School Governance Committee Members
I was elected as parent governor in March 2015. I have two sons, one of whom attends the school and the other due to start in September 2015. I have several years experience working within the Civil Engineering industry where I am responsible for planning, health/safety and budgeting.
Mr Gary Miller
Acting Chair of Governors
I have been a Governor of this school since 2003 and I am currently a Trust Governor. I am the Training Link Governor and Chairman of the Resources and Personnel Committee. My two daughters attended this school and I am extremely proud of what the school did for them and what they have gone on to achieve.
Mr Anthony Dee
I was elected on to the governing body as a parent governor in October 2013. I am a professional civil engineer specialising in commercial contract management and leadership. Both my son and daughter attend school. My main emphasis as a governor is to ensure excellence in learning and the environment in which it is taught.
Mr Kevin Tyson
I was elected as a Parent Governor in December 2013. I am a Human Resources professional and have worked in many capacities for Local Government. I am qualified in Early Years (NNEB). My son attends the school, and I wish my younger son to also attend in the future.
Ms Tracey Carragher
I joined the governing body in 2014, by day I am a credit systems manager, using, interpreting and analysing data daily are skills that I am bringing to the school. I am the governor for both ICT and PE. My daughter attended Larks Hill prior to going to high school and my younger son currently attends the school.
Mr Steve Conroy
I am a retired teacher and live locally. Before retirement I worked for Wakefield Education Authority in the Special Educational Needs Support Service working in a variety of schools, supporting children, school staff and parents. I joined the governing body of Larks Hill Junior and Infant School in September 2015.
Please click here to find the Governors’ meeting attendance for the academic year 2015-2016.
All Governors are required to declare any conflicts of interest in accordance with the Pontefract Academies Trust conflicts and register of business interest policy, which can be found here.