Our Governing Body to represent Earith Primary School.
Chair of Governors, Parent Governor, Safeguarding, Attendance, Health and Safety
I have lived in Earith since 2013 and have one son who attends Earith Primary School.
I have experience of working in schools, as a Teaching Assistant and a Senior
Inclusion Worker. I previously worked for Cambridgeshire County Council as a Family
Intervention Partnership Worker, Playworker and Club Leader.
address: Earith Primary School, School Road, Earith, Huntingdon, Cambs, PE28 3QB
Parent Governor, Single Central Record, Pupil Premium
I have been a governor for seven years, several of them as chair of the governing body.
I have four children, two of whom are at Earith, one at Cromwell Community College and
one pre-school age. My work is also in education as I am a Reader at the University of
Cambridge and Fellow of Gonville and Caius College.
Trust Governor, SEND, Equality
I have been an Earith resident since 2015 and have my two sons attending Earith Primary.
Although my Education Sector background is limited, my role as SEND Governor has shown me the importance of volunteering for such a role.
I am enthusiastic to continue to grow into this role and show my support for my local Primary School.
Trust Governor, Quality of Education, ECT
I have an extensive background in Secondary Education as a teacher of science for 28 years and a Vice Principal at a large inner city Academy for 18 of those years. My main role as Vice Principal was leading the Curriculum development and school standards; however I was also very involved in all aspects of school improvement and pastoral care.
I live in the village and have one Grandson attending Earith Primary School.
Thomas was seconded to Earith in October 2018 as Head of School and never left! He is
now Head Teacher. Thomas has worked in other leadership roles, including Deputy Head
in schools in Norfolk, including where he setup and led a Specialist Resource Base for
children with Learning Difficulties to outstanding status. He is passionate about driving
school improvement in order to provide better outcomes, and therefore, life chances for
the people that matter the most - the children.