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Governor Information and Duties (Updated: 8 March 2021)
My name is Rosemarie Tyler and I have lived in Hessle for over 20 years with my husband. I retired from local government work four years ago. My first job after leaving school was in a bank and I returned to banking after my two children started school. In 1993 I moved to local government, I worked in a number of departments and became a specialist in social security law and financial inclusion. My final post was as the manager of the council run drop in general advice service. Since retirement I have built up my links with the community and am honoured to be able to work to help support this fantastic school, the children, staff and parents.
Carol could be said to have the NHS in her veins! For over 28 years from leaving university I have worked in NHS procurement, one of the many vital back-office functions the NHS needs. For over 25 of those years I have been here in Hull based at Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital. A strong Christian faith has been important to me for many years.
Alongside this I, and importantly others, felt God was to call me first to Reader ministry and later to ordination and I was ordained in 2009, while continuing in full-time NHS employment. Following the completion of my curacy I became a self-supporting Associate Minister at All Saints’ Church in Hessle in 2013, again still in full-time NHS employment. Shortly afterwards I had an opportunity to join the hospital chaplaincy team at Hull initially as a volunteer then after due process as a full-time chaplain, when I left my procurement job for pastures new, albeit still in the hospitals. Part of my chaplaincy work has included completing an MA in Health and Social Care Chaplaincy.
I have always greatly valued the opportunities education has given me throughout my life from school days to further education, an honours degree and then professional qualifications for procurement, to be followed by theological and ministry training, which continues to be on-going for continuing development. I was excited to find one Federation, of two schools, when I arrived at All Saints’ church.
I have always seen it to be a real privilege to be alongside patients, staff, families and carers of all faith and none in the ups and downs, and twists and turns of life, and hospital life in particular, with all the hopes and dreams, fears, anxieties and goals and so on such journeys bring for everyone. I hope to build on this within the Federation family.
When not contributing to the life of the hospitals or parish, including work as a Governor, I value time with family and friends, and enjoy meeting and eating with them, the outdoors in gentle ways, playing bowls when able, cycling locally, and also making cards to sell good causes, finding meditation, relaxation, prayer and mindfulness in their making.
I live in Hessle with my husband and daughter. I work for East Riding Yorkshire Council as an Improvement Adviser and before this was an Executive Principal in an academy in Hull. I have been a governor in two other schools including a church school. I joined the Governing Body as a Trust Approved Governor in December 2019. I know the leaders and staff well and the journey that the Federation has been on through working as the schools’ Improvement Partner when the schools were LA maintained. I am hoping that my wide range of experience in education and school improvement will help to support the leadership team and build on all the improvements already been made so that the children receive the very best education.
Hi, I’m Rebecca, many of you know me better as Mrs James. I enjoy walking, drawing and spending time with my friends and family.
I have worked full time at All Saints’ across the Federation over the past 6 years. Previously, I completed my final year placement at the Infant school.
During my time here, I have worked as a class teacher, Phase Leader and currently Special Educational Needs Coordinator.
I joined the Governing Body in June 2019 and this role allows me to have further insight to support my passions for a holistic approach. I strive for All Saints’ Federation to be the best place it can be for the children, parents and staff alike.
Hi my name is Claire Harrison, I work full time and I’m wife and a mum to 2 children that attend All Saints. I was initially interested in becoming a parent Governor as I wanted to have a clear understanding of the schools’ practices & ethos and, since undertaking the role, I have been nothing but impressed by the commitment of the governing body, especially during these unprecedented times
|Governor Name|| |
Type of Governor (e.g Staff/Trust Appointed/Parent)
Date of Term of Office
Declaration of Interest (Yes/No)
Designated Governor Role
|Mrs Rosemarie Tyler (Chair)||Trust Appointed||11/12/19||10/12/23||No||SEND|
|Revd. Carol Tetley||Foundation||18/09/19||17/09/23||No|
|Revd. Gemma Turner||Foundation||25/03/20||24/03/24||No|
|Mrs Rebecca Lewis||Trust Appointed||11/12/19||10/12/23||No||Child Protection & Safeguarding|
|Mrs Claire Harrison||Parent||15/07/20||14/07/24||No|
|Mrs Rebecca James||Staff||18/09/19||17/09/23||No||Health & Safety|
|Miss Laura Jackson||Headteacher||18/09/19||–||No|