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



Click here for the Governors Code of Conduct


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