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Holly Leese

Miss Holly Leese – Parent Governors ( By Parent Election)

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Miss Leese signed the Agreed St Luke's Governors Code of Conduct on 16th October 2017, at the first Full Governors Meeting of the Academic Year.

 

Term of Office

3 years – 09/12/2014 → 08/12/2018

 

Position Held

 

Physical Educational Lead

Committee Membership

 

 

Full Governing Board

Annual Policy Meeting

Finance/ Resources/ Premises/ Personnel Committee

 

Anything marked on Personal, Pecuniary or Business Interest?

 

No

 

Who's in your family?

Myself, partner, two children (6 and 3) 2 cats and lots of fish.

 

Why did you decided to be a Governor?

So I could be involved in decision making at my childs school and hope to improve them if and where necessary.

 

Why at St Luke's CE?

My child attends the school

 

Have you been or are you a governor anywhere else? (Do you have links with any other schools?)

No

 

What is the most rewarding thing about being a governor?

Having the opportunity to contribute towards improving the schools performance in order to benefit the children.

 

What have you learnt from being a governor you didn't know before?

The large number of decisions in running a school that require governors involvement.

 

What's the most important thing about education/school to you?

Giving children new experiences and opportunities they may not get outside of school through school trips, sporting activities, school clubs etc.

 

What do/did you do as a career?

Project Manager for a North West Housing Association.I project manage housing developments from design through to planning and to completion

 

What do you do with your spare time?

Sport – Netball and Running and anything that challenges me. Travelling though not as much now the kids are around!

 

What was your time at School like? What did you most enjoy/find hard?

I loved my time at both primary and secondary school due to great teachers friends and opportunities to take part in sport, social clubs etc. Maths was the subject I found most difficult

 

What subject did you enjoy most at Primary school? (Why?)

I loved PE especially cross country and Art Class.

 

Who was your favourite teacher (why?)

Mrs Partington, She was very strict and sometimes quite scary however she made her classes interesting and I learnt so much whilst in her class.

 

What's your favourite Colour? (Why?)

Green because it's vibrant and fresh and a relaxing colour.

 

Important Documentation

Miss Leese confirmed that she has read the Department for Education "Keeping children Safe in Education - Part 1:Information for all school and college staff" (September 2016), and that she will use this information to guide her in her actions on behalf of the children of our school [October 2017].

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