Our governors represent the parents, staff and the local community here at Eldwick Primary School. They play a vital role in promoting high standards of educational achievement whilst being a ‘critical friend’.

As school governors they make decisions to ensure Eldwick continues to develop happy, successful learners in an ever-changing world.

They are accountable for:

Use of public funds

The quality of education provided

The wider contribution to the community

The Governing Body at Eldwick is made up of:

Members from the local community


Local Authority representatives


Meet some of our team and listen to what they have to say!

'It makes me proud to be part of a school that is extremely pupil centred. Learning is a journey, full of enjoyment and change' - Mrs H.Christmas-Wilan

'I'm happy and proud to be an Eldwick Governor; I like being able to help Mrs Kershaw and all the staff with their work to ensure all the children achieve their potential and are happy!' - Mrs A.Costello

'I have been an LEA Governor at Eldwick for almost 4 years now and have had the good fortune to attend several events, although not as many as I would have liked and hopefully I maybe able to rectify this in the future. Whenever I have been involved, it has been wonderful to see how many staff, childrren and parents throw themselves into making Eldwick Primary School such a success and the atmosphere and ethos of the school make it a pleasure and a privilege for me to be considered part of it.' - Mrs S.Heaton

'Interesting and rewarding.' - Mrs K.Dooley

'To be a Governor at Eldwick is at times extremely challenging but also extremely rewarding.' - Mrs M.Tetley