Welcome to our Governors’ section.
Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor.
We have also provided a Register of Governor Interests and an Annual Statement of Issues for your information.
|Simon Speller||Chair of Governors||LEA Governor (Pupil Premium)|
|David Ensor||Chair of Resources Committee||Parent Governor (Budget)|
|Patrick Delaney||Parent Governor|
|Pete Rose||Head Teacher||Staff Governor|
|Bruce Wilson||Curriculum Committee||Co-Opted Governor (Data)|
|Ian Mathew||Resources Committee||Co-Opted Governor (Health and Safety)|
|Gaz Tracey||Curriculum Committee||Community Governor (Safeguarding)|
|Leslie Unwin||Resources Committee||Staff Governor|
|Linda Hinton||Curriculum Committee||Staff Governor|
|Rabbi Michael Standfield||Curriculum Committee||Community Governor (Equality)|
|Hattie Pinon||Curriculum Committee||Parent Governor (SEN)|
|Resources Committee||Parent Governor|
Simon is a Chartered Accountant and a partner in a regional firm. He has two children in the school and has been living in the local area for over 14 years. He volunteered as a governor to become more involved in the local community and to encourage and maintain the high standards of the school. Simon is serving his third term as Chair of Governors and is a local authority governor. He sits on both the Resources and School Improvement Committees. Simon is an avid sports fan and in his spare time can be found at Lords, Twickenham or Stamford Bridge.
Dave has been working for HM Revenue and Customs for 28 years in a variety of roles. He has one child in Colney Heath School. Having gone to Colney Heath school himself Dave became a Governor as he wants to help the school build on its already established high standards. He leads the Resources committee and has specific responsibility for the school Finances
Gaz is a Church of England Minister, working as Vicar of Colney Heath. He has two children in Colney Heath School. Gaz is on the governing body because of his links to the community. He serves on the School Improvement Committee and specific responsibility for the Social, Emotional and Behavioural aspects of the curriculum, Safeguarding and Pupil Voice.