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Shottery St Andrew's CE Primary School

Care, Inspire, Achieve.

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Shottery St Andrew's CE Primary School

Care, Inspire, Achieve.



Governors Welcome to our Governors’ section.


Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor.

Larry Granelly

Chair of Governors and Co-Opted Governor


Dr Bill Bigge

Vice - Chair / Parent Governor

and Chair of Performance and Standards


Rev'd Craig Groocock

Foundation Governor


Mrs Ann Millington

Foundation Governor


Mr Chris Gibbons

Co-Opted Governor


Mrs Emma Gibbons

Co-Opted Governor


Mr Barry Saunders

Co-Opted Governor


Mrs Sarah Marshall

Head Teacher


Miss Helen Howlett

Staff Governor



School Vision


At Shottery St Andrew’s School we work as a close team of Governors and staff, parents and children, to achieve our aims. Governors support the school as much as is possible to continue to improve outcomes for all. We aim to improve the effectiveness of leadership and management of the school, for which we are responsible.


We continue to support the Head Teacher and staff in helping the children to develop positive attitudes and values for themselves and help to make sure our children are safe, healthy, confident and happy. We support and value our church connections, with shared values and also British values of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs. We include the fruits of the Spirit , as outlined in Galatians 5v22-23:


Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self control.

We believe these factors will enable our children to be successful learners who want to make a positive contribution to the wider community, and so develop life- long skills that will enable them to have the best possible futures.


“We care for and inspire; we care about and achieve”.


Register of Governors’ Interests:


Governors are required to declare interests and relationships which could be considered to affect their role.


They undertake to exclude themselves from the decision-making process relating to these areas, to fulfil the school’s obligation to ensure that its actions are open and accountable and will stand up to scrutiny.