Meet the Governors

The governors are well aware of the school’s strengths, and are very supportive. They also know all about the trends in pupils’ progress, and the reasons for any variations.


About the Governing Body

The Eastnor Church of England Primary School governors are committed volunteers who work hard to support and advise the school. The governing body is made up of representatives from the school's parents, staff, the local churches, Hereford Diocese and the Local Authority. They make a significant contribution to the school’s success; they know the school well, each having specific areas of responsibility, and bring a diversity of knowledge and experience to our school.


Governors minutes are available on request from the Clerk to the Governors at Eastnor Primary School.  Please contact the School Office.

Register of Business Interests

Eastnor Primary School maintains a Register of Business Interests and holds Declaration of Interest forms for all Governors.  The Register of Business Interests form is completed annually and referred to at each full Governors’ Meeting for review and updating by Governors if required.  The forms are held by the Clerk to the Governors.


Should you wish to contact the Governors, please contact the Clerk to the Governors via the school office in the first instance.

Governing Body

The period of appointment for all governors is four years. The Governing Body is made up of the following people:

Name Role
Mr Craig Watson (Chair) Co-opted Governor
Mrs Arabella Risbey (Vice Chair) Co-opted Governor
Ms Nina Shields (Vice Chair) Co-opted Governor
Mrs Nicola Driscoll (Head teacher) Teaching Staff Governor
Mrs Sarah Tart Teaching Stafff Governor
Phil Bettington Appointed by the Local Authority
Rev Keith Hilton-Turvey Foundation Governor
Mrs Mary Ann Keyes Foundation Governor
Rev Joan Wakeling Associate Governor (Foundation)
Mr Mark Broadbent Associate Governor (Parent)
Mrs Louise Layton Parent Governor
Mrs Esther Stephens Parent Governor
Mrs Louise James Clerk to the Governors