Meet our Governing Body

Mrs Ann Gray

Chair of Governors (Co-opted)

ann.gray@broomhill.northumberland.gov.uk

Strategic and Resource Management Committee
Quality of Education: Teaching and Learning Committee
Link Governor for Personal Development
Special Educational Needs
Headteacher Performance Management
Main Governor Attendance Lead

Mr Jonathan Smith

Headteacher

Strategic and Resource Management Committee
Quality of Education: Teaching and Learning Committee

Mrs Emma Wallace-Lillie

Parent Governor

Quality of Education: Teaching and Learning Committee
Link Governor for Culture and Expression
Early Years
PE and Sports Premium

Mrs Ami Hall

Co-opted Governor

Quality of Education: Teaching and Learning Committee
Link Governor for STEM
Attendance co-lead
Safeguarding co-lead

 
 
Contact details of governors can be obtained from the school office.
Mr Simon Johnston

Vice-Chair (Co-opted)

simon.johnston@broomhill.northumberland.gov.uk

Strategic and Resource Management Committee
Health and Safety
Headteacher Performance Management

Mrs Elaine Haves

Staff Governor

Quality of Education: Teaching and Learning Committee

Miss Elizabeth Pink

Co-opted Governor

Quality of Education: Teaching and Learning Committee
Safeguarding co-lead
Pupil Premium
Link Governor for English and the Social and Natural Sciences

Ms Tipi Rixom

Parent Governor

Strategic and Resource Management Committee
Finance and Recruitment
Personal Development

Meet...
 
Mrs. Ann Gray (Chair of Governors)
 
I first became involved with Broomhill First School as a parent when my son and then daughter joined nursery over thirty years ago. I enjoyed supporting the school in whatever way I could, being a parent helper or helping out at fundraising activities. I was asked to become a governor a few years later. Before retiring I worked in two local schools as a Teaching Assistant in the classroom and then as an Emotional Literacy Support Assistant. These roles fuelled my interest in Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and the overall benefits of a nurturing ethos in which to enrich the social and emotional wellbeing and educational provision of all children, in an environment where they feel safe, able to learn and thrive as they develop as individuals. I firmly believe that children are our future and, as such, deserve the best ‘school experience’ that we are able to provide.
 
Mrs. Elizabeth Pink
 
I have always been interested in children and education. When I was 19, I spent a year in South Africa working in a Primary School. This inspired me to train as a teacher and I have spent the last 15 years teaching children from Reception to Year 6. 
 
I chose Broomhill First School for my son as I was impressed by the school's nurturing environment. Through my role as co-opted governor, I aim to support the school and staff in prioritising a world class curriculum and school experience for all pupils.