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Our Governors


Laura McGunigle - (Chair of Governors)

Bio coming soon

Simon Porter (Trust Governor)

Bio coming soon.


Alison Bennett (Staff Governor)

I have been a PE teacher at Litherland High School since 2007. I am enthusiastic about students enhancing their learning, knowledge and skills and receiving the best out of their high school life. Over the years, I have developed good relationships with staff, students, parents and the community. I have been involved in a number of school shows, exchange visits and sporting events and know how important they are to the students at Litherland High School. Before teaching I completed a 3 year Sports Development degree at Liverpool John Moore's University and then continued for an extra year to complete a PGCE in PE. During my time at university, I travelled to the USA to work at a Summer camp where I was a lifeguard and swimming teacher. I thoroughly enjoy working alongside the other members of the governing body.

Karen Lynskey (Trust Governor)

I am the headteacher at Rowan Park School. 


Adele Browne (Parent Governor)

I work part-time and also volunteer in the local community. I have been married for 17 years, and I have two daughters, one who has left Litherland High and another who is still here.

I am passionate about children receiving a good education and enjoying their time at school which is why I am a school governor.

Litherland High School - Our Governors

Zeeshan Saeed (Trust Governor)

Bio coming soon.


Colin Skidmore (Parent Governor)

I work as a Business Analyst for a computer services company. I am married to Jenny, and we have three children, Matthew, Katie and Lucy. I believe that every child deserves a quality education, that identifies their strengths and allows them to achieve their potential, and to realise that there are many opportunities open to do this. A positive, inclusive and caring environment is crucial to this, and I believe that Litherland High School is striving to create this environment, and to improve our links with the wider community, and as a Governing body, it is crucial we support and challenge this.