Meet our governors
Welcome to our Governors page
The governors of the school meet at least twice a term and their guiding work is of great importance to the smooth running of the school even though much of their work is unseen by the public. They are responsible for the school building and grounds, the curriculum in school, the appointing of staff and school financial management and parts of expenditure.
They consult with the head teacher in formal meetings and also through more frequent informal visits to school adopting the role of ‘a critical friend.’
Mrs Julie Hall
Chair of Governors, Safeguarding firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, my name is Julie Hall and I am currently chair of governors. I joined the board of governors in 2014. My daughter attends Belton C of E school and I have enjoyed watching her personal and academic progress during her time there. I am a qualified childcare social worker and was co-opted onto the board of governors as to take a lead role in safeguarding. I am currently employed as a social worker with an independent adoption agency and have a strong interest in the educational needs of children who are looked after or adopted.
Mr Rob Anderson
Hi, my name is Rob Anderson and joined the board of governors in 2014. Both of my children attend Belton C of E School and I am very proud of the education they receive. As a governor with responsibility for Special Educational Needs I want to ensure that every child in our school, irrespective of their background, gets the best possible education. I am employed as a project manager for a low carbon vehicle consultancy in Loughborough.
Mrs Gemma Moyse
Hi I'm Gemma Moyse. I became Parent Governor this year, 2018. I am Managing Director of my own business dealing with the direct supply of bathroom and kitchen products to retail and private customers with a professional and personal approach. Having been in this role for many years I am confident that I will bring to the governing body my skills in negotiation, communication and also my drive and passion to see goals achieved in all areas that are required for the school.
Rev Louise Corke
Mrs Kate McLennan
Governor, Chair of Standards Committeekmclennan@beltonprimary.org
Hi, I'm Kate McLennan. I became a Governor at the end of 2018. I am a foreign languages teacher and have held various leadership positions within schools. Prior to this I worked in travel and tourism for sixteen years in various roles. As a result of this, I bring to the governing body, knowledge of education, experience in management, training, communication and negotiation skills. I am pleased to be able to make a positive contribution to the progress of the school and the wider community.
Mr Nick Threadgill
Vice Chair, Chair of Standards Committeenthreadgill@beltonprimary.org
Hello, my name is Nick Threadgill and I am the Local Authority appointed governor for Belton C of E School. I have been a governor at the school since 1994 and in that time I have been Chair of the governing body and Chair of the Finance Committee. Currently, I am Chair of the Strategic and Standards Committee. Both of my children attended the school. I am a Chartered Civil Engineer and my main areas of professional expertise are: business improvement, audit, project and commercial management.
Mrs Denise Boulton
I was born in County Durham and went to Houghton-le-Spring Grammar School. I then studied Russian and Italian at the University of Birmingham and lectured at the University of East Anglia for eighteen years.
I have lived in Edinburgh where I worked as a fundraiser for Crusaid to raise money to build a hospice and accommodation for drug addicted mothers with children. I worked as a producer for the Edinburgh Music Theatre Company, a pro-am company performing large scale musicals and operas and worked at St Giles’ Cathedral running the shop and restaurant.
I have spent time living in Norwich where I ran the Sunday school at St Andrews Church and wrote and produced plays for children.
I now live in Belton and my interests are sailing, gardening, theatre, science, the environment and local community. I have two daughters and two grandchildren.
Mr Ray Harriman
I have been a resident of Belton Village since 2003, having been born in Leicester. I am a big Leicester City fan, and attend most home games. My other interests are playing golf, bridge, gardening, walking and driving my sports car. I retired in 2003, and since then, my wife and I have enjoyed many holidays, both in Europe and further afield. Whilst working, I was at a senior level, having trained as a Structural Engineer. I feel that I bring business knowledge and sound financial awareness to the role of governor.
Miss Amy North
Dr Roger Light