Roos C of E Primary School

Main Street, Roos, East Yorkshire HU12 0HB

01964 670535


Our Governors 

Governors Committee Meetings are held termly when all governors spend a day in school to study a specific aspect of governance.


Chair of Governors and Local Authority Governor

Mr H Gregg - appointed 24/10/2017

Delegated Roles:

Finance, Health and Safety, Pupil Premium, Child Protection, Safeguarding, Educational Visits

Term of office end date: 05/05/2021


Vice Chair of Governors

Ms Jane Lodge - appointed 08/02/2018

Delegated Roles:

Assessment and Data, Finance, Science

Term of office end date: 07/02/2022

Parent Governors 

Mr Ryan Brewster - appointed 

Delegated Roles:


Term of office end date: 


Co-opted Governors

Mr Alan Lavender - appointed 01/02/2015

Delegated Roles:

Finance, Mathematics, Sports Premium, Careers

Term of office end date: 31/01/2023


Mrs Liza Buttle - appointed 01/02/2015 

Delegated Roles:

Early years Foundation Stage, SEND & Disadvantaged Children, Health and Safety

Term of office end date: 31/01/2023


Mrs Glenda Graham 

Delegated Roles:

SEND & Disadvantaged Children

Term of office end date: 07/03/2023


 Mrs Dawn Megson - appointed 24/10/2017

Delegated Roles:

Training Link

Term of office end date: 27/06/2021


Foundation Governor

Mr Brian Rannard - appointed 24/10/2017

Delegated Roles:

S.I.A.S (Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools), English

 Term of office end date: 30/10/2021


Staff Governor

Mrs Aimee Christian - appointed 09/02/2016

Term of office end date: 08/02/2020


Headteacher Governor

Mrs Marlene Miller - appointed 01/09/2010

What do school governors do?

  • promote high standards of educational attainment
  • are involved in setting targets for pupil achievement
  • together with the school staff, take general responsibility for the conduct of the school
  • are involved in the management of the school's budget, including deciding how many staff work there, and their pay.
  • are involved in making sure the curriculum is balanced and broadly based in particular that the National Curriculum and religious education are taught, and report on pupils' achievement in National Curriculum assessment and examination results.
  • participate in the appointment of senior staff (including appointing the headteacher) and help regulate staff conduct and discipline.
  • are involved in drawing up an action plan after an inspection by the Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted).

How do I apply to become a school governor?

  • being elected by parents as a parent governor, if your child attends the school
  • being elected by the teaching or non-teaching staff, if you are a member of the teaching or non-teaching staff
  • being appointed by the local education authority
  • being appointed by the church or charitable trust
  • or being co-opted (appointed) by the other governors.

Our school will organise elections and tell parents/carers and staff about them as and when vacancies arise.


Register of interests

  • No registered interests.