Andy has worked in a number of Rotherham primary schools in a career spanning more than thirty years in education. He is the former Executive Head Teacher of two primary schools; Rawmarsh Ashwood Primary School and Thrybergh Primary School. The two schools once formed a small Multi Academy Trust titled the’ Ashwood Multi Academy Trust’.
For the past two years or so, Andy has been a Primary Academy Executive Improvement Partner working for the Wickersley Partnership Trust, his main area of responsibility is for the Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare of children and young people. His role covers areas such as attendance and exclusions, the safeguarding and welfare of children, children with additional needs, as well as Primary governance.
Andy is also a Local Leader of Education and on occasions works for ‘Learners First’, a successful, Rotherham based teaching school alliance.
Andy is married with two children and lives in Worksop. His eldest son left Durham University in 2017 and now works as a data scientist in Middlesbrough and his daughter is currently in Y13, studying for A levels and is currently applying to study Biology at University.
I started work as a Science teacher at a small school in Barnsley in September 1993. I arrived at Rawmarsh Community School in 2001 and have been a member of staff at the school ever since. I currently serve on the Governing Body at Rawmarsh Community School, a position I have held for 4 years.
Personally, I am married to Louise who is also a teacher, and have two children currently both at primary school. I live on the outskirts of Sheffield where I settled after completing my University studies there, although I am originally from Haydock, a village between Manchester and Liverpool. I care deeply about young people and the wider communities they come from and I hope that being appointed to the Governing body at The Gainsborough Academy will allow me to support the Leadership Team and other members of staff in moving the school forward over the coming years. I hope this will help to develop the students and give them the best possible chances whilst they are in school and after their school life is over.
I am married with three daughters; two were students at the academy and one is currently at university.
I’ve worked at The Gainsborough Academy since it opened back in 2009. Within that time I’ve worked in a variety of roles. I am currently supporting literacy intervention within the library. This year I’ve done a lot of work towards children’s reading, using the Three Book Challenge, which is a great passion of mine.
I am keen to support the academy on its journey to become an outstanding school. Working with students every day has given me an insight into the ways they can be motivated, so they can aim high and achieve their dreams.
I am a trained Accountant and School Business Manager. I have worked in education for the last eight years, both inside and outside of the classroom.
I have three children, my two daughters attend The Gainsborough Academy in years 9 and 10. My son is currently in year 5 at primary school.
I hope that by being appointed as a Parent Governor it will allow me to be able to support the leadership team in moving the school forward over the coming years.
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