Sharon Davies - Head Teacher

I completed my BEd in physical education and mathematics at Chester University in 1987 before taking up a post as a class teacher in Ysgol Llanddulas. I than moved to Ysgol Gellifor in 1993. I am married and have two children, Josh who is 20 and Billie-Jo who is 19. In 2005 I returned to Ysgol Llanddulas as headteacher and was appointed to the same role at Ysgol Llandrillo-Yn-Rhos in 2011.

I am a keen sports person and regularly watch my son and daughter play football and hockey respectively. In 2003 I was awarded PE Teacher of the Year.

Gaynor Highcock - Deputy Head Teacher

My name is Gaynor Highcock and I am currently Deputy Head Teacher at Ysgol Llandrillo-Yn-Rhos. I have worked as a member of staff at the school since 1998. I have had experience teaching most year groups from Nursery to Year 6. I have enjoyed watching the school go from strength to strength and am delighted with the opportunities we are able to offer pupils.

Helen Ansell - Chair of the Board of Governors

Helen Ansell

I am married with four children and have lived in Rhos on Sea for 15 years. I have 15-year-old twins who attended Ysgol Llandrillo-Yn-Rhos, a son in Year 5 and a daughter in Year 1. They have all thrived in their education and this is due to the dedication of all staff in the school who enrich the lives of the children.

Personally I have been a teacher in a local primary school for 18 years. At present I am a Year 4/5 teacher with further responsibilities as the Additional Learning Needs Co-ordinator of the school. I absolutely love being involved in the lives of young people and their families. It is a privilege to be part of their education and to watch them develop into all that they want and need to be

I am a committed Christian and attend the New Life Revival Church. I enjoy music, particularly playing the guitar and piano. In my free time I like spending time with friends and family and visiting places with rollercoasters.

I am extremely proud to be Chair of Governors. The school has outstanding staff who are all totally committed to the success of every child. The pupils are a credit to the school and the local community.

I am committed to the Head Teacher's vision for the school and being part of the school team. Should any parents wish to contact me I am readily available.

Phillip Lord - Vice-Chair of the Board of Governors


Maxen Eames-Hughes

Maxen Eames-Hughes

I have been a governor of Ysgol Llandrillo-Yn-Rhos since 1988. I am a solicitor in Colwyn Bay with my own private practice. I am also currently Chairman of Colwyn Bay Rugby Football Club. I am married with three children and three grandchildren. My wife Nia is a former teacher at the school and my son Daniel, currently teaches a Year 5 class at the school.

Catherine Smith

I moved to North Wales 15 years ago and now have two children in Ysgol Llandrillo-Yn-Rhos. My original working background was in child protection, investigating serious crimes against children. I previously qualified as a nursery nurse and Montessori teacher.

I wanted to be a parent governor in order to support staff and the school community in continuing to deliver and develop a first class educational experience to our pupils and to be able to effect change if necessary.

Louise Bourne

My name is Louise Bourne. I live in Rhos with my huband Neill and our three sons, Harri, 6, Jac, 5, and Dylan, 3. I have been a primary school teacher for almost 20 years and have taught both infants and juniors. I currently work part-time in a school in Ruthin where I teach Year3.

I love being involved in what goes on at Llandrillo and always try to attend meetings/information evenings to keep informed about what is happening. I have also enjoyed taking part in Friends of the School activities, Together Time sessions and school trips. I feel that my experience as both a teacher and a mum will help me in my new role and that being a Parent Governor will be an exciting opportunity to become part of this excellent school

John Davies

I was born in Rhos and still live in the area. I attended Llandrillo School, as did my father, so have strong connections to the school. My granddaughter is due to start nursery in September.

I am a town councillor who represents Dinarth Ward. I am also a retired Principal Housing Officer for Conwy Council and hold a Diploma in Public Administration, an HNC in Housing Management and a Management Diploma.

Cllr Donald Milne

Cllr Dave Roberts

Nicola Hawley

Nicole Williams

Paula Lawrenson