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MIREK Gliniecki                             

Trust Governor

Mirek has worked in management consultancy for over 30 years and specialises in strategic business analysis, which includes data analysis, business modelling and simulation, forecasting, financial analysis and cost and risk management.  He also has broad experience of corporate leadership, performance management and organisational strategic planning.

 

Mirek has extensive experience of school governance and is a Director on the board of a large multi-academy trust and also provides support to local authority schools as a Local Leader of Governance.

Declaration of Interests: None

Appointed: By Governing Body, September 2016 (End of Term March 2024)

Maisie Steer-RIchards                                              

Staff Governor

Maisie joined South Camberley Primary and Nursery School as Early Years Leader in September 2020.

Declarations of Interests: None

Appointed: By staff April 2022

thora ray                                         

Trust Governor

Thora qualified as a social worker and worked in various local authority setting, before moving into senior management with responsibilities for services for people with physical and learning disabilities. She later worked in a large London YMCA bringing her specialist knowledge of operational management, contract negotiation and staff development and the development of residential services for people with disabilities to the senior management team. She has just completed her term as a trustee of the Charity.

Thora is a pastoral assistant in her local parish church.

Thora believes that her success, and that of her family, is based on the access they have all had to the education system. She is committed to ensuring that the children at South Camberley Primary School receive the best possible opportunities backed by the specialist and pastoral support that they need to make best use of them.

Declaration of Interests: None

Appointed: By Governing Body, April 2016 (End of Term October 2024)

peter fotheringham                           

Trust Governor

Peter is Head of Design for a professional services team in London, he is a qualified teacher and a doctoral candidate and researcher at the University of Cambridge where he studies the education political impacts of genetic technologies.  He has worked as a teacher and a school leader, business consultant, software developer and economist.

Peter lives within the catchment area of South Camberley Primary & Nursery School and is committed to supporting high quality provision of education to local children.  He aims to support the leadership and the development of the school by drawing on his profesionnal and academic experience. 

Declaration of Interests: None

Appointed: By Governing Body, April 2021 (End of Term March 2024)

rOANE HAYWOOD                                     

Trust Governor

Roane is a qualified teacher and Assistant Headteacher at Kings International College, Camberley with a particular interest in closing the gap and working with disadvantaged pupils.  He has worked in a few educational settings and has a good number of years in industry at leadership level.

Roane is firmly committed to the success of the young and believes that his success is firmly rotted in their education.  He hopes to support South Camberley from a position of a father of three children and his expertise in industry and Education.

Declaration of Interests: None

Appointed: By Governing Body, April 2021 (End of Term March 2024)

nicky wright                                          

 

Executive Headteacher

Nicky is the Executive Headteacher of South Camberley Primary and Nursery school, commencing the role in September 2018.

Declaration of Interests: Executive Headteacher at South Camberley Primary & Nursery School

Appointed: Ex-officio (Ongoing)

 

 

Rachel hope                                           

Trust Governor

Rachel is a mum of two with her eldest child attending the France Hill Drive Campus.

As her role as Governor, she wants to ensure that the school excels in providing a stimulating and inclusive learning environment where children can reach their potential and feel safe and happy.

In her career, Rachel is a commercial property Estate Manager with extensive experience in Estates and Property both locally and in London.  Her current position is held at a large Business Park based in Camberley.  With experience in all aspects of property management and Health & Safety compliance, she hopes to apply this experience in her role as governor to benefit the school.