I live in Tameside and have been Chair of the Governing Body at Ravensfield Primary School since 2013. I spent all of my career teaching in primary schools (mostly in Tameside) and then working for the local authority school improvement service. I have also worked as an Ofsted inspector. Now that I am (mostly) retired, I am keen to use my experience to help Ravensfield become an outstanding school.
Kylie- Janet Wain
I originally joined Ravensfield Primary School as a Governor in 2007 when it was "born". My children have since joined the school and are extremely proud to be pupils here. When I became a parent, my interest shifted towards working in an environment where I can contribute to the achievement and wellbeing of children and I now work full-time in a Manchester school office, having recently gained my Diploma in School Business Management.
I am Hilary Clifton and I have been a governor of Ravensfield and previously Clarendon Fields since 2000. I live locally and also have a connection with Dukinfield Cricket Club.
I joined Ravensfield Primary School as a Parent Governor in 2013. I now work in the office as the Admin Manager.
My 2 children both attend Ravensfield Primary in Year 2 and Year 5 and I feel that it is important to be involved in, understand and contribute to the school where my children are being educated.
I am proud to be a Governor and will support the school to be the very best, provide a caring safe atmosphere in which children are respected and given an environment in which they can thrive as individuals.
I am Jackie Green and I am a parent governor at Ravensfield.
I work as a Ward Sister within the NHS
I have 2 children, one at Hyde Community College and one at Ravensfield in year 5.
I joined the Governing Body in 2010 as I wanted to make some contribution to the wellbeing of the school.
I have had the opportunity to attend training courses to support my role, and help me understand how the education system works.
I enjoy being able to contribute to the school in promoting and maintaining excellent standards of teaching, supporting the staff and getting to know the children. We are on a journey for Ravensfield to become an outstanding school.
Being a governor is a very rewarding position and I am proud to be part of Ravensfield.
I am an LEA governor. I live in Dukinfield. I trained as a nurse, midwife and health visitor; before I retired I worked as a Health Visitor overseas and finally in inner city Manchester.
I now spend time doing voluntary work and children’s work at a Christian retreat centre in Yorkshire.
I am passionate that every child should be given the opportunity to reach their full potential.
I am a Parent Governor at Ravensfield and I have three daughters, one of which attends the school in year 4. I work for Manchester City Council as a Facilities Manager and have experience in the building and management of BSF schools across Manchester. I have been involved in setting up successful building management teams within schools and ensuring compliance with statutory regulations. My role is varied within Facilities Management and I have recently gained the nationally recognised NEBOSH Health & Safety qualification and become involved in training staff in aspects of safety in the workplace.
I enjoy being a Governor at Ravensfield and am proud to be able to contribute to the successful running of a great school.
I am a Staff Governor and have worked at Ravensfield Primary School since we opened in September 2007. My role includes supporting Year 6 pupils in Literacy and Numeracy lessons and the delivery of 1st Class @ Number (a maths intervention programme) and Better Reading Programme.
My name is Kirsty Hague. I am a teacher governor and currently work in year six. I joined Ravensfield in September 2015 and I am now in my sixth year of teaching. I have a TLR for Maths and really hope that my enthusiasm and hard work can help all children become fluent and able mathematicians who have the ability to reason and problem solve. I love working at Ravensfield and being part of the team and I really hope I can help the school on its journey to ‘Outstanding’.