Our Governing Body
You can find a wealth of information about our Governing Body in this section of the website. In addition to the Governing Body Annual Report to Parents and Carers, you can find profiles on each member of our Governing Body and more information on the various roles and their responsibilities.
Mrs Jane Tinniswood (Chair)
My name is Jane Tinniswood and I am a Foundation Governor. I have been a member of the Governing Body for many years after my own children attended the school.
I am local business person and in my spare time, I enjoy walking, travelling and spending time with my family.
All Saints' School is special to me because of the community feel and excellent support my children had whilst at the school.
Father Tudor Hughes (Vice Chair)
I was ordained in the diocese of St Asaph in 1984 and have served in various parishes in North Wales. We came to Gresford in 2004 when I became a foundation governor at the school. Three of our children attended the school. I became Chair of Governors in 2015.
Mrs Jane Williams
I regularly attend All Saints Church and find that using my educational background in my role as a Foundation Governor very worthwhile.
Mrs Jan MacDonald
I was employed by the Civil Service for 40 years. Some 15years ago I was elected on to Gresford Community Council. Twelve years ago my fellow Councillor retired and I was nominated as her replacement to represent Gresford Community Council on the Governing Body at All Saints' School.
Mrs Sue Roden
I joined the Governing Body in 2012 as a Foundation Governor and have worked hard to maintain and strengthen the schools’ links with All Saints’ Church.
I am an enthusiastic member of the Open The BookTeam who visit school on a regular basis.
I very much enjoy visiting school whenever possible to support staff and children such as , for example, providing additional reading time to KeyStage 2 children.
Mr Anthony Lewis
I have been a Foundation Governor since September 2014. I have two boys who attended All Saints' School and who are now at Darland High School. I am the Treasurer of the Governing Body, and as such support the school with budgeting and the management of school finances.
Mrs Pauline Jarvis
My name is Pauline Jarvis and I am a Foundation Governor of the school. I am currently studying a degree in Social Work and have a keen interest in working with children, young people and the wider community.
I enjoy being a Governor because I like being a part of the decision making that informs school policy and processes. I also enjoy visiting the classrooms, seeing the children and staff.
Mr Matt Lewis
Mr Richard Owens
Cllr Jeremy Kent
My name is Jeremy Kent and I am a Local Authority Governor at the school since February 2022. I am the local County Councillor for Gresford East and West. I work for the Ministry Of Defence and formerly worked as a Cover Teacher in a secondary school. I have a passion for education and youth work and hope to be able to bring these skills to your school.
Mr Simon Evans
I am a Foundation Governor. I have worked in the financial industry for over 18 years. I have 3 young children currently attending the school and playgroup and really look forward to supporting the staff, governors and most importantly the children, in helping give them the best chance educationally for their future.
Mr Matthew Holmes
I have been teaching at All Saints' since January 2013 and became the school's Deputy Headteacher in January 2018. I am currently the Year 5 class teacher, but since starting at the school I have had the opportunity to teach every year group within Key Stage Two - something that has kept me on my toes and provided me with a greater insight into how the children develop before their transition to high school.
I graduated from Chester University with a Primary PGCE in 2006 and then spent 6 1/2 years teaching in two different primary schools in Shrewsbury. Prior to completing my PGCE, I graduated from Worcester University with a BSc (Hons) in Sport Science. This love of sport is something I try to bring to the school as I help to organise many different sporting clubs, events and teams. Seeing the children successfully represent our school in a variety of sporting events has provided me with many great memories. I just hope the children remember me when they are rich and famous! I also enjoy organising our residential trips in Years 5 and 6 which provide the children with opportunities to take part in a range of outdoor and adventurous activities.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I am married with two young children (a son and a daughter) and know that they are going to grow up too quickly! I also have a Cocker Spaniel called Poppy who requires lots of walks and attention. My hobbies include keeping fit and healthy by going for runs and playing football. Football is a real passion of mine and I am an avid Liverpool fan!
I joined All Saints' School 18 months ago after completing a BSc (Hons) in Mental Health and Wellbeing. I am the non-teaching staff governor.
My role is supporting, children within class and around the school. Outside of work I love to visit historical places with my children, I like to go on walks in the countryside whatever the weather I'm most happy when I'm in my wellies!