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St Stephen's RC Primary School

Together we can achieve our best

Governors

Date of Appointment Term of Office ends
Bernadette Mattison  Chair of Governors 09/01/13 08/01/17 Re-appointed 2017
Paul McGuiness  Vice Chair of Governors 1/09/15 31/08/19
Fr P Tierney  Foundation Governors 24/07/15 23/07/19
Helen Warrender  Foundation Governor 01/09/16 31/08/20

 Carmelo Pillitteri

 Foundation Governor

 24/07/15

23/07/19

Vancancy 

 

 Foundation Governor

 

Hannah Szoltesek

 Foundation Governor

24/07/15 23/07/19
Brendan Marley  Headteacher
Steph Healey  Deputy head
Laura Herbert  Staff Governor 15/09/16 14/09/20
Beatrice Smith  Parent Governor Elected Jan 2017
Kelly Compton  Parent Governor Elected Jan 2017
Governor Name

Conflicting Business or

Personal interest declared 25.11.15

Relationship to members of the school community Role in other educational establishments

Bernadette Mattison

None None None
Fr Tierney None None None
Paul McGuiness None Husband of TA Governor of St Damian's High School
Helen Warrender None None None
Hannah Szoltesek None None None
Brendan Marley None None Governor of St Patrick's RC Oldham
Carmelo Pilliteri none None none
Laura Herbert none None None
Steph Healey None None None


 WHAT ARE GOVERNORS?

Governors are like a Board of Directors and make decisions about how the School is run. They meet at least once a term in School.

GOVERNORS ARE APPOINTED TO HELP:

 

  • Decide what is taught.
  • Set standards of behaviour.
  • Interview and select staff.
  • Decide how the School Budget is spent.

School Governors have legal duties and responsibilities.
They can only act together, they cannot act individually.

SCHOOL GOVERNORS ARE:

  • Parents
  • Teachers or Support Staff at the School
  • Local Council Representatives
  • Diocesan Representatives (Foundation Governors)

 

Meet the Governors...

 

Bernadette Mattison - Foundation Governor

 

Elected Chair of Governors September 2016 - September 2018

 I am an active member of St Stephens Parish Church with several roles including being a member of the Social Committee and I am proud to be a Eucharistic Minister. I have two daughters' at St Damian’s RC Science College.

 I became Chair when Father Fallon retired and this has led me to take an even greater role within school life, serving on several committees and visiting school on a regular basis for meetings with Mr Marley and Mrs Butterworth.

 It is a pleasure to be part of St Stephen’s, all children and staff are very welcoming.

 

Paul McGuinness - Vice Chair

 I have been a parishioner for around 25 years and married with three children that attended St Stephen’s and my wife currently works at the school. I have been helping with the sacramental programme (1st Holy Communion) for the last five years and this is my first year as a foundation governor.

 I’m a community psychiatric nurse (CPN) in the centre of Manchester with Manchester Mental Health NHS trust and visit people in their homes who have enduring mental health problems as well as a union steward for the Royal College of Nursing (RCN)

 

Carmelo Pillitteri Foundation Governor

I am a parishioner that lives in Droylsden, married and have 2 children.
Both my children attended St Stephen's school and one of them has now left for secondary school.
I work at the the University of Manchester and am part of a large Estates team that look after all the universities buildings.
 

 The Governing Body has a number of Committes that meet every term. They include

 

Finance and Staffing

Chair - Mr McGuiness (F)

Mr Marley   (HT) 

Ms Greenstreet (School Business Manager)

Mrs Mattison (F)

Mr Pillitteri (PG)

Fr Tierney (F)

Meets half termly

 

Premises and Safety

Chair - TBC

Mr Marley (HT)

Mr Alcock - Site Manager

Mrs L Herbert (S)

Meets termly

 

Curriculum

Chair - TBC(F)

Mrs Mattison (F)

Fr Tierney (F)

Mrs L Herbert (S)

meets termly

Governing Body Attendance record

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