Headteacher: Mrs Lois Haydon

Phone: 01454 866525

Email: thetynings@sgmail.org.uk

Eastleigh Close, Staple Hill, Bristol, South Gloucestershire BS16 4SG

Who are we?

Let us introduce ourselves…

Sarah Warren

Sarah Warren: I have 2 children, one at Downend school and the other still at The Tynings. I became Co-opted Governor in January 2013 and took on the role of Chair of Governors in October 2015. I am also Pupil Premium link Governor. Prior to being a Governor, I was involved in the PSFA for a number of years. It is very important to me that children have the best possible primary educational experience, both academically and socially, and I enjoy working with the school to this end. I work 4 days a week as a Project, Service and Delivery Manager in a Primary Care organisation.

Simon Jones

Simon Jones: ‘It is a privilege and honour to be Vice – Chair of Governors and Safeguarding link on The Tynings governing body. I am passionate about every child being given the best opportunities in life and education and strive for this with my input into the school. I have 2 children in year 1 and 3, each of whom have made excellent progress in all of their subjects. We love the community feel, ethos and the fact that our children love coming to school every day!

Karen Wild

Karen Wild:

Kitty Thomas
Kitty Thomas: My background is in working with children with Special Educational Needs, in particular ASD and Speech and Language disorders. I am also a qualified translator with a passion for languages. My roles within the board of governors include Chair of the Curriculum Committee, SEND and MFL link governor.
Jane McNeill
Staff Governor
Nichola Addison

Nichola Addison:

Jim Lott

Jim Lott: I have over 25 years’ experience as a school Governor and I am currently the Local Authority Governor and chair of the Pay Panel. I am passionate about education and being a Governor allows me to assist in the strategies to improve the outcomes for the children and the School. I am also Vice Chair of Governors at The Raysfield Federation in Chipping Sodbury.

Andrea Fisher

Andrea Fisher:

Helen Wild
Helen Wild: I am a co-opted governor. My links are Music, Art and displays. I am on the Staffing, Finance and School Development plan committees. I have been a Govenor for 5 years holding various positions including vice chair. I am a mum and have two young children at the School. What else do I do. I am a self employed accountant. I love working with children so get involved when I can. I am a breakfast club assistant at the school and I am the Treasurer of the PSFA I help run fundraising events to raise money for additional equipment and resources for the school. I also help to run the after school Netball team.