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St Chad's Church of England Primary and Nursery School

Your Governors

Becky Regan - Chair of Governors

I have been a Parent Governor since 2015 at St Chads  and I am currently Vice Chair of Governors. I am a mum of 2 (Daniel and Grace) who both love attending St Chads . I work for Eurocamp/Al fresco holidays as a Project Manager and hope that my professional skills and knowledge will help to support the school achieve its vision.

In my spare time I enjoy helping the Friends of St Chads raise funds to support the school which recently among other projects has supported the introduction of a sensory garden.

Jill Horner - Vice Chair of Governors

I was appointed a Foundation Governor in November 2016.  My background in work based learning and Human Resources has equipped me with an understanding of learning and progress, assessment and achievement, as well as first-hand experience of Ofsted!  I’m a committed Christian and active member of St Chad’s Church and for the last few years have helped when children visit the Church.

I have a passion for literacy and numeracy and volunteer in school, helping with reading and maths.  My governor links include EYFS, Nursery and year 2.


Todd Hewitt

I am a Teacher of Science at the Winsford Academy secondary school. I joined St Chad's governing body as a Co-opted Governor in October 2021. I bring experience of working on two governing bodies previously: once as a trustee for a charity and the other as a governor for the University of Salford. I am keen to support St Chad's many ways and hope my experience as a Teacher of Science and my ability to act as a link between Winsford Academy and the school will add to the the governing body.

I am a keen mountain climber and naturalist, and I am eager to support the governing body, staff, and students of St Chad's."


Katie Murray

I joined the governing body at St Chad's in October 2017 and have thoroughly enjoyed being welcomed into the whole school community. I have a son, Daniel, who is currently in Year 3 at the school. 

I am the Head of Marketing and School Liaison at Sir John Deane's Sixth Form College and I hope that my skills and experience will make a positive contribution towards the school achieving its main aims. 

Lucy Kennerley

My name is Lucy Kennerley.  I volunteered to become a parent governor because I am passionate about all children's education and wellbeing.  I have a child called William in year 2 - you'll see me on the playground at most school drop off and pick up times.  I am approachable and willing to listen to parents views and answer questions.  Anything I don't know I will do my best to find the correct information for you.

I am also a parent carer representative for the Parent Carer Forum in CWAC raising voices and working with the Local Authority to help improve services for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.  I am also available to sign post parents to the relevant services if they wish to know more of what's available for a child with additional needs.

Claire Webster

I'm Claire Webster, new to St Chad's governing body this year. I am currently working as an Assistant Headteacher at Hartford Church of England High School. I have been a maths teacher for over 20 years. I am a fellow of the Royal Statistical Society and have worked on projects for Nottingham Trent University and the Office for National Statistics. I also worked in South Africa in 2003 helping them develop a new maths curriculum.

 I am mum to Alice (11) and Jack (8) and in my spare time enjoy rowing, canoeing and biking. I am very much looking forward to supporting the governing body, staff and pupils of St Chads.

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