Minutes from the Full Governing Body Meetings are available to view here.

Meet the Governors

Jeanette Mullen

Jeanette Mullen (Co-opted Governor)

My name is Jeanette Mullen and I have lived near the village for more than 25 years. Both of my sons attended Rangeworthy school and I have remained an active member of the governing body and its place in the community, seeing a number of changes the school has successfully negotiated including the expansion of facilities to meet the changing needs of pupils.  I feel the school is a valuable resource and hopefully my support ‘repays’ the happy and influential years the school gave my children.

I am happy to discuss any issues you may have. I visit the school every Tuesday morning at the start of the day or can arrange to meet you. Please contact me on 01454 228552 or email

Mrs D Hardwick (Foundation Governor)

Jenny Eastment (Co-opted Governor)

I am a Co-opted Governor and currently have two children in the school. I am the Governor responsible for overseeing the provision for SEND and inclusion as well as the use of the  Pupil Premium grant within the school. I wanted to become a governor to use my skills and knowledge of working in a range of different schools to benefit the children in our school. Rangeworthy School is a very friendly school and I see my role, as governor, is to support the school to give our children the best start possible.

Emma Pattullo (Co-opted Governor)

I have been a governor since my eldest child was in Reception; it’s hard to believe that she has now gone all the way through Rangeworthy and is settled at secondary school! I help in school regularly, which gives me a good insight into the day-to-day running of the school beyond the usual governor monitoring. My earlier career was in environmental science and my particular interests as a governor are in supporting science, computing and the creative subjects.

Rev’d Canon David Russell

Rev’d Canon David Russell (Foundation Governor)

Revd Canon David Russell was ordained in 1994 and after serving his curacy in a Gloucester city parish was appointed Rector of the Wickwar Benefice in 1998.  He has been foundation governor at Rangeworthy ever since.  David has two daughters, now in key exam years, and his wife Susanne teaches at Castle School Thornbury, with which Rangeworthy School has a strong association.

David is committed to the strong church School relationship and partnership that has built up over the years. He regularly takes collective worship and hosts events and occasions in the church for the school.

Sue Warnock (Acting Headteacher)

I have been a primary teacher for 20 years and have taught a range of different age groups in a variety of schools. I joined the staff at Rangeworthy in 2001 and currently teach children in years 5 and 6 (class 3).

I really enjoy the challenge of working in a small school and serving this close community.  I have been a governor for just over a year and my responsibilities include working on the finance, curriculum and building committees.

Mrs S Wells (Parent Governor)


Liz Edmunds

Liz Edmunds (Co-opted Governor)

I became a co-opted governor in May 2016.  I am a former secondary school science teacher and since retiring have helped as a volunteer in Class 3 one morning a week.  My three daughters all went to Rangeworthy School some years ago.  It has been interesting to see how the school has evolved over the years and I look forward to helping it develop and progress further during my term as a governor.

Ms Marie Bath (LA Governor)


Mr D Arathoon (Associate Governor)