Click on the links below to find out the latest committee membership, the schedule of meetings (what was covered and who attended) and the published minutes from Full Governing Body Meetings.
Schedule of meetings, minutes of meetings and attendance records
Welcome to the Governing Body section of the website. The aim is to provide information on the role of the Governing Body and to help you to become more familiar with all the governors and the statutory duties by which we are legally bound. The profiles have been written by the governors themselves and should help everyone get to know the governors a little more.
All Governors are contactable via the School Office, or by email to email@example.com except where indicated below. You can contact the Chair of Governors directly on firstname.lastname@example.org. We also encourage parents to tell us how they perceive the school through Parent View. We are always keen to hear your views and if you wish to discuss anything with the Governors then please do not hesitate to contact us. We hope that this section will help you to understand better what we do, who we are and why we are serving as Governors.
The Governing Body's register of business and personal pecuniary interests can be viewed HERE.
Co-opted Governor; Chair of Governors, Chair of the Teaching and Learning Sub-Committee; Inclusion/SEND Governor; Science Link, Headteacher Appraisal Governor
Date appointed: 01/09/21 by governing election
Term of office:31/08/25
My child left Greystones last year after seven happy and successful years. I grew up in Sheffield and have lived in S11 on and off since my early teens so I have a natural affinity for the local area and a desire to see the community thrive. Over the last twenty years I have worked in schools in South Yorkshire, Derbyshire and London, initially as a secondary school science teacher and more recently as a teaching assistant and cover supervisor in primary and secondary schools respectively. I now work as a Specialist Learning Mentor for Higher Education students with additional learning needs. I have a personal and professional interest in matters related to SEND, with particular insights into Autism Spectrum Conditions.
Local Authority Governor; Chair of Personnel sub-committee, Safeguarding Governor, Sports Premium Governor, Headteacher Appraisal
Date appointed: 01/09/21 by LA nomination and governing body election
Term of office:31/08/25
Co-opted Governor; Chair of School Improvement Committee
Date appointed: 01/09/21 by governing body election
Term of office:31/08/25
I have worked in education since graduating – first as a primary school teacher in Manchester and London, and then later in the initial teacher training sector. I have worked for the education charity Teach First for the last decade, focusing on the most disadvantaged pupils in our society. I’m an experienced school governor and I continue to hold a governorship in a London secondary community school too. I will soon be starting a new role at the Department for Education. I have a young family, and we relocated from East London to Sheffield early in 2021. I believe that being a school governor is one of the most important voluntary roles available, and I’m keen to serve my new local community by working closely with Greystones Primary School.
Date appointed: 20/06/22 by parental election
Term of office: 19/02/26
Date appointed: 12/10/21 by governing body election
Term of office:11/10/25
I’m officially French, Greek, and now also British, having lived in the UK almost continuously since 1997. I currently work as an academic (in politics and international relations) at Loughborough University, where I have also held numerous admin roles, both operational and strategic. We moved to Sheffield in 2019. Our kids currently attend Greystones Primary School. Both the school and the wider community have been welcoming and supportive. It's an honour to give a little back to the community by serving as governor for the school.
Co-opted Governor: Health and Safety Governor
Date appointed: 08/03/21 by governing body election
Term of office: 07/03/25
I am passionate about education and seek opportunities to support this at different levels which is why I wanted to be a co-opted Governor. I am looking forward to doing this at Greystones by supporting the school leadership, staff, pupils and parents as it evolves. I work in higher education, and I am currently a principal lecturer and the MBA Director at Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University.
Date appointed: 23/10/19 by parental election
Term of office: 07/03/25
I am a mum to four children, 3 of whom are at Greystones. I grew up in S11 and have lived in the Greystones area for 10 years. It's a lovely community and I'm pleased to be able to make a contribution to the school at the heart of it. Before I had children, I worked in school finance for Sheffield City Council, training school office staff and governors. I have a personal interest in the arts and music, so I hope to be a champion for those in my time as a governor.
Co-opted Governor: Health and Safety, Headteacher Appraisal
Date appointed: 18.06.21 by Governing Body election
Term of office: 17.06.25
I was born in Nigeria and brought up in North London. In 1985 I came to study Civil and Structural Engineering at the University of Sheffield. I worked as a Chartered Civil Engineer for nearly 20 years. In 1999 I set up with some friends, TASTE, a Christian water charity working in Nigeria to give access to clean water to communities across Nigeria. I was a Trustee until 2012 when I resigned to take over as the CEO. I have lived in Greystones since the early 1990’s. I am privileged to serve as a Governor at Greystones Primary School. I am married with 3 children and I am a member of a local church.
Date appointed: 12/10/21 by parental election
Term of office: 11/10/25
I’m a parent of two children currently at Greystones and as a governor I’m glad to be able to contribute back to the school.
I work as a Producer on education and engagement projects and currently work for an organisation that supports children in the UK and around the world to develop their digital skills. I previously worked at the BBC, most recently in the Education department on a range of programmes and campaigns. As a governor I’m keen to support the school and its staff to provide a full and varied curriculum so that all children can succeed during their time at Greystones.
Date appointed: 12/11/22 by staff election
Term of office: 11/11/26
Gary Rossiter BSc (Hons) Computing & Management Sciences
I have worked in education since 2005. I trained at Clifford Infants’ School and Ecclesall Junior School (via the Graduate Teaching Program). I completed my NQT year (as well as two subsequent years as a Y5 Class Teacher) at Abbey Lane Primary School. I then went on to become the Assistant Head Teacher at Clifford Infants School, and then on to Charnock Hall Primary School, where I worked as Deputy Head and Acting Head Teacher for five years. I then left teaching for a couple of years to work in the steel industry. However, in 2020, I returned to teaching and took up temporary posts in Greystones and Gleadless Primary Schools. I became a permanent full-time Greystones Y5 Teacher in September 2021.
I have extensive experience as a school governor – as a parent governor for GPS and as a teacher elected governor in Abbey Lane and Charnock Hall.
Date appointed: 21/10/22 by Governing Body election
Term of office: 20/10/26
Date appointed: 01/06/22 by parent election
Term of office: 31/05/26
Date appointed: 09/03/2020 by parental election
Term of office: 08/03/2024
I have always been interested in teaching and education and while studying for PhD in Bio-medical Engineering at The University of Sheffield I was also teaching. I then worked for the Royal Hull Infirmary hospital for a while until I went to work in London. When returning to academia I joined SHU to stay in contact with industry through their placement scheme. I am currently Placement and Employability Lead for the Engineering, Mathematics & Physics.
I have served as external examiner for large educational establishments such as the Open University. I am also a member of Sheffield City Council Education Appeal Panel. Have lived in Sheffield for a long time I have attachment and special interest in the city and the community. I like to use my many years experiences to support the parents, pupils, school leadership and staff.
I am member of the School Improvement Sub-Committee, and have link role for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).
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