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Governance

Previous Governors

Janette-Stewart-100x150Mrs Janette Stewart


Janette Stewart is currently the staff governor for Synergy Schools, as well as the EYFS teacher and SENCO at Crakehall. Janette has a Science Degree and completed a PGCE in 2001. Since then she has taught all year groups from EYFS to Year 6, in various mixed age combinations. She spent 10 years teaching in Kent before moving to North Yorkshire. During that time Janette was also a parent governor and staff governor, as well as a clerk to governors for 18 months. 

Role(s): Crakehall Class Teacher and SENCO

Date of Appointment: September 2019 until September 2020

Term of Office: 1 year

Appointed by: Staff

Attendance Record for the 2019/20 Academic Year: 90%

Business and/or Pecuniary Interests: None

Governance Roles in Other Schools: None

Relationships between governors and members of staff: None


Lorna-Middleton-150x150Miss Lorna Middleton


Lorna Middleton has taught at Crakehall CE Primary School for the last two years, before taking on a teaching role at Brompton-on-Swale CE Primary School from September 2018. Lorna’s time at both schools has enabled her to build positive relationships with all members of staff. Her friendly and approachable nature makes it easy for other members of staff to talk to her and express their views. Staff morale is important to Lorna and she has organised many activities to keep this high, especially at busy times in the school calendar.

Role(s): Staff Governor

Date of Appointment: 27th September 2018

Term of Office: 1 year - until September 2019

Appointed by: Staff

Attendance Record for the 2018/19 Academic Year: 90%

Business and/or Pecuniary Interests: None

Governance Roles in Other Schools: None

Relationships between governors and members of staff: None


Louise-Atkinson-150x150Mrs. Louise Atkinson


Louise Atkinson is a mother of three, two of her children currently at Brompton on Swale CE Primary School and the other is not yet of school age. Louise works part time as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. Her hobbies include outdoor adventures with her family and keeping fit, healthy and active. Louise is keen to help support the school and strive for it to continue to maintain high standards and equal opportunities. She is new to the role of Parent Governor but eager to take on the role and give it her best.

Role(s): Parent Governor

Term of Office: 27th September 2018 – 17th November 2020.

Appointed by: Parents

Attendance Record for the 2019/20 Academic Year: 90%

Business and/or Pecuniary Interests: None

Governance Roles in Other Schools: None

Relationships between governors and members of staff: None


Sally-Harrod-150x150Mrs. Sally Harrod


Sally Harrod started her teaching career in 1996 and has worked in a variety of schools in Lincolnshire. After moving into the Independent sector, she became Head of English, Academic Lead and Deputy Head. In 2016, taking the Headship at Bow, Durham School brought her North. She believes in offering a broad curriculum experience which enables children to access learning that is engaging and challenging both inside and outside the classroom. Sally brings a wide range of educational experience in teaching, learning and leadership.

Role(s): Co-opted Governor

Term of Office: 27th September 2018 –  14th January 2021

Appointed by: Full Governing Body

Attendance Record for the 2019/20 Academic Year: 50%

Business and/or Pecuniary Interests: None

Governance Roles in Other Schools: None

Relationships between governors and members of staff: None

Synergy Trust Schools

About Synergy Schools

Synergy Schools is a federation of primary schools in the north of North Yorkshire. The federation was formed in September 2018 after the 2017-18 academic year, when Brompton-on-Swale and Crakehall Church of England Primary Schools successfully shared senior leadership capacity.