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Christine Nurse

I have been a Governor at Dovecot school for about 17 years and have been the Chair of Governors for 8 years. During this time, I have seen many changes, in particular, from the old leaky building, to our bright, modern welcoming building.

I have particular responsibility for Child Protection and I am on the Curriculum and Resources Committees. I attend meetings regularly and enjoy visiting the school where I always find a warm welcome, happy children, dedicated staff and a lovely, safe environment.

I am very proud of Dovecot School, its children and the staff and Governors, who work together to promote the highest standards of education. I feel very honoured and privileged to be part of the team at Dovecot School, and hope that in some small way, we are helping our children towards a brighter and better future through a good education.

 

Kathryn Honey

I have worked at Dovecot since September 2017 and am thoroughly enjoying being a part of the whole school community. I am privileged to work with a fantastic group of staff and Governors who give their all to ensure Dovecot is the best it can possibly be and a place where the children feel happy, safe and secure.

I have always wanted to work in education right from an early age, lining my teddies up on the stairs and taking the register! I was one of the rare few who knew where I was going and what I wanted to be when I grew up. I trained at the University of Hertfordshire and completed a four year Bachelor of Education Honours degree. St Helens was where I began my teaching career in 1992, and have also worked in Halton Local Authority.

I am also Head teacher at Blueberry Park Primary School and am fully committed to establishing a strong partnership between our two schools to ensure that we constantly improve and reach the high expectations we have.

 

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Ged Taylor

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I have been a Governor at Dovecot school for just over 5 years. I represent the Local Education Authority on the governing body and I am a Councillor on Liverpool City Council representing the Knotty Ash ward in which Dovecot school is located, so I know the local area very well. I chair the Resources Committee which has responsibility for the school’s finances, staffing and the school buildings.

 

I have two daughters and work in the health and social care sector which I have done all my working life. It’s always a pleasure to visit the school and see first-hand the hard work of the children and staff and I enjoy seeing the work that the children display around the school building. I work alongside the other governors to support the head teacher and staff to ensure that we provide the children who attend Dovecot with the best possible start in life.

Louise Everitt

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I have been a Governor at Dovecot Primary School for 3 years. I have current and extensive experience in education as I have been a teacher for over 30 years and a headteacher for 9 years working with children aged 4 -11. I have safeguarding and safer recruitment training and I am also responsible for Safeguarding in my current post. I sit on the Curriculum & Standards Committee and I am passionate about providing the best opportunities possible for all pupils and ensuring they reach their full potential. I support and challenge the work of the school so that it can continue the good practice taking place. I enjoy working with such a committed team of staff and Governors at Dovecot Primary School and helping to direct the work of the school. 

Colette Giblin

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I became a Governor for Dovecot Primary School in February 2016 and I really enjoy visiting the school and meeting with children, parents and teachers and sharing in their many achievements.

I work full time for one of the local universities in teacher training, and before this taught I.T. in secondary school. I have three grown up sons and hope to use my experiences as a mother and as a teacher to improve outcomes for all children. It is a privilege to be part of this positive, warm and friendly community at Dovecot Primary.

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