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Su Robinson. Chair

Mrs Su RobinsonParent Governor ( By Parent Election)

Mrs Robinson 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 – 08/11/2014 → 07/11/2018


Position Held


Chair Governing Board

Maths Lead Governor

Computing Lead Governor


Committee Membership



Full Governing Board (Chair)

Annual Policy Meeting (Chair)

Finance/ Resources/ Premises/ Personnel Committee (Chair)

Ethos and Values Committee

Pay Committee (Chair)

Strategic Direction Committee

Head Teacher Performance Management (Chair)


Anything marked on Personal, Pecuniary or Business Interest?


Parent Volunteer for FoSL - Raising Funds for St Luke's


Who's in your family?

Myself, William (11), Ethan (8), a busy and travelling Husband (and a fish tank full of fish!)


Why did you decided to be a Governor?

I saw a gap and had the experience to offer to help.


Why at St Luke's CE?

My Oldest son was there


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

I Taught at Clifton Primary School for nearly 10 years and then I was a governor at Lark Hill Primary School for 4 years


What is the most rewarding thing about being a governor?

Seeing decision we make impact on the children we care so much about


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

Just how many rules and policies rule over the school and any decisions we make


What has been the most challenging thing you've being involved with?

Fighting for more space for the children


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

That every child has the opportunities and facilities given to them to help them achieve their best.


What do/did you do as a career?

Teacher, now home messer-upper and occasional tutor.


What do you do with your spare time?

Knit/sew/crochet, family history and baking (not all at once)


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

Primary school was great, we were given so much responsibility and challenge, Secondary school was incredibly hard – I felt like a square peg being forced into a round hole. (although I now credit so many of the things I went through for my determination and persistence now.)


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

Maths – I was very good at it I could finish early and then go read in the library!


Who was your favourite teacher (why?)

Mrs Davies. I had her in Year 2 and Year 6 she loved to challenge us and never assumed we understood things but taught us to question and challenge everything.


What's your favourite Colour? (Why?)

Purple – its described as a 'royal colour' and can be so clear and bright or soft and snuggly


What's your favourite film? (Why?)

Until about 5 years ago I would have said Mary Poppins no question, then my boy watched it every week for about 18 months and I became 'immune' to its charms but I've returned to it – its such a great family movie. The worst that can happen is the kite string will break or you'll fall through the pavement picture, or laugh so much you fly.



Important Documentation

Mrs Robinson 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].

Training Attended

Mrs Robinson attended 'The Role of the Governing Board in Safeguarding Course' held at school by the Local Authority on 6th November 2017.







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