Governing Body

Lowick Governing Body
  • Mr Robert O'Rourke

    Chair of Governors

    roblowickfs@gmail.com

    I joined the Governing Body of Lowick First School in September 2016 as the Local Authority Governor, In April 2017 I became Chair.
    I have 2 children in the school, and run a business locally. I am keen to contribute to creating an environment in which every child is able to learn and reach their full potential and where they feel happy and secure.

  • Mrs Kerry Bone

    Vice-Chair of Governors

    I have long standing connections to Lowick first School. I attended this school as a child and have many happy memories of my early education here. It was this school that first nurtured my love of learning and inspired me to become a teacher. My eldest son now attends Lowick school in year 1.

    I have 15 years experience of educating children in nurseries and primary schools. I specialised in early years but also have experience of teaching throughout primary and middle schools. I hope to use the skills and experience I have to help this school continue to thrive and to develop a love of learning in other children. As a foundation governor I also have an interest in promoting strong Christian ethos throughout the school.

  • Mrs Sue Hutton

    Governor

  • Rev Adam Hood

    Governor

  • Ms Barbara Morris

    Governor

Holy Island Governing Body
  • Mrs Jane Crossman

    Governor

  • Mr John Weightman

    Governor

    John Weightman MBE
    Until retirement Senior Civil Servant - last role Vice President of the National Body monitoring conditions in prisons and detention centres, leading on children in the criminal justice system, and prisoner education for which he was appointed MBE in the 2010 Queen's Birthday Honours.  Lives in East Ord. Volunteer at Lindisfarne Castle and is a member of St Mary's Church, Holy Island. Long experience at senior level of committee work and oversight and monitoring role of professional organisation. I am also treasurer of Berwick Arts Choir and a trustee of Church Action on Poverty.