Academy Council

All State Primary Schools are accountable to their governing bodies, which in turn are accountable to parents and the community. The Governing Body is made up of members of the local authority, community, parents and staff.  Governors serve a term of 4 years and can put themselves forward at the end of their term for re-election.

Attendance Record - Governor Meetings

Littleton Green Community school  - Attendance List 2014-2015

Littleton Green Community school  - Attendance List Finance  2014-2015

Littleton Green Community school  - Attendance List Monitoring 2014-2015

Littleton Green Community School - Attendance List Monitoring 2015-2016

Littleton Green Community School - Attendance List Monitoring 2015-2016

Littleton Green Community School - Attendance List Monitoring 2016-2017

Littleton Green Community School - Attendance List Monitoring 2017-2018

Local Academy Council - Minutes

Littleton Green Community School - Minutes Monday 25th September 2017

Littleton Green Community School - Minutes Wednesday 6th December 2017

Littleton Green Community School - Minutes Monday 25th June 2018

Please Contact Mr David Williams (Chair of Governors) If you have any enquiries, concerns or comments:

Email: dwilliams@littletongreen.staffs.sch.uk


FAO Mr David Williams

Littleton Green Community School

Colliers Way



WS12 4UD


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Category Name Roles
Local Authority Governor David Williams

Hello my name is David Williams Chair of Governors at Littleton Green School where I have been a local authority governor for 9 years.  I can be contacted on david.williams2@staffordshire.gov.uk 

I work at Cannock Fire Station as a Watch Manager serving the community of Cannock and the surrounding area including Huntington. 

I enjoy my role as County and District Councillor for Huntington and feel passionate about supporting the hard working staff at Littleton Green School to deliver the best education possible to our students. You will regularly find me supporting local projects and initiatives within the community encouraging local agencies to work together to deliver a high standard of services for the people of Huntington. I continue to encourage both staff and parents to be motivated to work together supporting and promoting enthusiasm for learning with all our children in Huntington. I would like to congratulate all the staff at Littleton Green School for achieving a good Ofsted report and applaud their on-going efforts to not only maintain this high standard but to go further by achieving an outstanding award at the next assessment.  

John Crump

I am John Crump, married with one child, now living and working in London.

I re-joined the governing body in March 2014 as a member of the parish council. I have been a 
parent governor previously between 1995 and 2007 and during this time also was Chair 
of the governors. 

I am an IT consultant with 30 years’ experience managing systems remotely for companies

Outside of business I have a background in radio engineering, and an interest in all kinds of music. 

Headteacher Lynn Small

My name is Lynn Small and I have been at Littleton Green, previously Huntington Primary, since 
January 2000. From 2006 I have been Headteacher. 

I have worked in a number of schools as ICT co-ordinator, Maths 
co-ordinator and co-ordinating teaching assistants and I have taught in every primary year group. 

My role on the governing body is very similar to that in school where I provide strategic direction 
and vision. This means changing all the time to tackle new challenges but keep the children’s
education as my main focus. 

I have 3 beautiful children and much of my spare time is taken up being “Mum’s Taxi”. 
I am a member of a choir which I love as singing brings great joy!

Staff Governor David Baker

My name is David Baker and I am a Governor and Deputy Head at Littleton Green
Community School. Since beginning my teaching career in Sandwell, in 1996, I have worked in a
number of schools but have taught for the last nine years at Littleton Green. 
I have been a Governor here for five years. The governing body performs many vital roles
including checking and challenging performance, shaping the future direction of the school and
representing the views of the wider community. 
I am married with two daughters: one at high school and the other at primary school. In my spare 
time I love reading, walking my dog Poppy and despite the constant feeling of frustration and 
disappointment that goes alongside it watching the mighty West Bromwich Albion Football Club!

Co-opted Governor Christine Nelson

Hello, My name is Christine Nelson and I was co-opted to the board of governors in 2014. 

My family and I moved to Cannock in 2010 so I guess we are still classed as “newcomers” by 
some of the locals. Two years ago I unofficially retired from my job in a bank to help care for my 
two grandchildren, both of whom attend Littleton Green. Since one of them is only in Nursery, 
I expect to be involved with the school for at least another 6 years therefore I have a good reason 
to want to see the school perform well and be well managed.

In my opinion it is the role of us all i.e. staff, Governors, Parents, pupils and all other stakeholders associated with the school to ensure all the children at Littleton Green are given the best primary
education possible and that they leave here well prepared for the next stage of their education. 

Carol Owen

My name is Carol Owen and I am a governor at Littleton Green Community School with responsibility for Safeguarding. I have a long experience in education. Initially I taught in Further Education Colleges and after a break from teaching I returned to teach in prisons, special schools and then Pupil Referral Units where I was a Head Teacher. I now advise other schools and councils on a variety of education issues and I also help groups who want to open Free Schools. I am also an OFSTED Inspector.
I have two young granddaughters who keep me busy and I enjoy long distance walking as a good way to keep fit.
I enjoy being a governor as it is important that as many members of the community get involved in shaping our schools so they are great places for children to learn. I can be contacted in my role as Safeguarding Governor at


Non-Teaching Staff Governor Paul West

My name is Paul West and I am the Site Manager at Littleton Green Community School. I am also a Non-Teaching Staff Governor. 

I recently became a Governor so that I could make an active contribution to the school. 

In my free time I am a bit of a DIY expert. I enjoy building and creating new projects for my family 
and friends. I also like to do a bit around the house. I also enjoy visiting my holiday home in Wales with my wife and two children.


SUAT supports and leads in the set-up of new academies joining the partnership.  The services provided by the central support function cover both educational and non-educational support.  In terms of educational support, SUAT is linked to the School of Education of Staffordshire University, which is an outstanding ITT provider.

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