Margaret Cassin - Margaret is Chair of Governors at The Prescot School & Bridgewater Park Primary School. Margaret has had 25 years teaching experience in middle and secondary schools. She has over ten years experience in Senior Leadership as Assistant Principal. She also achieved Specialist Leader in Education status for Behaviour and Inclusion. Margaret now works part- time as an Education Consultant to support school improvement. She has ten years experience as a school governor in three primary schools (including Bridgewater Park) and has recently taken on the role of Chair at The Prescot School to support the new Executive Principal.
Melanie Pitt - Melanie has worked in Primary schools and Nursery schools for over twenty years. She has taught in every phase over that time and been a leader in most of the key stages. She has taught in several authorities and has held responsibility for English, Maths, Science, IT, PHSCE and assessment. Currently, she works for School Improvement Liverpool as a School Improvement Officer. This role involves delivering consultancy, training and professional development across the North West and beyond delivering a wide range of highly effective, quality assured services to schools and education providers with the aim of supporting and challenging them to achieve the best possible outcomes for children. She lives with her two teenage sons and her sidekick ‘Barker’ (her extremely loyal dog!)
Christine Boyd - Christine has been a parent Governor for over 10 years at Bridgewater Park Primary School and has recently become the non-teaching staff Governor. Christine has worked at Bridgewater Park since 2013 as a Teaching Assistant and is currently part of the EYFS department. Christine was an ex-pupil at Bridgewater Park and all three of her children have been pupils here too. In her spare time she likes to spend quality time with her three children. She often supports her son who is a member of the GB Taekwondo junior squad, traveling the country and around Europe whilst he competes.
Jane Ainsworth - Jane is Chair of Governors at The Heath School, Chair of the Interim MAT Board at Palace Fields Primary School and Chair of the CoG Forum. Jane has also been elected as the Secondary Representative for CoG Forum; in this role she reports directly to the Trust Board on behalf of the Chairs of Governors across our secondary sector. Jane has been a Primary and Secondary Parent and Community Governor for 18 years, with her current involvement in The Heath School and Palace Fields Primary School as chair and Bridgewater Park as a governor. She has represented Halton Governors on numerous Local Education Boards over the past 18 years and most recently sat on Halton Safeguarding Children’s Board. She was a member of the Halton Association of Governors executive committee until the end of 20
Jodie Webster - Jodie is a trust appointed governor and chair of the Resources Committee for Bridgewater Park Primary School. Jodie has worked for Lloyds Banking Group for over 10 years and has experience in Finance and Data Protection. She lives in Runcorn and has a young son and so Jodie is very passionate about sharing her skills and expertise within the local community.
Jonathan Morgan - Jonathan is a year 3 teacher who has taught at the school since September 2016. As well as being a governor and class teacher Jonathan is responsible for co-ordinating Physical Education and I.C.T throughout the school as well as leading the school council and being the EVC co-ordinator. Prior to teaching at the school Jonathan spent time teaching in Africa as well as coaching in towns across the state of Texas (USA). Jonathan has a degree in Sports Development and Business as well as a PGDE with P.E specialism, obtaining both qualifications at Liverpool John Moores University. Jonathan has a keen interest in sport in particular regarding the business aspect of it so hopes to use this in the future to obtain his personal goals within the school.
Kirsty Bryan - Kirsty has a interest in our school community as a parent governor as her sons attends Bridgewater Park. Kirsty has over 17 experience working within a pastoral capacity within various High Schools and Alternative Education settings across a number of boroughs.Kirsty has extensive knowledge and experience of safeguarding young people and has a deep understanding and passion for young people emotional wellbeing. Kirsty currently works at a local High School supporting pupils and their families.