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Awọn gomina

Ìgbìmọ̀ Olùdarí Àgbègbè Wa
Awọn gomina ṣabẹwo si ile-iwe nigbagbogbo lati pade ati ba awọn ọmọde ati oṣiṣẹ sọrọ. A ni Ọjọ Awọn Gomina ni ile-iwe ni igba kọọkan ti wọn ba ṣabẹwo si awọn ẹkọ, mu Awọn ijiroro Ọmọ-iwe mu, ṣe Ayẹwo Iṣẹ ati pade pẹlu awọn obi ati awọn olukọ. Wọn tun lọ si awọn iṣẹlẹ ati awọn apejọ ni ile-iwe naa. Èyí máa ń jẹ́ kí wọ́n lè rí bí àwọn ìlànà àti ètò ilé ẹ̀kọ́ ṣe ń ṣiṣẹ́, bí wọ́n ṣe ń lo àwọn ohun àmúṣọrọ̀, tí wọ́n sì ń jẹ́ kí wọ́n ṣàkójọ ìsọfúnni àti ìmọ̀ ilé ẹ̀kọ́ náà.

Awọn gomina wa jẹ ẹgbẹ oniruuru ti awọn eniyan kọọkan ti o nsoju awọn obi, oṣiṣẹ ile-iwe ati agbegbe agbegbe, pẹlu ọpọlọpọ awọn ọgbọn ati awọn iriri. Gbogbo wọn pin ibi-afẹde ti o wọpọ lati ṣe iranlọwọ fun ile-iwe ni idagbasoke ati ilọsiwaju ati, ni ṣiṣe bẹ, lati pese awọn ọmọ rẹ ni eto-ẹkọ ti o dara julọ ti o ṣeeṣe.

Gbogbo awọn gomina jẹ oluyọọda.

Ó kéré tán, Ìgbìmọ̀ Olùdarí Àgbègbè máa ń pàdé ní ẹ̀ẹ̀kan lọ́ọ̀ọ́. Awọn gomina lọ si ikẹkọ ti a pese ni ita ati tun lọ si ikẹkọ 'ninu ile' LGb ni igba kọọkan. Alaga Adaṣe wa, Rachel Proctor, tun ṣe ipade pẹlu awọn Alaga lati awọn ile-iwe Thrive miiran ni ipilẹ igba.

Gomina ojuse
Ile-iwe naa ṣe agbejade Irin-ajo Idagbasoke Ile-iwe (SDJ) eyiti o ṣe alaye Awọn Pataki pataki fun ilọsiwaju ni ọdun mẹta to nbọ ati bii iwọnyi yoo ṣe ṣaṣeyọri.  Awọn Gomina ṣiṣẹ papọ pẹlu oṣiṣẹ lati rii daju pe awọn pataki pataki wọnyi ti ṣaṣeyọri. Awọn gomina ṣiṣẹ ni pẹkipẹki pẹlu oṣiṣẹ lori 'Awọn imọran Nla mẹta' eyiti o jẹ awọn ege pataki mẹta ti iṣẹ ilọsiwaju ti a ti mọ ni SDJ.

Governors Attendance 2023-24

Mr Lee Morfitt​

Role: Chair of Governors

Business Interests: Governor at The Hub School, Governor at Oakfield School

I have been a part of Stepney for around 16 years. Firstly, as parent whose three children attended the school then as a volunteer, followed by parent governor then finally Chair of Governors. 

I have always had a special interest in SEN with having  2 children with disabilities. This has driven me to always try to make every child achieve their true potential through the continued hard work of the School and the Governing Body.

Miss Ruth Truelove BEM​

Role: Vice-Chair of Governors

Business Interests: None

I joined St Stephen’s Shopping Centre in 2007 following a career with Nottingham University and Hull City Council and have been actively involved with Stepney Primary School for the past six years.

I initially started as a reading assistant through my involvement with Business in the Community which was also supported by St Stephen’s.  In 2015 I became a co-opted governor and am very  proud to be associated with this amazing school. It is a privilege to work with the teaching  staff, pupils and other governors who are all so enthusiastic in providing the best education whilst making the pupil’s wellbeing the number one priority.

My interest in literacy and reading skills continues and I also like to support the children with after-school activities, school trips and other valuable initiatives such as the learning activities provided by the Hull & East Yorkshire Children’s University which I am also a trustee/volunteer.

