I have been a church appointed governor at Ingrave Johnstone School since 2008 and have a son who attends the school. I was appointed Chair of Governors In 2017. I am committed to ensuring that children receive an outstanding education within a Christian environment and bring many years of management and analysis experience to my role as a governor.
I have been a Church elected Governor since July 2015 and have recently taken on the role of Vice Chair. I became a Governor at Ingrave Johnstone as I am committed to the school’s Christian ethos and believe that all children deserve an outstanding education with a broad curriculum in a caring, nurturing environment. I have a son and daughter in Key Stage 2. I work for a Professional Services Firm based in the City as Manager of Operations overseeing HR, Recruitment, Marketing and Technical Support. I believe my extensive Administrative experience lends support to the governors and the school.
I was appointed staff governor during early 2014. My three children were pupils at the school and I have been involved in a variety of ways since 1996. Prior to being a full time mother I worked in the finance sector. I value education in its broadest sense and I am confident Ingrave Johnstone School is well positioned to continually achieve high standards within our caring Christian environment.
I have been a member of St Nicholas Church since moving to the area in 2007, I have been a church appointed governor since 2015 and have 1 son currently attending Ingrave Johnstone School and another son who has recently left. As well as supporting the school to maintain its Christian ethos and high standard of education I can offer many years of management skills as well as help create a relationship for the children with British Farming from field to fork through my knowledge of Agriculture.
I was appointed as parent governor in July 2015. My two daughters attend the school. My working background is in teaching; my last post was an Assistant Headteacher in a large secondary school in East London. I currently work in the education department for Essex County Council in a consultancy role. I became a governor, as I hope that my skills and experience in education will enable me to support the governing body and the leadership team in their pursuit of the highest standards.
I have two boys, the elder of whom started at the school in 2016. I became a Diocesan appointed governor in 2017 and am excited about being involved in supporting our school. I believe it is important that children be nurtured to achieve their academic and personal potential within a supportive environment. I also believe it is important they are given the opportunity to understand the love of God and the values of Christianity. Before becoming a Mum, I was a teacher both in the U.K. and in international schools in Hong Kong. I hope I can bring some of this experience to contribute to the life of Ingrave Johnstone.