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Westmoor Primary School

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        Westmoor Primary School Governing Body

  • Governors are a voluntary body of people who guide and support the strategic direction of the school.  They are members of the school team and their contribution to the running of the school is highly valued.
  • The instrument of government states that the governing body shall consist of:
  • 2 parent governors 
  • 1 local authority governor
  • 1 staff governor
  • 1 headteacher
  • 2 co-opted governors

      The role of the governing body is a strategic one, its key functions are to:

  • Set the aims and objectives for the school
  • Set the policies for achieving those aims and objectives
  • Set the targets for Mrs Lonnergan achieving those aims and objectives
  • Monitor and evaluate the progress the school is making towards the achievement of its aims and objectives
  • Be a source of challenge and support to the headteacher ( a critical friend)


     Financial Information

      Please note that we do not have any employees with a gross annual salary of more than £100,000

      Please click here here to view our school's financial data. 



      All our Governors are members of the Standards & Effectiveness and Resources committees. 


   Areas of Responsibility

    Governors have specific areas of responsibility as follows:

    Special Educational Needs - Mrs L Sands & Mr R Sands

    Governor Training Contact - Mrs P Jones 

    Looked after Children - Mrs R Ismail

    Child Protection - Mrs R Ismail

    Safeguarding - Mrs R Ismail

    Early Years Foundation - Mrs L Cooper

    Wellbeing - Miss E Reynolds-Browne & Mr R Richardson

    Equality - Mr M Izaaz

    Pupil/Sports Premium link - Mr M Izaaz

    Attendance - Mrs P Jones 

    Website Compliance - Mr S Readhead

Governing Board Diversity Data


The governors of Westmoor Primary School believe it is important that boards reflect the diversity of the school communities they serve. Diverse boards promote inclusive school environments and provide diverse role models for staff and young people.


The governors are currently collecting data on the diversity of the board, including data on age, gender and ethnicity. They will use that data to inform their recruitment and training needs and ensure there is always a diverse range of perspectives around the table to support robust decision making.


Due to our relatively small governing board, we will not publish this diversity data online as individual governors could be identified and we have a legal obligation to protect their personal data.


Register of Business Interests 2023-2024

Approved Minutes of Governing Body Meetings 2021-2022