Ysgol Y Draig Aims  Rebecca Lloyd-James

Chair of Governors

Rebecca Lloyd James is Chair of the Governing Body at Ysgol y Ddraig. She has been a school governor for many years. Rebecca works as a commissioning editor for a publishing company based in South Wales. She is also the owner of Nickleby’s Bookstore in Llantwit Major. Her three daughters all attended Llanilltud Fawr Primary School, although they are all now in secondary education. "I’m delighted to be involved in the setting up of our new 21st-century school in Llantwit Major and look forward to working with Ty and with all the staff, governors, parents and children over the coming months".

 

Ysgol Y Draig Aims  David Thomas

Local Authority Governor

David Thomas was the Vice Chair of the temporary Governing Body of Ysgol Y Ddraig. He is a Finance Business Partner for a leading financial institution. He is married to Mair and has three daughters. He is enthusiastic about being a part of our governing body to use his many years experience and knowledge towards ensuring the successful future of the two schools. He is eager to work with the community and new headteacher so that the school has the best possible start and delivers the education that the children of Llantwit Major deserve.

 

Ysgol Y Draig Aims  Phillip Hibbert

Local Authority Governor

Phil Hibbert is the Minister of Bethel Baptist Church in Llantwit Major. He has the privileged and unique perspective of being both a governor at Llanitud Fawr and a parent of a child at Eagleswell and is ‘deeply passionate’ about this project. His hopes as a parent for our new school is to ensure that it safe and meets the children’s every need. As a member of the community and the governing body his hopes include a new phase for our town with a school that will not only bring our community even closer but will provide everyone with something that our whole community is proud of.

 

Ysgol Y Draig Aims  John Durrant

Local Authority Governor

I have the privilege of being one of the governors appointed by the local authority to serve on the Governing Body of Ysgol y Ddraig. Before my retirement I worked as a teacher and in local government.  I believe the new suite of buildings and the contribution of the School staff will provide an environment which will help pupils to achieve their potential.  I am also committed to see the School continue to be a resource for the local community.  

 

Ysgol Y Draig Aims  Claire Millar

Local Authority Governor

I am extremely pleased to have been voted onto the GB as a parent representative. I was involved on the temporary GB every step of the way in bringing both primary schools together to become Ysgol Y Ddraig, from advertising for the Head’s appointment, sitting on the panel at interview, the sometimes tricky process of amalgamation and the naming of Ysgol Y Ddraig. "For these reasons and many more I am very keen to be involved in Ysgol Y Ddraig’s future development and helping to make decisions that have the children’s and whole school’s best interests at heart".

 

Ysgol Y Draig Aims  Adrian Woods

Local Authority Governor

During his 35 year teaching career in Lancashire, Adrian was the Headteacher of three different primary schools and an advisor for the Local Authority. He moved to Llantwit Major in 2013 and lives just a few hundred metres from the school. Adrian bowls for Llantwit Major, sings in the St Donat’s Atlantic chorale and was a governor at Eagleswell during its final year.

 

Ysgol Y Draig Aims  James Emery

Local Authority Governor

James is a first-time Parent Governor. He has lived in Llantwit Major for 33 years, is married to Debbie and has 4 children, two of which; Katie and Ben attend Ysgol Y Ddraig. He runs 2 businesses with his brothers – COS Group and Skogstad UK. James also sits on the Board of the South Wales Chamber of Commerce. He is a life-long Cardiff City fan, and is keenly involved in the local live music scene. He is excited about contributing to a new chapter in the education of the young people of Llantwit Major.

 

Ysgol Y Draig Aims  Sally Hanks

Local Authority Governor

Sally has lived in Llantwit Major since she was 5 years old. She has three sons who attended LLanilltud Fawr Primary School and Llantwit Major Comprehensive. Sally sat as a parent governor to both schools some years ago. She decided to stand as a Town Councillor and was elected in May 2012 and has recently been elected as our town Mayor. It is in that capacity that she now sits on the Ysgol Y Ddraig Governing Body as a Minor Authority representative.

 

 

Ysgol Y Draig Aims  Sarah Crowe 

Teaching Staff Representative

Sarah Crowe has been a teacher, initially at the former Llanilltud Fawr Primary, and now Ysgol Y Ddraig since 2006. Sarah has served as a governor since 2011 as an elected Staff representative. She is currently a class teacher in Year 4 and has had experience across all age ranges. She is a member of the Senior Leadership Team and leader of learning for Science and Technology. She has lived in Llantwit Major with her husband and two daughters since 2003, both of whom attended primary and secondary education in Llantwit Major.

 

Ysgol Y Draig Aims  Cheryl Roberts

Non-Teaching Staff Representative

I have lived and worked in Llantwit Major for the last 15 years . Both my daughters attended Llantwit Major Comprehnsive school . Having been an active member on both previous governing bodies, I am thrilled to have been elected non-teaching representative onto our Ysgol Y Ddraig Governing Body . I am excited to be moving forward with 'Team Dragon'; working with the staff and families to build a successful future for our children.

 

Ysgol Y Draig Aims  Harriet Maidment

Teaching Staff Representative

Harriet Maidment started teaching in Llantwit Major over 12 years ago.  She has experienced teaching across the primary phase and is presently teaching in Year 2.  Harriet is a member of the Senior Leadership Team and has responsibility for leading Mathematics and Numeracy across the school. Harriet, who has lived in Llantwit Major for a number of years, has two children who attend the school and so sees the school as an important development for the community as a whole.

 

Ysgol Y Draig Aims  Nathan Mullet

Parent Governor

Nathan is a first time Parent Governor. He attended Llantwit Major Comprehensive School and fulfilled the role of Head Boy in his final year. In 2011, Nathan set up Vale Gymnastics, a highly regarded local gymnastics club which is attended by many of the school's children and wider community of Llantwit Major. He has two children who attend the school and is very grateful and excited to be involved in the success of Ysgol Y Ddraig