I have been a member of the governing body since February 2017. I have a daughter, Rosie (Year 2), that attends William MacGregor. I work across three Clinical Commissioning Groups that are responsible for the planning and commissioning of health care services for South Staffordshire. My role is responsible for the development, commissioning and performance of primary care. Since Rosie started school in September 2016 I have really enjoyed learning more about education and the school community. I hope my experience working in healthcare/public sector will be supportive to the governing board and be positive for the future development of the school, pupils, teachers and parents during my term as governor.
I have been on the governing body as a Local Authority Governor since late 2015. I am married to Brad Hardy and am currently working at Tamworth Elim church as the Children’s pastor. I am passionate about children and seeing them developing their sense of purpose and value at this pivotal stage of their lives. I hope to work with the other governors in moving the school forward.
I am a Mum of two children and have been a parent at William MacGregor since 2012. My daughter is in now year 8 at high school and my son is currently still at William MacGregor, in year 4.
I was Chairperson of the Friends of William MacGregor for three years, after which I decided to take on a new challenge as a Parent Governor in February 2018. I am still very much involved with the PTFA as a Committee Member and wholly support them in their challenging role to fundraise for our school.
I am also a Counsellor for Childline, which is a challenging but hugely rewarding job. I hope the skills and knowledge I’ve gained from this role will prove beneficial to the school, it’s pupils and the governing team.
Suzie Norton, Head Teacher. I have been on the governing body since joining the school in 2007. We have a very skilled governing body who work hard to ensure the school remains on an improving journey.
I am a mum of 2 daughters; my eldest is 16 and my youngest is 9. I have worked in education since 1995; I spent 12 years teaching at Birds Bush Primary and moved to William MacGregor in 2007. I am very passionate about Tamworth children and strive to ensure they develop both academic ability and key life skills so they can succeed in life.
My name is Natalie Jones and I am the Deputy Headteacher of William MacGregor School. As part of one of my many roles in school, I am an active member of the school’s Governing body committee. I am proud to be part of a wider team all working together in moving the school forward with the best interests of the children at the core of all decision making. In addition, I work with Senior Leadership Team daily to improving teaching and learning for all children.
The Arthur Terry Learning Partnership, a charitable company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales.
Registered Office: The Arthur Terry School, Kittoe Road, Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, B74 4RZ
Tel: 0121 323 1134
CEO Richard Gill CBE NPQH, NLE, FRSA
Company Number 07730920.
The Arthur Terry Learning Partnership is committed to keeping our students safe, both in school and the wider community. As part of our safeguarding arrangements, we have a two-way information sharing agreement in place with the local police authority. The agreement is compliant with Crime & Disorder Act 1998 (s.115) and Data Protection Act 1998(s.29.3; s.35.2.), and focuses on preventing young people from becoming involved or further involved in crime and anti-social behaviour as a victim or offender.
If you have any queries about the partnership policy, please contact Mrs S Bailey, ATLP Safeguarding Lead.