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Chair of Governors since December 2017

Parent Governor October 2013 – September 2017: September 2017 – September 2021

Co-Opted Governor Sept 21 -
Governor Responsibilities: Attendance, Pupil Premium and Intervention

Panels: Pay, HT Appraisal, Staffing, Parental Complaints

I became a Parent Governor in October 2013, and took over as the Chair of Governors in late 2017. I have 1 child at The Minster School in Year 5. I have lived in Warminster since 2004 and am also involved in Warminster And District Swimming club. My working background is in HR and Business management. 


Parent Governor July 2018 – July 2022

Responsibilities: Whistle blowing, English (Writing)

Panels: HT Appraisal, Parental Complaints

I am a mum of two - my daughter previously attended The Minster  and my son is in Year 5. I have become a Parent Governor to be involved in supporting the school, and working with the Head Teacher, Governors and the whole team that make up Minster Primary School. I work part time in the Finance sector looking after clients. When there is free time as a family we like to ride bikes and watch movies. For time on my own I love to bake.


Foundation Governor July 2018 – July 2022
Responsibilities: Finance, Maths, E Safety

Panels: Staffing Appeals, Pupil Discipline (Chair)

I have been the Foundation Governor since 2018. I have been a secondary school teacher in Manchester, and I am currently CEO of a national charitable body. My daughter attends the school in Year 3 and my son is in year 1. I look forward to being able to support the school as it continues to go from strength to strength. I enjoy camping, walking and spending time with friends and family.


Governor ex-officio 

Responsibilities:  RE, Church School Distinctiveness, British Values

Panels: Pay, HT Appraisal, Staffing Appeals

I have been a Governor ex-officio since September 2014.  As well as being a governor I regularly take morning assemblies.  I have a special responsibility for RE.  I am the local parish priest, and prior to that I had a career in financial administration in the international development charity sector both in the UK and Canada.  My wife and I have three boys (all adults) and six grandchildren (3 boys & 3 girls).

Matt Fry

Parent Governor Since September 2021

I am a parent to two children. My daughter having left The Minster School in September this year and a son currently in year 2. I have worked for Wiltshire Police for 17 yrs, thus gaining valuable experience in safeguarding and school liaison. I enjoy spending leisure time with family and friends, travelling and recreational activities.As a local resident and parent , It is a privilege to be given such an opportunity. I look forward to supporting the staff , parents and children, and be able to play a part in the ongoing success story of The Minster Primary School."


Co-Opted Governor December 2017 – December 2021

Staff Governor December 2013- December 2017
Governor Responsibilities: Health & Safety, Premises

Panels: Pupil Discipline

I have lived in Warminster and surrounding area for most of my life. I have been on the Governing Body since 2013, initially as a Staff Governor, and now as a Co-opted Governor. I have worked at the school for 20 years as a TA and HLTA, and been involved with the school since 1990 when my eldest child joined. I now have four grown up children who are all past pupils, and my granddaughter is currently in Year 1. My governor responsibility is Health and Safety, and Premises and in my current school role I support the Reception Class and provide PPA cover in YR, Y1 and Y4. I have seen many changes and improvements to the school over the years and want to support the school in maintaining and continuing to improve the wonderful school environment. Outside school I enjoy running, baking, reading and holidaying in Cornwall


Parent Governor Since September 2020

I was elected as a parent Governor in 2020. I have two daughters at Minster School in year five and year one. As a parent with foreign background I would like to help to create a thriving environment where equality and diversity is championed across the school environment. My working background is in business and project management. As a family we enjoy exploring new places, cycling and spending time with friends. 



Co-opted Governer since Jan January 2021   

I’m very pleased to have the opportunity as a governor to ‘give something back’ to Minster Primary School.  Our youngest daughter attended Minster some 25 years ago; our grandson is currently in Year One, and is loving his time at school.  During my professional life, I taught children of every age from pre-school to GCSE, and for fourteen years I was a primary school Headteacher in Wiltshire. My background in education gives me the professional skills and knowledge to support the school community, continuing all the excellent work that goes on in the school and seeking ways to improve and enhance it further. We have three daughters, all adult, and seven grandchildren (two girls and five boys). My interests include walking with our two dogs, cycling and music.

LISA TUDOR Head teacher

Governor ex-officio since September 2011

Designated Lead for Safeguarding, Health & Safety, Looked after Children and Disadvantaged Children

I was appointed Head teacher of The Minster CE Primary School in September 2011 after being Head teacher of three other schools, two in Wiltshire and one in South Wales.  As an ex-officio governor I attend all governing body meetings and provide detailed and relevant information about pupils' progress, attainment and overall school development on a broad range of curricular activities.  A key responsibility is all matters pertaining to safeguarding.  My out of school interests include time with family, involvement with various musical groups and city breaks in the UK and abroad.


Clerk to the Governors since 2003

I have been Clerk to Governors since 2003, and the School Finance & Admin Officer since 2005.  Free time is walking with my dogs, or swimming, and I also enjoy skiing with my family.

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