Stanford Junior and Infant School
Living together - Learning together
Our full Governing body is made up of 3 parents, 2 staff, 1 Local Authority, 3 Co-opted, 3 Foundation and Associates.
Chair of Governors
Pupil Premium and LACE, Sports Premium, PE
Personal, Premises, Health & Safety, Policy
Start of Term 13/11/2018
End of Term 12/11/2022
Vice Chair of Governors
Foundation (Stanford Trust) Representative
DSEN, English, Music, Art
Personnel, Standards, Policy
Start of Term 06/05/2022
End of Term 04/05/2026
Headteacher, Staff Governor
Personnel, Finance, Standards, policy, Premises
Foundation Stage, Outdoor Learning, Science
Personnel, Finance, Standards
Start of Term 07/06/2022
End of Term 06/06/2026
PSHE, SMSC, History, Geography
Start of Term 14/11/2018
End of Term 13/11/2022
MFL, Music and Art
Finance, Policy, Premises
Start of Term 19/10/2020
End of Term 18/10/2024
Start of Term 17/07/2019
End of Term 16/07/2023
Start of term 05/05/2021
End of term 05/05/2025
Local Authority Governor
CP, Safeguarding and Attendance, Maths and Enterprise
Monitoring and Finance
Start of term 23/06/2022
End of term 22/06/2026
RE and DT
Policy and Premises
Start of term 11/07/2022
End of term 20/07/2026
I am Val Brumfield, married, with one son. I have been a Governor at Stanford Junior and Infant School for twelve years, six of them as Chair of Governors. I was born in Laceby as was my father and grandfather and I attended Stanford School along with my two brothers. I am a qualified (Honours Degree in Education) Primary School teacher and taught at Stanford School during my early career. I have over 25 years experience in senior management within schools, most in the position of Headteacher of a large Primary School. I have undertaken very varied training to update my skills necessary to the role of Governor. Being involved and working with children is a big pleasure.
I am a Foundation Governor appointed by the Stanford Trust at Laceby School. The subjects I support are Music and Art, IT, SEN, and Out Door learning. I am also linked to Sunflower Class and enjoy working with them each week on various projects and accompanying them on School trips.
In my working life I was a Development Officer for Children’s and School libraries in North East Lincolnshire.
Since I retired, I together with other volunteers have reopened Laceby Library as a Community library. The library is going from strength to strength and has close links with Laceby School. Together we run Reading initiatives which are very well supported.
In my spare time I love gardening, looking after my daughters Cockapoo and supporting my son at track days and rallies.
My name is Scott Smith and I have been a Co-opted Governor at Stanford School since November 2018. Since starting this role I have gained valuable insight into the life at Stanford School and truly believe that it is a unique place for pupils to grow and achieve in every way possible. I am married to my wife Clair and we enjoy walking our dog Archie in our spare time.
I work within the coal industry as a site manager where I hope to bring my high health and safety and financial abilities to assist the school where possible.
I am a member of The Grimsby Tri Club where I enjoy taking part in open water swimming, long distance biking and half marathon and full marathon training. My achievements include swimming from Barton to Hull in aid of The Humber Rescue charity, 70.3 Outlaw race at Nottingham and most recently becoming an ‘Iron Man’, completing the 140.6 Ironman distance race.
I look forward to continuing our work with staff, Governors and the community to continue the schools development and vision.
My name is Lea Campbell and I live in Laceby village with my partner and 4 children who all attend Stanford School.
Myself and most of my family have attended the school over the years so I have had links with Stanford all of my life which has been a fantastic experience.
I am a qualified hairdresser and nail technician but have also taken on administrative work in the past.
I am looking forward to undertaking my new role as Parent Governor and supporting staff, children and families at Stanford.
Hello, I am Nigel Morrison. I have returned to be a Governor at Laceby Stanford after a break of a few years. I was a Governor for about fourteen years and was Vice-Chair for several years. I have been a Trustee of the Stanford Trust for nearly twenty years being Vice-Chair for the last five years.
I have recently taken early retirement from teaching after working in several local schools for the last twenty-three years. I am still working in schools as a supply teacher.
Both of my children attended Stanford School, before going on to Healing. They are now at Franklin College.
My wife Emma and I are both members of Caistor Running Club and we can often be seen pounding the highways and byways of Laceby training for another race. I have completed several marathons, half marathons and 10K races.
I am looking forward to working with the staff and governors to continue the school’s development.
On Wednesday we travelled to the Auditorium and took part in the Infant Singing Festival.
We have been working hard to learn the songs and we had the chance to perform with other schools from our local area.
We performed confidently and we brought some of that confidence and skills back to school.
We enjoyed our day tremendously. We were supported by school governors Mrs Wink and Mrs Tatler.
Mrs Wink commented “Poppy class were outstanding, listening attentively, singing their hearts out and enjoying every minute of the experience of performing on a stage to a live audience.”
At Stanford our governors take an active interest in everything that we do. Our English Governor is Jill Tatler. Mrs Tatler came into school nice and early and even shared the morning door duty with Miss Whiting. She chatted to parents and the children as they entered school for their exciting World Book Day.
We invited Mrs Tatler to join in with the fun and we gave her the very tricky job of judging the books bags to find the most creative designs in each class. She said that it was a really tricky job as every single one was an absolute winner!