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Sarah Addison - Headteacher

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.

Tom Chapman

Hi. I'm  Tom Chapman. 

I have lived in Tetney since 1973 and have previously been involved with Tetney Primary since 1985.

I have had 2 children educated at Tetney and both are now involved in education. I am passionate  about  our school and strive for the best outcomes in all areas.

David Holden

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. 

Amy Miskelly

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.

Graham Riddle

I am married with two children, both of whom are pupils at Tetney Primary in years 1 and 3. 

I am a science teacher at a local secondary school - Oasis Academy Wintringham.

My area of responsibility as a governor is Curriculum and Data.

Karen Rutherford

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.

Arran Smith

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.

Sean Westaway

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.

Samantha Winn - Staff Governor

I am currently the class teacher for Elm class and curriculum lead for Maths.

I have been at Tetney Primary School since I was an NQT and have always taught in KS2 during that time.  

Co-Opted Governor

We currently have a vacancy for a Co-Opted Governor.

If you feel you have relevant skills and are interested in joining the Governing Body, or would simply like to find our more about governance, please do contact the school on 01472 812074 or email the Chair of Governors - tarniaroberts@btinternet.com

We will be more than happy to show you around our school and discuss this further with you.