Governor Information

Chesterton’s governing body is responsible for the conduct of the school. Governors act as critical friends to the school and support staff in promoting the high standards of educational achievement and personal development that we want for our students.

To contact the Chesterton Governors please contact the Clerk to the Governors via 01223 712 150 (ex 142)

Governors

Name Date of appointment Term of Office Appointed by Position
Simon Peyton-Jones September 2017 4 Years Governing Body Chair of Governors
Jim Warwick February 2013 4 Years Governing Body Vice Chair of Governors
Lucy Scott September 2013 N/A Governing Body Headteacher
Morag Morrison-Helme Sept 2015 4 Years Governing Body Chair of Teaching & Learning Committee
Roger Mann Feb 2013 4 Years Governing Body Chair of Pastoral Committee
Mary Sanders October 2013 4 Years Governing Body Chair of Personnel Committee
Shahida Rahman September 2015 4 Years Governing Body Child Protection Governor
Lucy Lewis December 2013 4 Years Governing Body SEN Governor
Jo Burroughes February 2015 4 Years Governing Body Health and Safety Governor
Kathrine Hutchinson Decmber 2013 4 Years Governing Body Staff Governor
Colleen Lehane March 2016 3 Years Governing Body Staff Governor
Oonagh Monkhouse Sept 2015 4 Years Governing Body Parent Governor
Eva Pepper December 2013 4 Years Governing Body Parent Governor
Peter Rodgers December 2015 4 Years Governing Body Parent Governor
Helen Arnold March 2013 4 Years Governing Body Parent Governor
Shelley Lockwood March 2013 4 Years Governing Body Parent Governor
Luke Tunmer December 2015 4 Years Governing Body Parent Governor
Michaela Eschbatch September 2015 4 Years Governing Body Community Governor
Masum Shaikh September 2015 4 Years Governing Body Community Governor

Governors served in the past 12 months

None

Governor Attendace

 

Transparency and interests

Many governors work in a voluntary or paid capacity in organisations that relate to education; and their expertise and networks are often useful to the school for that very reason.

In the interests of transparency, governors declare what education-related interests they have, in the table below.   If any debate comes up that directly affects their business or other interests, they declare that fact at the meeting and, when appropriate and in consultation with the chair, recuse themselves from participating in any decision-making process.

 

 

Name of Governor

 

Organisation

 

Service

 

Position Held

Anne Constantine None Declared  None Declared  None Declared
Colleen Lehane None Declared  None Declared  None Declared
David James Warwick None Declared  None Declared  None Declared
Eva Pepper Cambridge Youth Opera, Norfolk and Norwich Festival Opera products and workshops. Arts festival bridge organistaion  Trustee
Helen Arnold Self Employed Tutor  None Declared  None Declared
Joanne Borroughes None Declared  None Declared  None Declared
Katharine Hutchinson None Declared  None Declared  None Declared
Lucy Lewis Independent Educational Psychologist  Psychologist services to schools Educational Psychologist
Lucy Scott None Declared  None Declared  None Declared
Luke Tunmer None Declared  None Declared  None Declared
Masum Shaikh None Declared  None Declared  None Declared
Michaela Eschbach Form the Future CIC  Career and employability support for schools  Director
Morag Morrison-Helme None Declared None Declared None Declared
Oonagh Monkhouse None Declared None Declared None Declared
Peter Rodgers None Declared None Declared None Declared
Shahida Rahman None Declared None Declared None Declared
Shelly Lockwood None Declared None Declared None Declared
Simon Peyton-Jones Microsoft IT Researcher
William Roger Mann None Declared None Declared None Declared

 

 

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