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Welcome back everyone. This half term our Christian Value is Respect.


We are a happy, family school with strong Christian values. We all work together to promote a love of learning where children succeed and reach their full potential. We hope you enjoy your visit.Hanley Swan Primary School is part of the Hanley and Upton Educational Trust

Governance Structure

School Governors


Hanley Swan, St Gabriel’s with St Mary’s, C of E Primary School became an Academy on 1st April 2017 as part of a Multi Academy Trust along with Kempsey Primary School and Hanley Castle High School forming the name of the Hanley and Upton Educational Trust (HUET).


As a Multi Academy Trust, the Articles of Association allow for the HUET to consist of up to 5 members and 9 trustees.


In addition each school has a Local Governing Body which consists of up to three Parent Governors, three Staff Governors (including the Headteacher), and up to 5 Appointed Governors. For church schools there will also be a Diocesan appointed Governor.


Please find below a list of HUET Members and Trustees and Local Governors for Hanley Swan School


HUET Members

Jeff Robinson, Chair


Revd. Barry Unwin - Diocesan Representative


Sir Nicholas Lechmere


Marian Walters MBE


Dr David Webster



HUET Trustees

Jeff Robinson, Chair


Lindsey Cooke, Chief Executive Officer & Accounting Officer


Gail Black – Diocesan Representative


Ross Carter


Sue Fitzjohn - Diocesan Representative


Steven Morris


Steven Price


Antonia Randall-Brandwood


Kate Taylor

Hanley Swan LGB




Parent Governors

Gail Black


Hannah Thorley


Clare Walters


Allison Smith



Staff Governors

Anita Wilkins




Adrian Pratley



Appointed Governors

Sally Hargreaves


Sue Roberts


Jane Clive


Hilary Aldous



Foundation Governors

Barry Unwin


Linda Bedford















Company Secretary

Michelle Snape




The HUET is a charitable company responsible for the successful operation of all three academies. Its role is strategic and it delegates day to day management of the School to the Headteacher and the Local Governing Body.