Listed below are the current Governors at Sir William Robertson Academy.

Ven. B Lucas - Chairman Governor Chairman of Governors/
HTPM Panel
Mr M Guest - Headteacher Headteacher Finance & Audit/Teaching & Learning
Mrs M Moran Parent Vice Chair of Governors/
Teaching & Learning
Mr S Shaw Parent Chair of Finance & Audit Committee
Mrs K Hamilton Parent Chair of Teaching & Learning Committee
Mr B Tear Governor Teaching & Learning
Mr M Davison Staff Governor Teaching & Learning
Mr T Kelway Governor Finance & Audit
Mr M Hollingworth Teacher Teaching & Learning
Mrs S Paddock Governor Teaching & Learning
Cllr B Sampson Governor Finance & Audit
Mr M Phillips Teacher Finance & Audit

Governor Profiles – click to read




The Academy is supported by a well qualified, hard working group of governors listed above. Governors have responsibility for setting the strategic aims, ethos and direction of the Academy; monitoring and evaluating its performance; and determining the resources required to achieve the best possible outcomes for its pupils and the community.  Please find below our governing body details and key documentation.


Any queries can be sent via email to:



Governing Body Meeting Schedule Academic Year 2016/17 (revised Dec 2016)


Please find below a list of useful resources and web links for Governors.

Department for Education

GovernorNet, Official UK Government site offering up-to-date information on all aspects of school governance.

Lincolnshire County Council, Information for people that are thinking of becoming a school governor.

Parent Governor Representatives on Lincolnshire County Council Scrutiny Commitee

Also available to provide a voice to all parents across Lincolnshire are the elected Parent Governor Representatives on Lincolnshire County Councils Scrutiny Commitees.  You can contact them via email

Mrs Emma Oliver-Townrow –

Dr Emile van der Zee –

Mr Craig Miller –

These representatives sit on two committees; the Children & Young Peoples Scrutiny Committee and also the Overview & Scrutiny Management Committee. The former covers all matters child & young persons related, including education, health, leisure and employment.  They have full voting rights on this committee and are there primarily to represent your views.  If you have a matter that you feel should be presented to County Councillors on your behalf please feel free to e-mail on the above addresses.  If you want further information please go to this website.