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Welcome to the governors page

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I would like to welcome you on behalf of the Governing Body of Lane End Primary School and thank you for taking the time to look at our website.
The vision for Lane End Primary School is to ensure that all staff have the highest expectations of themselves and the pupils in their care to ensure all children achieve their full potential in a secure and friendly environment. 
We want Lane End Primary School to be the school of choice for all parents within Lane End and the surrounding area. This will put the school at the heart of a community, ensuring that everyone is committed to working together to provide the best possible life chances for the young people and families that the school serves. 
At Lane End Primary School we take pride in providing a personalised education where staff know the children well and give them time and support to explore subjects and develop deep understanding. 
We want all children to strive for academic, creative, sporting and personal accomplishment within a broad, vibrant and enriched curriculum. We celebrate perseverance, resilience and risk taking, ensuring children welcome challenge and are not frightened to make mistakes. We encourage children to take ownership of and responsibility for their learning, so they have the confidence and curiosity to ask questions, solve problems and respond to quality feedback. Children are praised for hard work, determination and having a positive attitude.
It is our aim for all children to leave Lane End Primary School as independent learners with self-belief and an abiding respect for others. We aim to instil a lifelong love for learning and a strong grounding for future success.
As governors, it is our duty to support and question in order to ensure that the high standard of education provided by the teachers and staff is maintained and that the quest for improvement never stands still. 
Our school ethos is based on a positive approach to supporting behaviour for learning which encourages all children to be responsible and respectful.  This is the responsibility of all adults on the school premises, who by their work and their manner, should at all times seek to promote this approach.
Excellent governance means that we as governors embrace this ethos too and help the staff in any way we can to uphold it.
At Lane End Primary School we operate two core committees:
Finance and Administration
Curriculum and Standards
Through these forums the governors are able to monitor, challenge and keep abreast of all school business. 

If you are interested in becoming a governor at Lane End Primary School, we would love to hear from you. Please contact the Chair of Governors via the School Office.

Sue Maddix

Please follow this link for details of the Governing Body committee membership.


Sue Maddix - Chair Of governors

I became a Governor at Lane End Primary School in November 2012 and Chair of Governors in September 2013. I have spent many years working in business and have managed a number of companies in the events and publishing fields. I recently moved to the area and volunteered to become a school governor so that I could make a contribution to the local community. I believe that education is the key to opportunity in a child's life and I am delighted to be a small part of that process.  


Joe Buckhurst

Scott Pash


ruth pole

I have been a Governor at Lane End Primary since our two sons first attended the school. They have now been through university. In that time, I have gained a lot of experience and seen many changes. As the Office Manager at the school, I have been involved with the finances for many years. I strongly believe that, as a school, we have a duty to make best use of the ever diminishing school budget to give the pupils the best education we can. This has been challenging at times but also very rewarding. I live locally and enjoy being involved with the local village school.

debbie williams

I have been the Headteacher at Lane End Primary School since April 2011. In that time, I have seen the school grow and flourish. During my time as Headteacher, I have had many different roles in a range of schools across Buckinghamshire, including Consultant Headteacher for Buckinghamshire Learning Trust, School Improvement Advisor and Local Authority Moderator for Key Stage 1. I am passionate about school improvement and ensuring children recieve the very best education. I am proud to be the Headteacher at Lane End Primary School and I am determined to see every child succeed.


Hannah Brunning

Wendy Smith

My name is Wendy Smith and I have been a Governor at Lane End Primary School since June 2014. I have enjoyed a career in education for over 20 years, and have lived and worked in the High Wycombe area since 1995. For the majority of my career I have taught in primary schools, specialising in working with children with SEN(D); and I am currently employed as Teacher in Charge of a primary Pupil Referral Unit (PRU). I have also worked as a consultant for the Local Authority based with the Healthy Schools team, and was the County Lead for SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning).

I am passionate about working with young people and their families, and believe that children need to feel safe, secure and valued if they are to be successful in school and life. I feel very privileged to be a part of the school community at Lane End Primary School, and look forward to working with you to make the school the best it can be.

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