Menu
Home Page

Manor Leas Infant School

Video Controls
  • Search
  • Translate

Governor biographies

Ricky Millott

Hello, my name is Ricky Millott and I was appointed as a Parent Governor in November 2017.  My daughter is currently in year one of the Infants School and my son will be starting school in September 2019.  I moved to Lincoln with my wife Julie and two children in November 2015.  I do not have any experience or knowledge about the education system but I am learning and am interested in having an active role in my children’s education as a parent governor and to assist ensuring that all children are supported in their learning to the best of the school’s ability.  My interests include fitness, Mountain Biking, Motor Sport and spending time with my family.

Claire Turner

Hello, my name is Claire Turner and I began working at Manor Leas Infant School in September 2019 when I was appointed Deputy Headteacher. Prior to working at Manor Leas, I taught for eight years at a village primary school in Lincolnshire, working across Reception, Year One and Year Two, as well as being the school’s Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator.

Within my current role as Deputy Headteacher, I am the school’s Designated Safeguarding Lead and am responsible for monitoring the curriculum. I currently teach in Year One and enjoy bringing learning to life through hands-on experiences! I am really looking forward to getting to know the school and its children and to begin working with the staff, families and the local community to support the school in any way I can. In my spare time I enjoy baking, going to the theatre and catching up with friends.

 

 

David Butler

Hello, my name is Dave Butler.

I moved to Lincoln  in 2010. I am married to Eowyn, we have 2 children Imogen and Lauren. Prior to living in Lincoln we moved Around with work, I feel very privileged and fortunate to have moved to an amazing and welcoming community. I became a parent governor because I have a strong interest in not just my own children's education but education as a whole and enjoy being active in the community. Given that the school plays such a central role within our children's early formative years, I put myself forward for a governor position when a vacancy arose. The hope is, that in my own way, I can make a positive contribution to the school so that it can continue to remain highly successful and go from strength to strength. I enjoy cycling, repairing bikes, DIY and spending time with my family.

 

Top