- 1. Introduction and Overview
- 2. Current Governing Body Information
- 3. Governing Board Sub-Committees Information 2016-2017
- 4. Governors who positions expired or who left during 2016-2017
- 5. Governing Board Attendance Record
- Meet The Governors
What do governors do?
Key Roles and Responsibilities
The Sub Committees
There are full Governing Body meetings each term. Much of the work however is carried out in sub committees. More details about the Sub-Committees can be found in section 3 below.
|Governor Appointment Information||
Register of Interest
|Governor Full Name||Date of Appointment||Term of Office (years)||Appointing / Elective Body||Relevant Business / Pecuniary Interests||Other Educational Establishments Governed||Material Relationships (with staff or governors)|
|Elizabeth Aspin (Chair)||4||Foundation||–||Governor at St Damian’s RC Science College in Ashton-under-lyne||Related to Emily Aspin|
|Emily Aspin||4||Foundation||–||–||Related to Elizabeth Aspen|
|Kevin Toms||4||Foundation||–||Governor at St James RC Primary School in Hattersley||–|
|Judith Kelly (Vice Chair)||4||LA||–||–||–|
|Helen Hayes||4||Executive Headteacher||–||–||–|
|Rev Fr Simon Firth||4||–||Governor at St Damian’s RC Science College and St Christopher’s RC Primary School, both in Ashton-under-Lyne||–|
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Governor Appointment Information
Register of Interest
Governor Full Name
Date of Appointment
Date Ceased Office
Appointing / Elective Body
Relevant Business / Pecuniary Interests
Other Educational Establishments Governed
Material Relationships (with staff or governors)
|Governor Full Name||Meetings (Y if attended)
|Full Meeting||Finance||Finance||Full Meeting||Finance||Full Meeting|
|Rev Fr Simon Firth||Y||Y|
Meet The Governors
Elizabeth Aspin (Chair of Governors)
I have been a governor at Our Lady of Mount for 15 years, first as parent then as a foundation governor. My daughter, Emily, attended Our Lady’s so I know what an amazing school it is. I have worked for the local authority for the past 27 years and work with vulnerable people in the community. It is a pleasure to be able to serve Catholic education at Our Lady’s. Both children and staff are very welcoming.
I am an ex-pupil of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.
I have been a foundation Governor since January 2009 following my retirement from my headteacher post at St. Paul’s Catholic Primary School, Hyde. I was born and brought up in Hyde, attending St. Paul’s and later St. Peter and St. Paul’s, Dukinfield.I have always wanted to support my local Catholic primary schools so was happy to become a governor both here and at St. James, Hattersley. I also work closely with the Shrewsbury Diocese on inspections and appointments of headteachers and deputies.
I currently have three children attending Our Lady of Mount Carmel. They are all very happy and feel supported and encouraged to develop their own individual gifts and talents. Our Lady of Mount Carmel is a caring and welcoming school that strives to put Christ at the centre of everything it does. As a Governor, I welcome the opportunity to be part of the school community and to do my best to contribute to its continued development and success.
I have been part of Our Lady’s school community for 15 years, starting as a parent of two going through the school, a member of the PTA for 9 years (recently resigned) and as a governor. I am the LA Governor, vice chair and chair of finance. I have always found Our Lady’s to be an excellent Catholic school, with a warm welcome to everyone and a high standard of education and behaviour. I am proud to be part of the school family.
I am a Legal Executive, working within the family department of a Manchester Law firm. I have three children and I am a parent governor at Our Lady’s, where my two boys are in year 3 and Reception Class.
I have lived in Ashton for 14 years. I am married to John and we have two children. We are practising Catholics who have a long association with Our Lady’s. My son Jude attended Our Lady’s before transferring to St. Damian’s Science College and my daughter Scarlett is in Year 4. I am fully committed to the future development of the school and the development of all children regardless of background or ability. I am currently Senior Deputy at a large Catholic secondary school in Leigh, Wigan. I don’t really have any time for hobbies but I do like going to the cinema, reading, camping in Scotland and long country walks.