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Information about our Governors

There are currently 14 governors at Rolleston Primary School who are appointed through various routes.  There are parent governors, who are elected by the parents themselves, and co-opted governors who are people from our community that can bring skills to the Governing Body to contribute to the School.  Co-opted governors are appointed by the Governing Body itself.  You can find out more about our governors below.

 

 

Dwayne Toon

My name is Dwayne Toon - Head of Rolleston Primary.

I started teaching at Marriott Primary School on Saffron Lane in 1994. During my 19 years there I led behaviour teams, creativity teams and ICT teams as well as spending 5 years as a Deputy. I started as Head of Rolleston Primary School in January of 2014 and have enjoyed building up a great time of staff with fantastic children who are a joy to work with.

 

 

Karen Lambert

My name is Karen Lambert. I live on the Eyres Monsell estate and I am a stay at home Mum of 5 children. Over 10 years ago when my children were at Rolleston I became a parent governor. I am now Chair of governors and I have enjoyed seeing the school change over time. My time as a governor involves working with staff and my fellow governors to ensure that all parents/carers and children are happy with the school. I believe every child is entitled to the best education and at Rolleston we like to help your children become happy, confident, successful individuals.

 

 

Mark Durkin

My name is Mark Durkin, I'm also a Deputy headteacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) here at Rolleston and have been a Governor since 2014. I am committed to the improvement of our school and understand that its role in the community is essential. Our children are absolutely fantastic and deserve the best we can give them. By sitting on this governing body, I can help our children even more to become happy, confident and successful individuals!

 

 

Rebecca Hubert

My name is Rebecca Hubert and I am Foundation Stage Lead here at Rolleston. I have been a Staff Governor for over 8 years and in school I am also responsible for our School Council and community links. I started at Rolleston as a newly qualified teacher (NQT) 14 years ago and am passionate about ensuring our children achieve their potential.

 

 

Lesley Field

I have been a governor for almost 30 years. I became a Governor when my son attended Rolleston Infant School and more recently I am a Local Authority Governor. I enjoy the role because I feel strongly that opportunities in education are very important.

 

 

Daniel James

I used to be a teacher at Rolleston and love the school so much. I wanted to remain involved and have an input. I love the school and the children taught here so wanted to remain involved!

 

 

PC Duncan Tebbatt

| am the beat Police Officer for the Eyres Monsell estate. I have become a governor at Rolleston Primary School to connect my work with the police and the children and staff at the school.

 

 

Alan Hanley

I worked at Rolleston for almost 35 years. I became a Staff Governor many years ago and have enjoyed my time in the role seeing how the school has changed over the years. 

 

 

Sharleen Matheson

Reasons for being a Governor;

The joy of understanding children's progress and seeing teachers happy when their children are achieving.

Being able to provide assistance as Governor on the running of the school's activities like supporting on trips and class activities.  

 

 

Ashley Taylor

My name is Ashley Taylor, I am a Buyer for a Leicester based company.  When I'm not working or spending time with the family I enjoy sport, reading and watching crime dramas.  I have three sons who attend or have attended Rolleston and I became a governor four and a half years ago to give back for the support the school gives every day to all its pupils, their families and the community.

 

 

Roxanne Stevenson

My name is Roxanne Stevenson and I joined the governor team approximately two years ago. I work from home and am a mother to two children, a boy and a girl. My drive to become a parent governor was initially to support and understand the education of my two children who attend and have attended Rolleston, but the more experience I have gained the more I have become enthusiastic about the safeguarding and support of all children within the school. 

 

 

Carl Huggins

My name is Carl Huggins and along with my Wife Michelle, we are the Salvation Army Officers who run the church on Ladysmith Road, South Wigston. I enjoy being a governor because it helps me get to know the community I live in and understand the needs of the area. The main reason I became a governor at Rolleston Primary School is because I want every child to achieve and be the best that they can be. I believe that I have the skills to help the school develop a way forward which encourages the children to aim high.  

 

 

Rebecca Derbyshire

I was first involved with the school as a volunteer when my daughter started in F1, now in year 6! I work part time as a Recruitment Consultant and have just the 1 child. I was elected as parent governor in November 2012 and I feel privileged to be part of such a wonderful school with aspirational values and goals for both pupils and teachers. It is such a great place to visit and every time I do it's full of smiles and joyful children. 

 

 

Jo Preston

I became a governor at Rolleston when my children attended the school, I wanted to feel more involved with their learning and to support the school in giving every child a happy environment to progress in. I enjoyed the role so much that more than 8 years later I am now a co-opted governor. I am proud to be part of the school’s continued journey in providing opportunities to all children to achieve and reach their full potential.

 

 

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