Mrs Patricia Wilson – Foundation Governor – (PCC Appointment)
Term of Office
3 years – 20/03/2014 → 19/03/2018
Humanities Foundation Subject Lead
Full Governing Board
Annual Policy Meeting
Finance/ Resources/ Premises/ Personnel Committee
Anything marked on Personal, Pecuniary or Business Interest?
Director of The 'Emmanuel Centre Management Company' A local Religious Organisation – from 2010
My Husband, Two Married sons, granddaughter and grandson
Why did you decided to be a Governor?
To be part of and help make a difference to children's education
Why at St Luke's CE?
I belong to Emmanuel L.E.P. Church and have joint methodist and C.of.E membership. Emmanuel is the district church of St Luke's Parish Church
Have you been or are you a governor anywhere else? (Do you have links with any other schools?)
Yes – Christ Church Primary in Eccles
What is the most rewarding thing about being a governor?
Seeing the progress of the school and pupils and experiencing the schools ethos.
What have you learnt from being a governor you didn't know before?
That my input is valued
What has been the most challenging thing you've being involved with?
Looking into the essential qualities, qualifications and evidence required for the various teacher grades.
What's the most important thing about education/school to you?
That the pupils and staff are happy and comfortable in the school and are suitably challenged.
What do/did you do as a career?
Lecturer/ Practitioner in Podiatry at Salford University
What do you do with your spare time?
Church and Community volunteer
What was your time at School like? What did you most enjoy/find hard?
Totally happy and suitably challenged. Enjoyed the sciences, challenged by Domestic science and P.E.
What subject did you enjoy most at Primary school? (Why?)
English, Loved reading and writing essays
Who was your favourite teacher (why?)
They taught me in my final year at Primary school
What's your favourite Colour? (Why?)
Green – Its a restful colour.
What's your favourite film? (Why?)
The story of Gladys Aylwood. Because one small lady made a huge difference to many children in China