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Our Staff

Head of School Mr M. Spink
Assistant Headteacher Mrs C Boyes


Miss B Gray  EYFS 


Mrs D Worsnop Year 1/2


Mrs C Boyes Year 1/2

Mrs K Howard  Year 3/4


Mr A Hassall   Year 5/6


Teaching Assistants
Miss C.Greco - EYFS
Miss V Pillinger - EYFS
Miss N. Nicholls- EYFS  
Miss E. Farooq- Y 1/2
 Mrs P. Stack - Y3/4  
Mrs M. Khan- HLTA Y 5/6  
Administration Team
Mrs L. Tidswell 

Mrs A. Kelly

 Mrs N. Stephenson  
Kitchen Staff  
Mrs. S. Hussain
Mrs L.Dunkley  
Miss L. Horan  
After school care staff


 Mrs P. Ward  
Miss T. Black
Paediatric First Aiders  
Miss V. Pillinger

Miss E. Farooq


Miss. N. Nicholls

Mrs P. Ward



Our Governors 

The Governing Body of Woodlands C of E  Primary School is a group of parents, staff and members of the local community who oversee the running of our school.  Each is passionate about the school and volunteer their time, away from their busy schedules, to act as a ‘critical friend’ to the school.

The governors also make regular visits to the school.  In this way they get to know the staff, children and parents and are, therefore, better informed about the school they are responsible for overseeing.

The constitution of the Governing Body of Woodlands C. of E. Primary School, September 2023.

Mr M Spink (Head of School)

Mr G. Denison (Chair of governors)

Contact details- any correspondence to Chair of Governors C/O, Woodlands CE Primary school, Mill Carr Hill Road, Oakenshaw, Bradford. BD12 7EZ.


Mr A. Hooton (Trust Governor)

 Jean Marsh (Ex-Officio) 


Copies of the minutes of the meetings and other relevant documents are available at the school on request.

The legal responsibilities of the Governors include responsibilities for the curriculum, appointments and staffing, discipline, financial management, the use and care of the building and reporting to parents.

The Head Teacher is responsible for the internal organisation and management of the school.

Any problem relating to the curriculum or collective worship should be discussed in the first instance with the Head Teacher. Whenever a satisfactory conclusion cannot be reached, a parent can appeal to the Governing body as set out in the school’s Policy for Managing Complaints. The Head Teacher will furnish details of these.

During the school years 2018/2019, 2020/2021, 2021/2022 the Governors did not claim any expenses to which Governors are entitled.