Our Governing body is made up of twelve local authority, co-opted and parent Governors. All governors are volunteers who want to make a positive contribution to children's education by ensuring the highest standards of teaching, learning and welfare are maintained throughout our school.
The values and vision for leading the school are shared between our Governing body, Headteacher and Senior Leadership team. The Full Governing Body meet termly; sub- committees focusing on different areas of school life, also meet each term. Within the structure certain governors have a specific focus on key areas such as safeguarding, pupil premium and health and safety. More information about how the Governing Body works and detailed information about each committee can be found in our Terms of Reference.
Information and pictures of each of our governors is below. By law we need to publish details of any business interests declared by governors together with their attendance at meetings over the last year and this is given here. We are required to report if a governor is also a governor at another school and if they have a relationship with school staff - should that be the case it is documented alongside their profile below.
West Sussex information about the role of School Governors can be found here.
If you would like any more information about our Governors or are interested in applying to become a governor at our school then please contact our Clerk to Governors, Mr Steve Amos on 01903 742047 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can request a copy of the minutes from past meetings at the school office.
Andy Parkin, Local Authority Governor.
Governors Responsibilities: Chair of Governors. Sits on Resources and Standards, Teaching and Learning Committees. Health and Safety Governor, Literacy Governor & Training Governor.
Why I became a governor: I was a Governor in East Sussex for 3 years before moving into the Storrington area. I really enjoyed the Governor role, and was anxious to continue as a School Governor near our new home. Knowing that Storrington Primary School was seeking new Governors I wanted to help the school continue its successful provision.
Family: Married with 3 sons and 8 grandchildren
Job: Now retired but previously worked in a variety of financial and administrative roles in Local Government for 35 years with last 10 years being an Assistant Director of Education with 2 London Education Authorities and also qualified accountant.
Hobbies: Family, Cycling , Walking , History, Family History, Visits to the Gym
Favourite Memory: Completing the South Downs Way 80 mile trail race with one of my sons (some years ago now!)
Camilla Missions, Parent Governor
Governor responsibilities: Vice Chair of Governing body, sits on Resources Committee. Safeguarding Governor.
Why I became a governor: With my first daughter attending the school, and my younger daughter hopefully joining in 2018, I wanted to help ensure the school is working towards providing the best care for all of our children
Job: Supply Chain Manager at Caterpillar Explosion Protection
Family: Married with two girls
Hobbies: Running, sewing and spending time with friends and family.
Ruth Stemp, Parent Governor
Governor Responsibilities: Chair of the Resources Committee. Maths Governor.
Why I became a governor: I wanted to do something useful for the community so when my daughter started at Storrington Primary School, it was the perfect opportunity to offer up some time and try to support the school.
Job: I run a Marine Technology business with my husband
Family: I am married and have two children at Storrington Primary School
Hobbies: I love spending time with friends and family, knitting and sharks!!
Jude Randall, Co-opted Governor
Governor Responsibilities: Chair of the Standards, Teaching and Learning Committee. Pupil Premium Governor, SEN Governor.
Why I became a governor: I have had a long association with Storrington Primary School. First as a parent and then as a teacher. Now that I am semi-retired I hope to continue to be involved in school life as a governor .
Family: I am married with a son and a daughter
Hobbies: I enjoy going to the theatre, gardening, cooking , reading , and supporting Brighton and Hove Albion
Rachel Sillett, Co-Opted Governor
Governor Responsibilities: Sits on Standards, Teaching and Learning Committee. Curriculum and Wellbeing Governor.
TBC, Co-Opted Governor
Governor Responsibilities: Sits on Resources Committee. Finance Governor.
Sean Case, Parent Governor
Governor Responsibilities: sits on Resources Committee
Why I became a governor: I have become a school governor for a number of reasons. Firstly I wished to do a form of voluntary work to support the local community. Secondly I wanted to use and share my knowledge and experiences of supporting and developing staff and services in my role in the NHS. Thirdly I have a passion for learning and development both in myself and others. I hope being a governor will enable me to utilise what I have learnt in NHS services and help me to continue my own personal development through gaining experience of the school educational system. Finally my two daughters attend the school and I wish to help maintain and develop the great educational atmosphere that exists already.
Job: I work as a physiotherapist both in the NHS and my own local private practice
Family: My partner Filipa and I have twin girls called Martha and Sophie as well as a 12yr old dog called Jake.
Hobbies: I love doing outdoor activities with my family especially camping and any kind of adventure. I love cycling and riding bikes and we we get the time also like kayaking.
Anita Wilson, Co-Opted Governor
Governor Responsibilities: Sits on Standards, Teaching and Learning Committee. EYFS Governor
Why I became a governor: I became a governor because I wanted to make a difference, and contribute by giving something back to the school.
Job: I have properties that I rent out which provides me with an income, I am pretty much retired.
Family: I have two grown up sons, and my grandson is a pupil at the school.
Hobbies: My hobbies are swimming, volunteering at the school, I swim with a number of classes, jewellery making, walking, & reading.
Christine Tuson, Co-Opted Governor.
Governor Responsibilities: Sits on Resources Committee.
Sophie Turner, Co-Opted Governor
Governor Responsibilities: Sits on Standards, Teaching and Learning Committee.
Marion Smith, Headteacher, Staff Governor
Torie Fryer, Staff Governor
Clerk to Governors: Steve Amos
The Headteachers and Chairs of Governors work together as part of the STARS Partnership Group - this document outlines the Mission Statement and Terms of Reference for the Group.