Governors

Chairman:

Mr Stewart Lawrenson

I have been a Governor for over 20 years, holding various positions within the Governing Body.  I am married to Joyce and a self employed contractor.  Three of my children attended Wray Primary School.  I became a Governor because I am passionate about all children being given the best possible education and I am a big supporter of small village school.

Vice Chair:

Mrs Stephanie Evans

I have been a Governor at the school for 2 years.  I became a Governor because I wanted to get involved in the school as I had not had an opportunity to be a parent within the school.  As I am in teacher education, I was keen to contribute what I could to the school, and for my own practice to keep in touch with developments within Primary Schools.  I very much enjoy meeting and working with the children.  My particular interest is in the School Council, ICT, English and SEND.

Mrs Anne-Marie Carruthers

I became a Parent Governor in September 2015.  I was interested in becoming a Governor as mu daughter started at the school in September and I wanted to show my support from a parent’s perspective.  We have lived in Wray for just over four years and we enjoy taking part in the village community.  My particular interests are in SEN and literacy.

Mr James generic viagra mail order Gorst

I became a parent Governor five years ago.  This was to support the school as my daughter attended the school.  I am a Local farmer and have interest in maths, sport and the practical side of being a governor.

Dr Ian Parkinson

I am a consultant anaesthetist at Lancaster Royal Infirmary with an interest in medical education and I have been a parent governor at Wray school for several years. Having 3 children at the school, I am passionate that they receive the highest standards of education in a warm and supportive environment.

Mr Ian Sedgewick

Mr Chris Stevenson

I became a parent governor in January 2017. I was keen to undertake this role as I felt that the experience and skills I had gained from working in the education sector, in a variety of positions, might be of some benefit to the school. Currently I work for the University of Central Lancashire within the area of Corporate Development. I am keen to help support the school, in any way I can, in offering the highest quality educational experience to all of its pupils. Furthermore, I am passionate about actively participating in this villages’ vibrant and caring community. I am father to one child that currently attends the school.

Mr John Gordon

Mr Mark Routledge

Mrs Rachel Norton-Smith (Head Teacher)

Mrs Anne Phillips (Staff Governor)