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The Governing Body at Moor Allerton Hall Primary School seeks to maintain strong visible leadership which is honest and transparent by working in partnership with pupils, staff, parents, carers and the wider community in ensuring high standards of educational attainment for all. Scroll down this page to see

  • The members of the governing body
  • Pen portraits of the governors
  • Vacancies
  • How to become a governor


School Governing Body 2016-17

Staff Governors


Lesley McKay                                          Danielle Richardson


Parent Governors


Fiona Hardy                                    Hannah Corne                    Tom Venning


Co-opted Governors


Pat Heron    (chair)                      Joanne Greenhalgh              Mahmud Elbadri


                          Reuben Moore                     Catherine Mitchell                       Jenny Perry

Local Authority Governor


Current vacancies:

Governor role  To be nominated by
Local Authority Governor Local Authority


Pen portrait of our Governors

Follow the link to see pen portraits of our governors and find out which subcommittees they are part of and why they joined the governing body.

How to become a School Governor 

Volunteering as a governor is a rewarding way of making an important contribution to education. It can help you develop your existing skills and learn new ones.

Anyone aged 18 or over can become a school or college governor. No specialist qualifications are needed and people from many different backgrounds volunteer for the role.

Enthusiasm, commitment and an interest in education are the most important qualities. You don’t need to have a family member attending a school or college to become a governor.

For more information on Becoming a School Governor and copy of the application form, visit the Leeds City Council website below:-


All future School Governor Vacancies will appear below, so please keep visiting the website.

we are currently looking for: an LEA governor

'The governing body challenges and supports the school well. '  Ofsted Report October 2012