Who's Who?

The Governing Body

 

In addition to the teaching team and the Senior Leadership Team, the Governing Body is entirely dedicated to ensuring that Grampian remains an outstanding school, offering outstanding experiences and facilities.  Together, we are truly committed to our mission to ‘We Unlock Positive Futures’. We have big dreams for our school and are very fortunate to have a team that wants to make things happen for our children.

If you would like to contact our Governing Body please use the following address:

Larissa Lee-Favier

C/o Grampian Primary Academy 

Grampian Way

Sinfin

Derby

DE24 9LU

Chair of Governors: Larissa Lee-Favier

 

Vice Chair : Rebecca Hudson

 

My name is Rebecca Hudson. I have recently joined the Governing Body of the school as a parent governor. I am a mother of two boys. My eldest son is in Class 1 and my younger son is excited about soon starting at the school nursery. I have been both a teacher and teaching assistant in the past and my husband currently teaches at a local Derby City school. Therefore, I have a good understanding of how schools work and a keen interest in education. I help with a variety of activities in the community (most of which are linked to Stenson Fields Christian Fellowship), which involve me working with children of all ages, preschool to teenagers. I am excited about supporting the school as it seeks to enable all pupils to achieve the best they can.

 

 

Laura Hanser

 

I have responsibility for teaching and learning across the school. She works closely with the subject specialists in the team to ensure we have a rich and varied curriculum that overcomes barriers and accelerates progress. In Mrs. Murfin’s absence, Mrs. Hanser takes responsibility for the school.  Mrs. Hanser doesn’t have a class this year but will cover other teachers from time to time.

Melanie Murfin 

My role is to lead all aspects of the school ensuring all aspects of our work are effective and focused on improvement. I work closely with the senior staff to ensure the best possible experiences and outcomes for all the children at Grampian.  I am the designated safeguarding lead in the school.  This year is my tenth year at Grampian. I feel very privileged to work with the staff, pupils and parents at our school.

 

 

Dr Frances Maratos

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kym Reeves

My name is Kym Reeves. I have 4 children - my twins were at Grampian, and are now in year 8, and my daughter is in year 2. I am currently on a career break after working in the Early Years Foundation Stage for many years. I have personal & professional experience with additional needs and how they can affect a family on a daily basis. I am passionate about effective learning for children and how to connect with each child as an individual. I look forward to working with the Governing Body and meeting parents from throughout the school community.

 

                                SoD - Scheme of Delegation.pdf

All CST Local Governors serve for a term of four years. They can be re-elected for a further four years to serve a maximum of eight years. Meeting attendance is shown for the last full academic year.

Grampian Primary School

Name

Position

Appointed by

Start date

Interests declared

Attendance

Melanie Murfin

Staff Governor

Ex Officio

01/01/2013

Member to NAHT

       4 of 4

Laura Hanser

Staff Governor

CST approved

01/11/2015

Member of NASUWT

       4 of 4

Kym Reeves

Governor

CST approved

11/04/2016

None

       2 of 4

Dr Frances Maratos

Governor

CST approved

01/09/2018

None

       3 of 4

Rebecca Hudson

Chair of Governor

CST approved

11/04/2016

None

       4 of 4

Larissa Lee-Favier

Governor

CST approved

01/09/2018

None

       4 of 4 

 

 

Members who have served in this academic year and stepped down

Name

Position

Appointed by

Stepped down

Interests declared

Attendance

Daniel Ashfield

Governor

             CST approved   

                    01/05/2019

 

1 of 4

Antony Taylor

Governor

CST approved

 01/07/2019

None

2 of 4