Through my involvement in these various youth education and training initiatives, I gain satisfaction in helping to encourage our young people, inspiring them to believe in themselves and to create a positive future for all.

Mrs Kerry Freeman​

Role: Co-opted Governor

Business Interests: None

I have over 21 years’ experience working within the Early Years and Educational field. I enhanced my Early year’s qualifications in 2008 by undertaking the National Professional Qualification in Centre Leadership (NPQICL) Level 7.

I am employed by Goodwin Development Trust (Charitable organisation) who are commissioned to deliver Early Help services that provide support for families with children 0-11 years, living in the Central, Beverley & Newland, Avenue, Bricknell and St Andrews & Docklands Wards.

I am also one of the nominated Childrens safeguarding leads for the organisation.

As the Early Help Manager for Fenchurch and Octagon Family Hubs. I became a Governor at Stepney Primary School to represent families and children in the area and develop a strong partnership with the school and community. I look forward to playing a part in supporting shape the school and hope my skills and knowledge will be a valuable asset to the parents /children and Governing body of Stepney Primary school. 

Mrs Syeda Nudrat​

Role: Co-opted Governor

Business Interests: None

I have been working in a Social Sector for 15 Years, since I had completed my Masters in Social Sciences. Besides my other jobs, I have alway been keen on the idea of social change by eliminating any kind of gender based discrimination and identifying the stereotypes which could badly affect our community. I strongly believe in the Children’s Right advocated through UNCRC (UN Convention on the Rights of the Child). As a Governor, I am interested to strengthen a Parent-Teacher partnership to achieve the desired outcomes which will lead our school to the outstanding level of education and children can develop themselves as high achievers within the community. 

Dr Mamoon Bashir​

Role: Co-opted Governor

Business Interests: None

Hello, I'm Dr Mamoon Bashir, and I am privileged to serve as a co-opted member of the Local Governing Body at Stepney Primary School. As an award-winning academic with a passion for education and research, I bring a diverse range of experiences to the governing
Currently, I hold the position of Graduate Research Director at Hull University Business
School. I have been involved in teaching and research for over a decade, both within the
United Kingdom and internationally.
My academic journey includes a Ph.D. in Supply Chain Management and Digitalisation from
Norwich Business School, University of East Anglia. I also earned an M.Sc. in International
Business Management from Aberystwyth University and a Post Graduate Certificate in
Academic Practices (PCAP) from the University of Hull. As a Fellow of Advance HE
(formerly Higher Education Academy, UK), I am committed to fostering excellence in
As a member of the Board of Governors at Stepney Primary School, I am committed to
contributing my knowledge, experience, and passion for education to support the school's
growth and success. It is an honour to be part of this esteemed institution, and I look forward
to playing a vital role in shaping a bright future for our students and the school community.

Lucy Saint

Role: Staff Governor

Business Interests: None

I am the Staff Governor. I have taught at Stepney for over 20 years and believe our school is a unique and special place of education. As a committed classroom teacher, I can utilise my experience to support the school as a Governor. I have a particular interest in Pupil and Staff Voice. The staff at Stepney go above and beyond to provide the children with the best education and experiences, and I am proud to represent them on our Governing Body. Pupil Voice has always been important at Stepney, and I am keen to continue to ensure that this is heard and shared.

Deborah Mcgregor

Role: Parent Governor

Business Interests: None

Richard Morah

Role: Co-opted Governor

Business Interests: None

A dedicated educator and mentor from Nigeria with over 6 years of experience in English language teaching and SEN support, and a passion for supporting the mental health and well-being of children. With a Bachelor's degree in English and Literature Education and currently completing a Master's degree in Education (TESOL) at the University of Hull, I have a strong academic foundation. My commitment to making a positive impact extends beyond the classroom, as I have taken on leadership roles as a volunteer in my local church, helping with personal and career development for teenagers. Currently, I'm working as a Teaching Assistant / Cover Supervisor. I am also volunteering with REFRESH as a mentor, supporting children in overcoming alcohol and drug abuse. My mission is to empower young people, especially those with special educational needs, to lead healthy, fulfilling lives and reach their full potential through education and support. In addition, I hold certificates in Substance Abuse, Drug and Alcohol Awareness, and Hidden Harm from the Hull Safeguarding Children's Partnership, and I am a member of the Teachers' Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN).

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