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'Promoting a love of learning'
'Promoting a love of learning'

Meet the Governors

Meet the Governors

Linda White: Chair of Governors

Being relatively new to this beautiful area, I am proud to be part of the Crosby team. The happy, motivated children and the dedicated, talented staff make a great school.






Liz Lindwall: Vice Chair of Governors


My favourite thing about Crosby school is the children.  They're great fun to be around. Rev Stewart Fyfe


My favourite things about Crosby school are its welcoming nature, its wonderful children, its close-knit community and much more!  Susan Pattinson


Our school is set in the most stunning location.  It's a privilege to come to work here and play a part in shaping the future of the community.  The children are inspirational in every way imaginable.

Duncan Priestley



I am a retired Special Needs Teacher specialising in Autism (ASD).  Having returned to the area I love best of all after being away for thirty years, I am delighted to offer my services to this lovely school.

Alan Woodward


Debbie McCall

I live here in Crosby Ravensworth and I really want to see this school thrive!


Tom Cripps

Having worked and looked after children in the NHS for 40 years I am now semi-retired and living not far from Crosby Ravensworth.  I am looking forward to contributing in a different way to the development of our younger generation.  (Please  note: this is an early picture of Tom and will be replaced by a more recent one now that he has grown up a bit.)


Neil Hughes

I’m sixty–three, live in Bampton, work at Oxfam (Penrith) and am currently a Cumbria County Councillor.  Although I am already extremely busy, I 'volunteered' to act as Local Authority Governor because no-one else would come forward!


John Walton

All the children at Crosby Ravensworth Primary School deserve the best start in life as possible and I hope I can add to the great work already being done.  (John is the one on the left, the other is Charlie!)


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Tom Hollis