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Mr Frank Hawley

Mr Frank Hawley

Type of Governor: Foundation Governor

Appointed by: Roman Cathoolic Archdiocese of Liverpool in September 2010

Term of Office: 4 years from 11th October 2018

Responsibilities: Religious Education

Committees:

  • Teaching and Learning
  • Pay
  • Staff Dismissal
  • Admissions

What experience does Frank bring to the Governing Body?

  • Frank has been a foundation governor at St Peter’s since 2010 with specific responsibility for RE and has been re-appointed by the Archbishop for a further 4yr, third term from 11th October 2018.
  • He was parent governor at St. Peter’s when his own two children attended during the 1990’s.
  • He was a teacher governor at St John’s and Cardinal Newman High Schools, completing 25 yrs continuous service on their Governing Bodies before his retirement in 2010.
  • Frank was head of the Art and Design Department and Head of House, teaching a variety of subjects, including RE and some PE, at the former St. John’s High School and took up a Head of Year post at Cardinal Newman High School when the school opened in 1991, again teaching Art and Design, RE and some PE.
  • He has worked for the Rugby Football League since 1982, as an active match official, ending his career as a Super League touch judge in 2003. Frank then became a part-time match officials manager for over 4yrs with responsibility for 40 touch judges who operated at Championship club level and has been employed, by the RFL, more recently, as a match assessor, timekeeper or match commissioner. Frank is also a life-member of the Warrington RL Referees’ Society.
  • After retirement from teaching at Cardinal Newman in 2010, Frank worked, part-time, as Attendance Officer and examinations invigilator at Cardinal Newman for a further 6yrs.
  • He is married to Rita, has two daughters and is granddad to Isaac and Darcey, and has lived in St. Peter’s parish since 1978.
  • Frank is active within the parish and is a member of SPAM, helps with various Sacramental preparation programmes and reads in St. Peter’s Church, believing that the school is an integral part of our faith community.
Frank Hawley
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