GOVERNORS - Roles & Responsibilities
Jamie Stockwell, Chair of Governors can be contacted via the school office on 01923 855864
|NAME||ROLE||ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES||COMMITTEES||DATE OF APPOINTMENT||TERM OF OFFICE||RELEVANT BUSINESS INFORMATION|
|TRACY MADIGAN||Ex Officio Head Teacher||Head Teacher, Safeguarding & Child Protection, Link - Healthy Eating||Resources, L&A||Sept 18||No formal Term|
|JAMIE STOCKWELL||Chair of Governors, Co-opted Governor||Link Governor - Art, Design Technology||Resources, L&A||May 2019||4 Years|
|GLYN DREDGE||Co-opted Governor, Vice Chair of Governors, Chair of Resources||
Link Governor - Geography, Premises
|Resources||May 2019||4 Years|
|NIGEL WRIGHT||Co-Opted Governor, Vice Chair of resources||Link Governor - PE, Premises||Resources||March 2018||4 Years|
|LORA GRANT||Associate Member||
Maths - Subject leader
|Resources, L&A, Curriculum,||Nov 2018||No Formal Term|
|REBECCA ROCHA||Associate Member||English - Subject leader||L&A, Resources, Assessment & Data, GDPR,||Nov 2018||No Formal Term|
|SAM WHITEMAN||Associate Member||Dec 2015||No Formal Term|
|SAMANTHA DAVIS||Parent Governor, Chair of L&A||Link Governor - English, Music/Drama, Pupil/Sports Premium, Curriculum, Raising Standards||L&A,||Nov 2017||4 Years|
|PAUL BEVAN||Parent Governor, Vice Chair of L&A||Link Governor - Science, Assessment & Data, Curriculum, Raising Standards, GDPR, Website/Social Media||L&A, GDPR||March 2018||4 Years|
|PAULA DAVIS||Co-opted Governor||Link Governor - Inclusion & DSEN, Safeguarding & Child Protection, Health Eating||L&A||Dec 2016||4 Years|
|CHARLOTTE RAWLINGS||Co-opted Governor||
Safeguarding & Child Protection, Assessment & Data
Science - subject leader
|L&A||Sept 2016||4 Years|
|PAM CUNNINGHAM||Parent Governor||Link Governor - Extended Services (Clubs etc), Governor Development Coordinator||Nov 2018||4 Years|
|ROSS BRICE||Co-opted Governor||Link Governor - Modern Foreign Languages, Early Years||L&A||Sept 2018||4 Years|
|NICOLE GROSSMAN||Staff Governor||RE & Music - subject leader||L&A||July 2018||4 Years|
|DANA O'DONNELL||Associate Member||Link Governor - Religious Ed, PHSE/SMSC, Policy Review Coordinator||L&A||Sept 2018||No Formal Term|
I joined Shenley Primary School as Head Teacher in September 2018. Having previously worked at Shenley as a Deputy Head I was delighted to have the opportunity to become Head Teacher of such a warm and welcoming school. I am passionate about creating an environment where children grow in confidence and feel they are respected and cherished for being individuals and unique. My aim is to make Shenley School an environment where every child can flourish and thrive.
I joined the governing body in 2014. My wife and I moved to Shenley in 2007 and we have a son in year 6. As Chair, I attend all committee/full governing body meetings. I also visit the school on a regular basis to meet with the Headteacher and receive updates on school progress. I strongly believe that every child deserves the best education possible and it is a privilege for me to be able to offer my support to the school community.
I joined the governing body in January 2016. My wife and I moved to Shenley in 2014 and we have two daughters (aged 2 and 3). I am an underwriter in mergers and acquisitions at Ironshore International, having previously worked as a corporate solicitor at Nabarro LLP in the city. My job has given me the appropriate skills to allow me to assist the school in whatever way I can.
I provide an independent, non-parent perspective to the governing body.
I have lived in Shenley for 5 years since moving from North London. I have two children who attend Shenley Primary School. My professional life has been spent working in Education, for National Charities and in Local Authorities throughout London. I am a Qualified Social Worker and currently work in Hertfordshire. I am a Co-opted Governor and responsible for Safeguarding/Child Protection.
I joined the governing group as a parent governor in December 2017 and I have two children who attend Shenley Primary School. I am currently chair of the Learning and Achievements committee. My professional life has been spent working for a children's charity in humanitarian response. I am excited about the opportunity to make a positive contribution to the education of all the children at our school.
My wife and I have lived in Shenley for the past five years. We have three children and seven grandchildren. I have served as a Governor previously when our children were young.
I am a retired company director and strongly believe in local schooling for all children. I hope that my experience will add to the Governing Body.
Driving forward the improvement at Shenley is a matter close to my heart. Teaching and learning is my passion and I whole-heartedly believe that each and every single child and family that comes through our doors deserves nothing but the best. This is not only in terms of their academic achievement but also allowing every pupil to flourish in every respect so that they are fully confident and ready to move on to the next stage in their education and their future. My role as Assistant Headteacher, Associate Governor and being part of the ‘Learning and Achievement’ committee enables me to promote the highest standards that we all want to achieve and in every facet of school life. I joined the school in 2014 as a Phase Leader and English Lead and during my career I have worked in schools across London. I have two boys of my own, aged 2 and 6, and both them, my husband and I love the outdoors; moving to Hertfordshire four years ago has been a fantastic move for all of the family and a place we now call home.
I have worked as a teacher at Shenley since September 2017 and was elected as a Staff Governor in July 2018. I take a pride in the learning and development that goes on within Shenley Primary and feel that my role as Staff Governor will give me a chance to be involved in some of the decisions in the future of the school. I am a member of the 'Learning and Achievement' committee and I am dedicated to providing a positive and safe environment for the pupils to be a part of.