Tilney All Saints

C Of E Primary School

01553 828 209


Shepherdsgate Road, King's Lynn, Norfolk PE34 4RP

Proud to belong



As a member of the Ely Diocese Multi Academy Trust the school is governed by the members of the DEMAT Board. The scheme of delegation outlines the responsibility of the Local Governing Body whose current members are listed below.

The Local Governing Body take overall policy decisions about how the school is run. They meet once each half term, occasionally more often. The Local Governing Body meets all requirements regarding

Statutory Policies, all of which can be obtained from the school office on request.  These include the school policies on Safeguarding and Child Protection, Sex and Health Education, and Accessibility and Disability Discrimination.

The Local Governing Body operates a system of committees to make

 it easier to deal with some things in greater detail.  These

are for Finance, Curriculum, Personnel and Premises. We also have a committee of Governors who focus on the Spiritual and Christian development of our children. Committees also meet each half term.  

School Governors have legal duties, powers and responsibilities for the school buildings, staff and pupils.  They work together

and they cannot act individually.



The Local Governing Bodies of both Anthony Curton and Tilney All Saints joined to form a joint Local Governing Body in September 2015.

Our present Local Governing Body Governors are:

 Andy Laughton - Chair of Governors

Steve Cozens - Vice Chair

Dawn Liddle - Executive Head Teacher

Lauren Symonds

Alice Williams

Jane Brooks

Mark Bocking

Rev. Martin Dale - Ex-officio

Rev. Barbara Burton - Ex-officio

Richard Hines

Alan Hanrahan

Ann Chase

Magda Collison

Recently resigned Governors

Jan Clubb (Resigned 17th May) 

Bill White - Staff Governor (Resigned 7th July 2017)

Nick Swann (Resigned 7th July 2017)

Sarah Whistler - Staff Governor (Resigned 7th July 2017)

Sue Dickinson (Resigned 27th April 2017)

Heather Smith (Resigned 28th February 2019)

Jo Day (Resigned 28th February 2019)

Steph Brown (Resigned 13th March 2019)

Governor Responsibilities 2016-17

Safeguarding and child protection including Prevent - A Laughton

SEND - H smith

Looked After Children -  H Smith

Pupil Premium - H Smith

Health and Safety - J Brooks

Gifted and Talented/More Able - A Williams

Governor Training - S Kaye (Clerk)

Cluster - Andy Laughton

SMSC including British Values - S Cozens

Website - M Bocking

Breakfast and After School Club - L Symonds

Year Group Governors

Reception - A Laughton

Year 1 - S Brown

Year 2 - S brown

Year 3 - R Hines

Year 4 - J Day

Year 5 - S Cozens

Year 6 - S Cozens

Subject Governors

Maths - A Laughton

Literacy - S Cozens

P.E. - A Williams

R.E. and Collective Worship - Revd. B Burton

If you require any further information about the structure and remit of the members of DEMAT or the board of trustees please contact the DEMAT office - Andrew Read (CEO of DEMAT) 01353652720.

Alternatively please click here to visit their website.

If you would like to see the DEMAT finance report please head over to their website.

Please see below for a list of Governor meetings

The DEMAT board consists of:

Peter Maxwell - Chair

Andrew Read - CEO

Revd Michael G Banyard - Board Member
Keith Carne - Board Member
Sir David Harrison - Board Member
Ven Dr Alex Hughes - Board Member
David Lee - Board Member
Carole Reich - Board Member
Robert L Skelton - Board Member
Serena Standing - Board Member
Hilary Wright - Board Member
Mike Younger - Board Member

Mr Laughton (and the other Governors!) often come in to do an assembly for us. This one was very interesting and taught us all about leprosy and armadillos! 

Safeguarding our children


Senior designated member of staff for Safeguarding  -  Miss D Liddle

Alternate SDP  -  Mr J Wilkinson

Governor for Safeguarding  -  Mr A Laughton


The law requires Headteachers to report any obvious or suspected child abuse. This includes non accidental injury, physical neglect, emotional and or sexual abuse. Headteachers and staff are charged with the duty of reporting whatever their views of the likelihood of abuse.  This procedure is intended to protect our children, and school takes the attitude that when there are any suspicions, it is better to be safe than sorry.  At times, this does mean that Headteachers risk upsetting some parents by reporting a case that after investigation was proved to be unfounded, but it is hoped that parents will understand how difficult it is for Headteachers to carry out this delicate task, and that they act only in the best interests of the children in their care.

We like it when Rev Martin Dale comes in to do our assembly!