Father Maloney

Father Maloney has been a school Chair of Governors for eight years. He joined the
governing body as a way of helping with the governance of the school which is a
large part of the parish community.

Mr P Burke

Mr Burke has been a governor at All Saints for over ten years, having originally been
a parent governor. Mr Burke is a solicitor and as such is able to offer advice on a
number of issues.

Mr J Barnes

I am a governor by virtue of my position as the school’s headteacher. It is my job to provide as much information as necessary to the governing body concerning the standards of education at the school, the safety and welfare of children, school finances, the curriculum and lots, lots more.

Mr A Butler

Mr Butler has been a school governor for around seven years. He initially became a
governor as a parent, but also wanted to give something back to the school. He has
a background of voluntary youth work and has extensive building knowledge.

Mrs S Bentley

Mrs Bentley became a parent governor out of a keen interest in understanding how
her children’s school is run. She is also interested from the point of view of her own
occupation as a Teaching Assistant at Our Lady & St Swithins.

Mrs N Cotter

Mrs Cotter has been a Governor for 7 years. She was initially a staff governor and then became a Foundation Governor. Mrs Cotter currently acts as the Safeguarding link governor, additionally, she chairs the Staffing and Curriculum committees.

Mrs E White

Mrs J Dunn

Miss Ryan has been a governor at All Saints for six months. She has a Masters in
Education Leadership from the University of Toronto and is passionate about the
well-being, success and future of children in the All Saints Community. Miss Ryan
has always been interested in the governance and leadership of schools.

Mrs L Cliff