Governors' Calendar of Meetings 2019/2020

Meet the Governors


Mrs Sharron Goode

Diocesan Governor appointed 1/9/2016.   Chair of the Governing Body, Teaching & Standards Committee, Ethos Committee

Teacher at Lucton School

No other Pecuniary Interests


Mr Steve Jaques

Foundation Governor

Resources Committee

No pecuniary interests.


I have lived near Pembridge all of my life and have been a Governor of the school since November 2014.

My children both currently attend Pembridge CofE Primary School.

Pembridge CofE School is a very special place, the children are always very enthusiastic, keen to learn and take on new challenges.


Mrs Anita Lloyd

Parent Governor

Resources Committee

No pecuniary interests.


I am a parent of one child at Pembridge school and wanted to get to know the school better and become more involved.  I work in the legal sector and so am used to dealing with paperwork, asking lots of questions and managing different views and expectations.  I have not been directly involved in education or the public sector before and hope that I can bring some different perspectives to the governing body. 

 What you look forward to when you visit as a governor? - Seeing the enthusiasm of all the staff and pupils

 What makes Pembridge school special? - A great ethos, family values and a friendly atmosphere in a fantastic rural setting


 Mr Iain Murdoch

Foundation Governor  1/9/2016

No pecuniary Interests


 Mrs Sarah Norman

Foundation Governor  1/9/2016

Teaching and Standards Committee

Ethos Committee

No pecuniary interests


I sit on Teaching & Standards and the Ethos Committee. As a Foundation Governor I am able to offer links between the School and the Church and find that being a ‘critical friend’ is very rewarding;  knowing that the Governing body has the best interests of the children at its heart. Pembridge is a very special school, from the moment you enter the beautiful grounds to the heart of the school you have a feeling of ‘togetherness’. Children are always polite and friendly and the staff and teachers very approachable. It is place that children grow and are enriched by the Christian values which are seen throughout the school. I look forward to my Governors visits and enjoy seeing teaching in progress and the interaction between the children and the Teachers. It gives an opportunity to be ‘the fly on the wall’ and gives an insight into the everyday working of our wonderful school.


Mr William Kleiser

Parent Governor 1/9/2016

No pecuniary interests.


Mr Tony Arber

Co-opted Governor 1/6/2017

No pecuniary interests.


I am delighted to be a governor of this vibrant and thriving school. My background was as a senior civil servant working in central Government, with particular experience in programme and project management, finance, governance and policy making. I hope that at least some of the skills that I developed, during a career that spanned nearly four decades, will help shape the future direction of the school to ensure that it continues to be exceptional in all respects.


Mrs Val Crossley-Jones

Co-opted Governor 1/9/2017

No pecuniary interests.


Mr Steve Ingham

Co-opted Governor  1/6/2018

No pecuniary interests.


Staff Governor

Staff from school will take it in turns to attend Governors meetings to present items on the agenda.


Rev'd Anna Branston

'Ex Officio'  Foundation Governor

Ethos Committee

No pecuniary interests.



Governors sit on three committees: Resources, Teaching and Standards and Ethos. Please ask in school if you would like further information about what these committees do.