The purpose of the Governing Body is to maintain and improve the quality of the education and standards of achievement in the school.

Mrs Suzy Humphries

Chair of Governors
Co-opted Governor

I am a Co-opted governor and I have been the Chair at Burlish Park Primary School since 2009 also working with several committees including Curriculum, Finance and Premises. I have served on several staff appointment boards including the ones for our current Head and Deputy. My background is in Finance as I head the UK accounts team of a global company so I am keen to ensure we have the budget to meet our needs in the current challenging times. I have been a governor for the past sixteen years for local Wyre Forest Schools, originally for a Middle School and so have seen lots of changes in that time probably the most recognisable the building of our new school.

I want all our children to enjoy their time at Burlish Park Primary School, achieve to their potential and at the end of their time with us leave equipped and ready to meet the challenge of their next phase in life.

Mrs Kerry Postans





Mrs Heather Lindley

Deputy Headteacher

Associate Governor

Mrs Keren Kelly

Parent Governor

I am a Parent Governor and Vice Chair at Burlish Park Primary. I have a son who has just started in year two and a daughter born last year. I have worked in the private sector for over 12 years, covering a variety of management roles. My current role in regulation and compliance requires me to be challenging and supportive of my colleagues in equal measure. I hope these skills translate well to being a governor and I am looking forward to supporting the school.

Miss Ella Clarke

Elected Staff Governor

I work at Burlish Park Primary as a Year 4 classroom teacher and it is my second year on the school governing body as a staff governor. It is brilliant to have this link with the staff and governors as it develops an understanding of both parts. The role involves me reporting back on life within school to the governors and also forming the link between the teaching staff and governors. This is key so that there is a fluid line of communication between the two bodies at all times.

As a staff governor, it is important that I explain the various roles played by a class teacher, so that governors fully comprehend what the role of teaching entails in and outside of the classroom.

It is fantastic to be involved with and work together with the governors who are committed to making our school the best it can be. Together, the staff and governors continue to strive for brilliance and continue to ensure the school goes from strength to strength.

Mrs Debbie Mound

Co-opted Governor

I am a parent of two daughters who attend Burlish Park Primary School. I have been a parent governor for three years, but after recent reconstitution of our governing body, have now become co-opted governor at the start of a new four year term. I am passionate about maintaining high standards in all aspects of school life, but have particular interest and responsibility for special educational needs and disabilities, gifted and talented, and spiritual and moral learning. I am a qualified teacher, currently working in another local primary school as a teaching assistant where I enjoy helping to narrow the gaps in learning for SATS, encouraging children to achieve their best individual potential and supporting children with learning difficulties. I am also employed by Barnardos as a family support worker, looking after children with special needs.

Mrs Tracey Boxall

Co-opted Governor

I am a recent addition to the school’s governing body as a co-opted governor and have just started a four year term.
I have been linked to the school for many years as my eldest daughter went from reception through to year 6. She left for high school in 2012 and I now have my youngest daughter in year 4; both have been very happy here.  I was a Legal Executive for many years prior to leaving the profession to focus on my family. I have a particular interest in health and safety and feel that my knowledge and experience will be beneficial to the school. I am on the Teaching and Learning committee and also Premises and Health and Safety.

Mrs Sarah Bayliss

Co-opted Governor

I am a new Governor having started my four year term in the Summer. I have a son at the school in Year 4. Professionally, I spent many years in the legal profession specialising in litigation and finance. I have also  been heavily involved in a number of funded projects for the local community and I hope to be able to use my experience in this particular area together with the skills acquired during my career to benefit the school.

Mrs Fyonna Muckian

Co-opted Governor

I have recently become a Co-opted Governor at Burlish Park Primary School having previously been a Parent Governor.

I am a parent of two girls, one at Burlish Park and the other at the University of Worcester. I am also the School Business Manager at Burlish Park.

My role in the Governing Body is to assist the Leadership and Management of the school and also to offer expertise in the areas of financial management, HR, premises and health and safety. As well as full governors, I sit on the Finance and Personnel committee and also Premises, Health and Safety.

Mrs Vicky Davison

To contact any of Burlish Park Primary School governors, please write to Burlish Park Primary School, c/o Clerk to Governors.

All Minutes for the Full Governing Board and the three Committees (Teaching and Learning, Finance and Personnel and Premises and Health and Safety) are located at the School Office if you wish to view them. Please note, items marked confidential are not for public view.

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