Mrs Charlene Steadman
Parent Governor, Writing & SEND Link governor
Mrs Jodie Flynn
Staff Governor - Headteacher.
I initially joined Heamoor Primary School as Acting Deputyhead in September 2013 at the request of the Local Authority. The following year I was appointed as Headteacher and I am very proud of the journey the school is on.
Prior to this, I have was the Deputyhead of a large primary school in Camborne for 8 years and in amongst that time, I also had experience as Acting Headteacher of another local Penzance school.
I graduated from University in 1999 and have taught in a variety of primary school settings across the Key Stage 2 age range in my home county of Staffordshire before moving to Cornwall in 2005.
Staff, parents, pupils and governors have come a long way together since I joined and, together with the Governing Body, we are all determined to ensure that our children receive the very best education possible. Therefore, as part of the Governing Body I provide relevant information, am held to account for actions taken and work with them to effectively self-evaluate our school and consider the impact of the actions that are taken. I am extremely proud of our school and I am excited to continue to be part of our effective, nurturing and dedicated team.
Outside of school, I enjoy anything that will channel my creativity, jewellery making, painting with acrylics, baking. I also love walking with my dog, the tranquility of gardening or getting lost in a book. A work life balance is a struggle but I love this job and this school so do it willingly with the support of my husband and daughter.
Miss Lianne Mennear
I work as a team manager at Tesco and decided that I would like to use some of the skills I have learnt doing this job in an area where I can make a difference and something that I really care about. Parent governor at the school was the perfect opportunity to do this.
Mr Les Hall
Principal at Mounts Bay Academy
I am a Principal in a local secondary Academy, and have worked in schools for 23 years in various different teaching and leadership roles. I am a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching and an Apple Distinguished Educator.
Mrs Lesley Osborne
I have been employed at Heamoor School for the past 18 months initially as the Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) and in September 2018 I was also appointed as one of the Assistant Headteachers.
I graduated as a Teacher in 1993 and have taught across the Early Years and Primary age range. During a break from schools I worked for 8 years for Cornwall Council as the Senior SENCO for Early Years, training SENCOs and supporting families of children with Special Educational Needs and the Pre-Schools and Nurseries that they attended to ensure inclusion.
I have also worked in an Alternative Provision Academy as a Family Support Manager and for the Disabled Children and Therapy Social Care team for Cornwall Council as a Team Leader.
Over the last 14 years I have held Governor roles at a local primary and secondary school and felt that I could bring that experience to the Staff Governor role at Heamoor. It is an interesting time for education with limited funds and the challenges of the government’s drive for improving standards and results but working with the amazing team at Heamoor to make sure we get it right for all children is a privilege.
Out of school I enjoy gig rowing and coxing gig crews in competitions. I live on a farm with my husband and my daughter and we keep cattle and horses. My son and his wife live in Winchester with my beautiful grandson Teddy. Life is always busy but I love it that way.
Mr Alan Davis
Vice Chair of Governors, Safeguarding Governor, PET board member
Mrs Lyndsay Perry
Mrs Lucy Walsh
Mrs Janet Standring
Clerk to Governors
I have been clerking Governing Body meetings for the past 27 years, originally for the Local Education Authority. I have seen lots of changes during this time, and i now work with a variety of primary schools in the Penwith area, members of 3 Academy Trusts, a school federation and maintained and Trust schools. No two school's are the same, and i find this work both stimulating and varied.
Mrs Carol Breakwell
Carol has wide ranging experience as a teacher, Headteacher, Adviser and Local Authority Associate Consultant and she appreciates the opportunity of working in partnership with Heamoor School and its community to support a sustainable and successful school.
Carol is passionate about enabling all school staff to make learning memorable and real for their children. During her time as Headteacher at Devoran School, where pupils came from a diversity of home backgrounds, socially, economically and educationally, she understood the importance of supporting parents and forging strong community links.
She has a keen focus on developing and coaching sustainable teams and this was recognised when Devoran was judged to be an outstanding school by Ofsted.
Throughout her career she has managed significant change in many settings and she understands how to deal with challenge, manage conflict and support others in coping with change.
Since stepping away from full time headship, Carol has worked with a number of Academy Trusts, mainly in Cornwall, as well as continuing her role as an Associate Consultant with School Effectiveness Cornwall. She has supported staff and governors in the interpretation and evaluation of a range of evidence and data so that they can make consistently sound and secure judgements to inform school self-evaluation.
Carol has past experience as an Ofsted Inspector, External Adviser, County Mathematics Adviser and Primary Strategy Manager. As a result she has worked with many Cornish schools in relation to mathematics, school improvement and Performance Management. She is delighted to be able to continue this work with Heamoor School and its Governing Body.