Meet the Governors

Meet the Governors:

The role of the school governor is demanding but very rewarding and is a good way to give back to your local community.  School governing bodies are responsible for working with the school to ensure that it delivers a good quality education. Together with the headteacher, who is responsible for day-to-day management, they set the school’s aims and policies.

All governors attend 2 governors meetings per term- one business meeting and one standards meeting. Please scroll down to meet the governors.

You can find the Governors Register of Interests HERE

You can find the Governors Attendance HERE

You can find Transform Trust’s Scheme of Delegation here.

The Chair of Governors, Rebecca Langton, can be contacted at the school address:

Mrs Rebecca Langton, Brocklewood Primary School, Fircroft Avenue, Bilborough, Nottingham, NG8 3AL.

Alternatively, you can email: governors@brocklewood.nottingham.sch.uk

  • Heather Tarrantheather_tarrant

    Head Teacher

    As the headteacher, I have been a governor at Brocklewood Primary School since the amalgamation of the Infant and Junior Schools in 2012. Prior to this, I was the headteacher of Brocklewood Junior School after spending 3 years as the deputy head. I moved to Nottingham from St Albans in 2003 where I taught for 9 years. I am also the Derby Partnership Lead for Transform Trust, working in partnership with the schools in the Trust in Derby supporting school improvement.

    In addition, I am a mother to two girls and am a parent governor at a primary school in Nottinghamshire.  


    Term of Office Ends: Ongoing
    Appointed by: Ex Officio
    Business or Pecuniary Interests: Trustee of Keys To Success Partnership
    Governance Roles in other Schools: Parent Governor at The Lanes Primary.

  • Sally Overton

    Deputy Head Teacher / Staff Governor

    I joined the Governing Body in November 2016 and have been the Deputy Head Teacher for 4 years.

    I have been a primary school teacher for 33years and have taught at Brocklewood Primary School for the last 27 years.

    I am also an SLE for Early Years and the EYFS governor for another primary school within Transform Trust.








    Date of Appointment: 1st November 2016
    Term of Office Ends: 31st December 2022 (Re-elected in 2019)

    Appointed by: School
    Business or Pecuniary Interests: None
    Governance Roles in other Schools: None
  • Rebecca Langton
    Chair of Governors

    Rebecca Langton is a local councillor for the Bilborough ward and Nottingham City Council’s Executive Member for Communities and Strategic Transport. Rebecca is responsible for issues including street cleansing, community cohesion and working with the voluntary sector, as well as highways and transport investment for Nottingham.

    Rebecca is on the Board of Nottingham City Homes and Nottingham Futures, and chairs the Nottingham Arimathea Trust, a small charity which houses refugees and asylum seekers.







    Date of Appointment: 1st December 2020
    Term of Office Ends: 1st December 2023

    Appointed by: Local Governing Body
    Business or Pecuniary Interests: Councillor, Nottingham. City Homes and Cabinet Member for Communities and Strategic Transport
    Governance Roles in other Schools: None
  • Darryl GormleyIMG_6378

    Staff Governor


    I have worked at Brocklewood for 23 years as a caretaker then Site Manager. Previously I worked for Nottingham county council as a glass cutter and glazier working on council properties.

    I have been a staff governor since 2014 and enjoy the role very much. I am very passionate about Brocklewood Primary School and hope in my role as staff governor I can help Brocklewood achieve its goals.


    Date of Appointment: 1st November 2016
    Term of Office Ends: 31st December 2022 (Re-elected in 2019)

    Appointed by: School
    Business or Pecuniary Interests: None
    Governance Roles in other Schools: None

  • Tanya White

    SENDGovernor

    I have been a primary school teacher for 21 years.  I have taught from Nursery to Year 6 in a number of different schools both in the UK and in Hong Kong.  I currently work for Transform Trust as an Associate Head Teacher.  In this role, I work alongside schools within the Trust to develop teaching and learning in order to make sure all of our children receive the excellent education they deserve.  I have a passion for all things science and technology.

    When I am not working with schools, I have two teenage sons who keep me busy plus two cats, a hamster and several fish!  I also love to sing with a large Nottingham choir.


    Date of Appointment: 10th October 2018
    Term of Office Ends: 9th October 2021

    Appointed by: Co-Opted (Transform Trust)
    Business or Pecuniary Interests: None
    Governance Roles in other Schools: None
  • Christy Clare


    Community Governor
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    Date of Appointment: February 2020
    Term of Office Ends: February 2023

    Appointed by: School
    Business or Pecuniary Interests: None
    Governance Roles in other Schools: None
  • Beverly Graham
    Parent Governor

    I was elected to join the Governing body in February 2020. As well as being a Governor of Brocklewood, I work full time as a supported housing manager and a kickstart mentor to 16-24 year old apprenticeships.

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    Date of Appointment: 4 February 2020
    Term of Office Ends: 4 February 2023

    Appointed by: Local Governing Body
    Business or Pecuniary Interests: None
    Governance Roles in other Schools: None

  • Lucy Cassidy


    Vice Chair of Governors

    I joined as a Governor at Brocklewood Primary School in January 2020. In my day job, I work for Nottinghamshire Local Medical Committee as Practice Liaison Manager where my role is to represent, advise and support General Practice. I have worked in a variety of administrative, management and operational healthcare roles for over 12 years in Nottinghamshire.

    I have a Masters Degree in Public Health and an interest in health and wellbeing in the workplace and hope to bring this knowledge and experience to the role of Governor. I have also previously volunteered for Framework Housing Association as a Mental Health Support Worker and I am a Dementia Champion for Alzheimer’s Society.

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    Date of Appointment:  6 January 2020
    Term of Office Ends: 6 January 2023

    Appointed by: Local Governing Body
    Business or Pecuniary Interests: Nottinghamshire Local Medical Committee
    Governance Roles in other Schools: None
  • Aaron Bird

    I joined the governing body in September 2019 wanting to learn more about the role of school governance as well as wanting to give something back to the local community.  Throughout almost all of my teaching career, I have taught within the NG8 postcode starting at the former Highwood Player Juniors – your friendly rivals from across the field! 

    I am currently the Deputy Headteacher at Robert Shaw Primary, which is also a Transform Trust school.  After only a year as a governor, I am already incredibly proud of the tireless work the whole team does for the children and families, and I look forward to being part of the team and the journey. 
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    Date of Appointment: 7 October 2019
    Term of Office Ends: 7 October 2022

    Appointed by: Trust Appointed
    Business or Pecuniary Interests: None
    Governance Roles in other Schools: None

  • H Tarrant
  • S Overton
  • R Langton
  • D Gormley
  • T White
  • C Clare
  • B Graham
  • L Cassidy
  • A Bird