Tarnia Roberts - Chair of Governors
I have lived in Tetney for over 17 years and I believe passionately in giving something back to the community in which you live and school governance is one of the fundamental ways in which one can do so.
I am married with two daughters, the youngest of which is currently enjoying her learning in year 5.
After a break from governance, I have recently re-joined the governing body and I look forward to ensuring the school delivers the very best possible outcomes for our students in an engaging manner.
Dominika Fenner - Vice Chair
I'm a parent governor with a track record of supporting school improvement across schools and academies through providing quality HR advice and support. I'm a proud mum of three boys who make me see the word differently every day. I'm passionate about making a positive difference to people in general, interior design and running.
I have lived in Tetney on the family farm all of my life and attended Tetney Primary myself as a child. I completed my education at Nottingham University, before returning back to the village to work on the farm.
I have four children, the eldest of which is in year 7 at Humberston Academy and the other three are all still pupils at Tetney Primary School.
I have lived in Tetney for most of my life. All four of my children attended Tetney Pre-School Playgroup and Tetney Primary School, my youngest left in the summer of 2016.
Although I was not a governor when my children were at school I was, and still am an active member of the PTA (Friends Of Tetney Primary School - FOTPS) getting involved with fund raising and activities in school. I work in a Primary School in North East Lincolnshire. Although my children have now moved on from Tetney Primary School, I still care deeply about the school and feel it now my time to give something back to the school.
I have lived in Tetney all my life. I attended Tetney Primary School. Both my children attended Tetney Pre-School Playgroup and Tetney Primary School. Although I was not a governor when my children were at school I was an active member of the PTA, getting involved with fund raising and activities in school. I am passionate about Tetney as a village and enjoy being around and working with children.
Now my children are older I feel I have the time to give something back to the school.
I have lived in Tetney for the past 17 years. During this time I have worked for both the upstream and downstream sector of the oil and gas industry. Initially, after I graduated from Sheffield University, at Conoco Phillips as a mechnical engineer and more recently as Asset Integrity Manager for Centrica.
Both of my children attended Tetney Primary School and as a family we have supported lots of the school's activities.
Designated as a National Leader of Governance and trained to carry out External Reviews of Governance (ERG). I am also the alliance governor representative on the Kyra Teaching School Alliance Steering Committee and a Community MAT Champion for the National Governors Association. After 23 years in the Royal Air Force, I am now an Aircraft Airworthiness team leader for a large international engineering consultancy company.
I am married with two daughters the eldest of which has just started at
Tetney Primary School and have lived in the village for the past 12 years.
I am a Chartered Certified Accountant, having qualified in 2002 whilst
working full time. I feel I would like to give something back to the local