All Governors have signed a Declaration of Personal Interest form, and currently none of them, or anyone close or a blood relation has a significant interest in organisation(s) that may supply goods or services to the school. 

All of our Governors join us for a four year term and are committed to working with our school to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our children.  None of our current governors have any other connection with our school, other than our parent governors, and are not related  to any members of staff.





Mrs Moore was previously deputy head at Bardney Church of England and Methodist Primary School.

She has an Honours degree in English and Classics, which she was awarded in 1999. She then went on to complete a Post Graduate Certificate in Education course.

Her teaching career have been quite extensive and varied, as she has taught  in Buckinghamshire, Gloucestershire and Lincolnshire, where her experience has ranged from teaching Key Stages 1 and 2,  in rural, town and city schools.

Mrs Moore has  been responsible for leading teaching and learning, for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children, developing and supporting other staff, taking full responsibility for the school in the absence of the head and much more besides.

She has also led the development of the Christian ethos at Bardney Primary, as well as initiating a new curriculum in order to provide a high quality, structured, knowledge rich curriculum for the children.

Mrs Moore was graded as outstanding for her support in the leadership and management of a church school in a Section 48 inspection, where denominational education and collective worship was inspected.

Liz has many interests and enjoys swimming, travel, the outdoors and reading. She has a teenage son, who she is very proud of.


Judith lives in Brant Broughton, is married to Peter and has three daughters, each of whom attended the school and progressed to university and their chosen careers. 

She values the wealth of knowledge and experience gained as a governor in both primary and secondary education.  As a governor, experience has enabled Judith to approach and undertake responsibilities with an awareness that benefits the education of all children within the school.  

Judith has a Fellowship of the HCIMA, and Certificate in Education which have paved the road for a career as a lecturer, in Higher, and Further Education and teaching in Secondary Education.  Being a Member of the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors has enabled her to maintain a fervent interest in the quality of teaching, learning and assessment as a moderator, assessor, examiner, which is continuing to date.  

As a governor, I have a responsibility towards Safeguarding, Health and Safety and English within the curriculum across KS1 and KS2 which are subjects of special interest to me. 

Spending time with the family, sharing and experiencing their individual interests is pleasurable. While enjoying the great outdoors and gardening is gratifying. 

Heidi Maclachlan

Heidi grew up in Lincolnshire and attended local primary schools and KGGS in Grantham. She went on to Bishop Grosseteste University in Lincoln, where she gained her qualified teaching status. This was a lifetime ambition as she had always wanted to be a teacher since she was four years old. 

 Her teaching experience has been in local schools at Harlaxton, Grantham and then Brant Broughton, where she has been for nearly four years. Heidi has taught children from the age of four to nine years at the school.  

 Her specialist area of responsibility is maths and she has led the introduction of Power Maths into the school. She also is coordinator for PHSE, ICT and D&T. Heidi became a school governor in the Autumn of 2022. 

 She enjoys going to the gym which she does 4/5 times a week, before coming to work. Heidi also enjoys being in the outdoors and going hiking in the school holidays. Other interests include playing video games like Grounded, reading and doing jigsaws.  

She has an eight month old Bengal kitten called Roo who keeps Heidi amused with her antics like stealing bread from Heidi’s lunchbox before she came to work one day! 


I am a Foundation Governor representing St. Helen’s Church where I am a churchwarden and also an Authorised Lay Minister in our group of parishes.  I am also a member of the Deanery Synod.   

I am a Trustee of the village almshouses and secretary of an organisation called Lincs Friends which raises funds for Lincolnshire charities.  I worked for twenty years for Lincoln Cathedral before retiring.    

I enjoy walking (and showing) my golden retriever, gardening, tennis and reading.


My family and I moved to Brant Broughton in March 2017, having lived in Wellingore and Navenby for the previous 10 years.  My wife and I love the community feel of the village and hope to live here for many years to come. The eldest of our two children started at the school in Sept 2020 (and loves it!), whilst our youngest will be starting a couple of years after.   

I studied Chemistry and French at the University of Birmingham, before starting a career in banking. It wasn’t the industry for me, so I joined the RAF in 2006 as an aircrew linguist. I took my commission in 2016 and now work at RAF Waddington, having previously been at RAF Wyton. 

My main passions are hockey and ultramarathon running, having played hockey for England at a junior-level and have completed several long races ranging from 40 to 109 miles. Family life means my time is limited, so it’s rare that I get out for long runs these days.  

I was previously a community governor at Waddington All Saints’ Primary, which had a very different feel to our school in Brant Broughton.  I love the ethos of the school, the close community spirit and that all of the staff really do have the childrens’ interests at heart in all that they do. 


I am a Parent Governor, elected in November 2021. 

I have always been impressed with the vision and values of Brant Broughton Primary School and the way in which they are embedded. I am committed to ensuring the welfare, choices and opportunities for children within the school.

My professional background is in the public sector and for the past 12 years this has been within senior leadership roles within Local Government including my current role as Director and Deputy Chief Executive of a Local Authority. 

I am motivated by building strong and effective relationships, building trust and empowering teams to deliver. I look forward to supporting the schools continued success and will do all that I can to help shape the future, resilience and confidence of children throughout the school. 

Calum clay

I have lived in Brant Broughton for the last 2 years having previously lived in several of the neighbouring villages. My daughter is currently in Polar Bears and I have two boys, one aged 3 and another aged 1. I have worked in education for the last 10 years, 7 of which I have served as a Headteacher of an Outstanding Primary School in Sleaford. Recently, I also gained experience of Executive Headship running another school in Boston. My passion lies with supporting children with special educational needs and those who are disadvantaged and ensuring that all children receive the same quality education and life chances.

I currently sit on the board for the Lincolnshire Schools Partnership, I sit on the board of the Schools Forum (which focuses on the financial aspect of schools across Lincolnshire) and I am the Chair of Trustees for Brant Broughton Pre-School. I enjoy being active in the community and giving back to it.

In my spare time, I enjoy watching football, spending time with my children and travelling.