GOVERNORS
Governors have legal duties, powers and responsibilities. They can only act together, they cannot act individually.
Governors are appointed to help:
 
  • decide what is taught
  • set standards of behaviour
  • interview and select staff
  • agree how the school budget is spent
 
Governors are chosen from:
 
  • parents
  • school staff
  • community representatives
  • people with special skills
 
Parent governors are elected by parents and are your representatives on the governing body.
Some of our governors are also parents of children at the school but are appointed in a different capacity. 
The governors meet twice a term as a full governing body.  Governors visit school regularly and take part in ‘Learning Walks’ and attend committee meetings for various aspects of school life.
They can be contacted on: chairofgovernors@rauceby.lincs.sch.uk  or through the school office.
There is also a Governors comments box in the office.
The Clerk to the Governors is Debbie Scott who can be contacted by email at the following address: debbie.scott@rauceby.lincs.sch.uk  or by ringing the school office on 01529 488667.

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Governor Details
Governors' Terms of Reference
Register of Interests
WHO'S WHO
Mrs Angela Naylor
Co-Chair
Co-opted
I have three children, all of whom have now moved on to secondary school.  I am a chartered accountant, qualifying with KPMG in London and then working for The BOC Group in a variety of finance and treasury roles.
Mrs Maxine Purvis
Co-Chair
Co-opted

I am a Senior Lecturer in Primary Education at Bishop Grosseteste University, where I lead the undergraduate school placement modules.  Prior to this I was a Primary Headteacher and a Local Leader of Education.  In this role I worked with the Lincolnshire School Improvement Service and the National College of Teaching and Learning to support Senior Leaders and Governors in developing key skills in Leadership and Management.  I have a Governor responsibility for literacy on the Achievement Committee.
Mr Neill Henderson
Vice-Chair
Member Appointed
Originally qualified as a solicitor, I have a varied CV that includes lumberjack, musical director and golf course construction!  I have most recently spent 6 years recruiting teachers and lecturers for primary schools and further education colleges, and the last 7 years working in education publishing.  I have been supporting the school for a number of years in the provision of home/school diaries and other products as well as providing calendars to the PTFA to support their fundraising efforts.  My eldest child has now moved onto secondary but my youngest currently attends Rauceby Primary School.
Mr David Manby
Ex-officio (Headteacher)
It is an honour to be Headteacher of this wonderful school and form part of its long history. As a school we are constantly striving to become even better, encompassing our traditions, values and strong links with the church. As a husband and father of two young children, family is close to my heart; with Rauceby CE Primary School being an extension of that. Out of school, I also enjoy being active through long distance running and playing cricket and golf.
Mr David Wallace
Staff Governor
(Teaching Staff)
I joined the great team of learners at Rauceby CofE Primary School in May 2016. I am currently the Year Six teacher and also the Deputy Head. Year Six is a great year to teach as I believe that it is where the hard work of all the staff and children really comes together; there are many 'light-bulb' moments! It's always great to see the children leave us ready to start their new challenge of secondary school, and a pleasure when they come back to tell us how they are getting on.
Mrs Lyndsay Nemeiksas
Associate Staff Governor (Support Staff)
I have worked at Rauceby School for over fifteen years and really enjoy my role as School Business Manager. Each year I accompany Year Six to Malham on their residential trip, which I really love.
Mrs Fiona  Smith
Member Appointed
   ​I have 2 children, both of whom are at Rauceby School. I am a Secondary School Maths Teacher of 17 years, currently I am a Subject Leader for Mathematics. I have been a Teacher Governor in a Secondary School and I am keen to use my experience in support of Primary education. I have Governor responsibility for numeracy on the Curriculum and Standards Committee.
   
Mrs Rachel Enstone
Parent Governor
" I am a Qualified Solicitor (currently non-practising) specialising in Family Law. I took a break from practising when my family and I lived abroad, living in Asia and then Europe for a total of 9 years.  I am now a Director and assist my husband in the running of our Management Consultancy firm.  My eldest child is at secondary school, and my youngest at Rauceby.  My role is that of Parent Governor with responsibility for safeguarding."
Mr Garry Titmus
Member and
Associate Governor
I am a former sailor and a current local councillor. I live in Sleaford and am also linked closely with another primary and one of the three local secondary schools. Four of my children have attended local schools, with my youngest being a true Old Raucebian.  I am proud to be a Community Governor of this great little school.
Mr Iain McCracken
Associate Governor


I am the founder and MD of an International Headhunting firm, that works with technical clients in markets like software and F1.  With a career that includes commercial research, recruitment and strategic marketing. Co-Opted as a Governor to support with Communications and Stakeholder engagement. Keen to give back to a wonderful school that his son attended prior to Carres and his daughter still attends.   
Mrs Jane Sanders
Member and
Foundation Governor
I have been a Governor of Rauceby School for 20 years and both my sons went to school here.
In the past I have been Treasurer of the PTA  and  Chair of Governors  but I am now involved on the Admissions & Attendance Committee and help oversee the Rauceby Gift.
I live in the village of Wilsford where my husband and I run our own food business.
Reverend Georgina
Ex-officio Foundation
I trained for ministry at Lincoln Theological College. I was priested in 2012 and served my curacy in my home parish of North Lafford as an Ordained Local Minister. During my curacy was I was appointed House-for-Duty priest. I bring my enthusiasm for rural ministry to my new role as Rector of East Loveden group of parishes.  I look forward to living and ministering in the East Loveden group of parishes, serving God and his people and the schools in the benefice. I am also looking forward to continuing to strengthening the links between the church and the Schools as an ex- officio governor of both Rauceby and Ancaster schools.
Mrs Natalie Roberts
Parent Governor

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Mr Ken Wanless
Associate Governor
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