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Tarvin Primary School are looking to appoint a Governor to join the team. We are particularly looking for someone who is not a parent of a child at the school (opportunities for parent governors are notified to parents as they arise) but someone with links within the community and local businesses and knowledge of the local/regional economy.
The skills we are looking for to complement our existing team are financial planning/management, understanding of special educational needs, experience of premises and facilities management. If anyone is interested in joining our supportive and dedicated team, can offer any of these skills and experiences and is willing to commit some time, please send us your details and what you feel you could offer to:

chair@tarvin.cheshire.sch.uk

Lyn Jackson
Chair of Governors

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