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|The Governing Body September 2018 - Website version.pdf||Download|
Yvonne Turnbull (Chairperson)
Away from governing responsibilities, Yvonne works for Liverpool John Moores University as Head of Student Advice and Wellbeing and is also responsible for safeguarding at the University.
Abby McNee (Staff Governor)
I have a son who attends Greasby Junior School and is currently in Year 6. Having been an active member of in the Parents' Association for many years, I fully support the school at many events.
Wendy Clements (Vice Chairperson)
Parent Governor (Information to follow)
I have lived in Greasby for over 30yrs, work locally as an optometrist and am married to Sally. We have 3 children - our eldest attended Greasby Junior School 2010-14, our other children currently attend the school, hence my vested interest in the school both now and for the foreseeable future. Having sat on the local preschool committee for 6 years, I have some understanding of the many demands that education currently faces. I love being part of the Greasby community and am passionate about doing what I can to help in our children’s futures, so feel privileged to be involved as a local parent governor. In my spare time, I love cycling, spending time with my family and escaping into the great outdoors!
I have lived in Greasby for 6 years and I was keen to be involved in Greasby Junior School when my son started at the school; so I initially helped out on school trips, curriculum event days and volunteered for the children’s reading support scheme when my son was in year 4. I also joined the PA and took an interest in the running of the school.
Supporting my child on his educational journey is important to me and having the opportunity to assist in the governance school was a natural step, as I the whole ethos of the school signify a range of values that I believe matter to our young people.
I work for Wirral Safeguarding Children Board as their Education Officer, delivering safeguarding support services to schools and colleges across Wirral and I have worked for local government for over 13 years. I enjoy spending time with friends, camping and lots of family time, plus sharing my family’s love of travelling with our son. From personal experience I believe that the school does care about every child, and I am proud to be associated with its development.