Local Education Committee
You can contact the Chair of our Local Education Board, Sue Mayers, on: email@example.com
Our Local Education Committee can consist of the following members: 2x Parent, 1x Staff, 1x Head, 4-6x Co-opted. When we have vacancies we seek to recruit new members. Do ask if you would like to be considered.
At the current time we also have 3 x Associate Members.
This is what some of our members say about themselves and their roles:
Kirsty Davies: "I would highly recommend Westminster Community Primary school to anyone. They have helped my family in so many ways and I am proud to be a member of the Local Education Committee."
Lisa Denson: "Two of my children attended Westminster Community Primary and I myself attended this school in the days it was known as John street. I have been running a community group Westminster families for the last 8 years and I am the Local Councillor for the Westminster Ward. I became Mayor of Ellesmere Port in 2021. I feel really privileged to be part of this team and the amazing school community".
Emma Dunn: I have worked at Westminster Primary school since 2015 and it has been a privilege to work across the key stages during this time. It was a pleasure to take up the role of Deputy Head in 2018, the same time taking on the role of associate member on the Education Committee.
Sue Finch: "I have been Head Teacher here since 2006. It is a pleasure to work at Westminster Community Primary School and to be part of the excellent team. We work well together to provide a good education for the children and as well as working hard, we work with a sense of enjoyment and fun. There is much to celebrate within our school community and our website will give you a clear picture of our good work."
Lisa Hughes: I have worked at Westminster Community Primary School as the school Bursar since September 2016 and was appointed as an Associate Governor in July 2020. My background is mostly in and around finance/business administration. I currently manage the school finances including budgets, ordering and HR related procedures. In my previous role I worked as Business Support in a local Children’s Centre where I undertook a similar role, managing budgets for 3 Centres as well as daily admin and other tasks.
Sue Mayers: "I have taught in a variety of schools and completed my career in the largest Primary School in North Lincolnshire as Assistant/Deputy Head. This senior role meant that I was involved with all aspects of school life. During this time I was also very involved with the governing body. I have been a governor at Westminster Community Primary School for almost four years and am now in my second year as Chair. I relish any training that I may have access to so that I can be as an effective governor to the school as possible. I feel that my senior management skills and teaching experiences benefit the school. I am very proud to be involved with Westminster Community Primary School.
Jo Seaward: "I started teaching here in 2007, and I am the Maths Subject Leader. I have enjoyed working in Westminster over the years, taking part in all school activities and residentials. I have been a Teacher Governor for a number of years and I am very proud to be part of the School Team, who are devoted to the development and success of the school."
Kathleen Spain: "I have had four children attend this school over the years and now have a stepson attending in the Reception Class. I really enjoy my time in the school and love to hear the 'voice of the children' and to help be part of a team who is focused on helping the future of this school."
Anne Thompson: "I worked in various Admin roles during my working life, ending with (early!) retirement after nearly seven years at Sutton High School where I was PA to the Year Heads. It's very different working with Primary School age children! I am really enjoying reading with the children each Friday and seeing the continuous improvement. The thing which has made the biggest impression on me is how very polite all the students are - all the time! I am Vice Chair."
Laura Turner: "I have been a governor at this wonderful school since 2015 after previously leading a weekly after school club in school. I am also a qualified counsellor and work as a mental health lead for a local third sector company and have a passion to promote positive mental health in young people".
Each member of the Local Education Commitee has a link area within the school. The tables below give you information about each of our governors. All members can access Governor Hub and the following sites are also helpful for ensuring members can access training and check policy and guidance:
Department for Education Governance Handbook
|Name||Position||End of Tenure||Declaration of Interest|
|Lisa Denson||Parent||19-01-2024||Friend of a member of staff|
|Emma Dunn||Associate Member||17-10-2025||None|
|Lisa Hughes||Associate Member||08-07-2023||None|
|Susan Mayers||Chair/Co-opted||13-02-2026||Chair 21/09/2021 - 21/09/23||None|
|Kathleen Spain||Associate Member||18-12-2024||None|
|Anne Thompson||Vice Chair/Co-opted||09-07-2024||Landlord of a Governor|
|Lisa Chapman||Co-opted||Mar 22||resigned Nov 2021|
|Kenny Spain||Local Authority||27-03-2023||resigned Mar 2022|
|Kath Lloyd||Co-opted||08-06-2024||resigned May 2022|
|Les Poole||Co-opted||17-11-2025||resigned 11/01/2023|
|Phillipa Watton||Co-opted||23-02-2025||resigned 22/03/2023|