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From the recent parent survey, a number of parents were unsure of who our governors are.

Here are our governors (photos attached in order of name):
Jenny Davies
John Robinson
Rachel Bulkeley
Andrew Taylor
Andy Williams
June Morris
Terry Whalley
Lesley Midwinter
Andrea Sanders
Caroline Cawood
Debbie Rowlands — School administrator
Bessa Cador — Headteacher

Our governors attend different functions and events in and around the school day. They spend time in school monitoring different aspects of school as link governors and also meet together in committees with the headteacher to help drive school improvement.

You can find more information about our governors and governanace at Wrenbury Primary School on 'Our Governors' page under SCHOOL on the menu bar.

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