Foundation Governor, Chair of Governors, Safeguarding, Whistleblowing and Curriculum Governor
I have a background in education and am a practicing Catholic. I am passionate about the school and proud to be serving on a Governing body that puts the needs of the children above all other demands. This is reflected in the high priority given to ensuring that every child receives the best possible opportunities in achieving their full educational potential alongside side fostering their love of God and their neighbour. Our school values and reflects the rich and diverse family heritage of our children which makes St Mary’s a very special and exciting place.
Foundation Governor, Vice Chair of Governors, SEND Governor
I work for the Registration service across Cornwall. I’m thrilled to be one of the school’s Catholic governors and I am excited about being a part of our school community. As a former pupil, I have some lovely memories of the school and I am proud to be able to contribute in any way I can to ensure that our school succeeds and that more fantastic memories are made! Please let me know if there is anything I can help with.
Parent Governor, Statutory Grants Governor
I am married with one daughter who attends the school - a school that she loves being part of! I have over 20 years experience of working in finance and I currently work for a local company as an accountant. Please feel free to come and talk to me if you have any questions.
Parent Governor, Health and Safety Governor
I am a parent at St Mary's with a child in Year 6 and have been a Parent Governor since September 2018.
Foundation Governor, Catholic Life Governor
I was appointed in December 2021 and am an active member of the Parish. I have experience working and volunteering in both Secondary and Primary Schools.
A Staff Governor since November 2019.
Executive Headteacher, Ex-Officio
Appointed in September 2021
Clerk to Governors
I retired from my Administrator role at St Mary's Falmouth in July 2020 after 21 years in post. I have been clerking at Falmouth since 2014 and in 2016 I completed the National College of Teaching & Learning Clerks' Development Programme. I have been Clerk to Governors at St Mary's Penzance since September 2020.
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