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Interim Executive Board

June Little – Chair of IEB

Lakers School – Chair of Interim Executive Board (IEB) February 2016
Additional Governor – Lakers & Berry Hill School, Coleford – November 2015
National Leader of Governance – March 2015

I retired as an HR Consultant owning my own company specialising in mergers and acquisitions. I have held various positions over the last ten years including HR Director, Programme Director and Lead Consultant on major change programmes. Most of my experience has been in the financial sector but I have also worked in the Utilities and IT world. Within the Education sector I was elected to the Chair of Governors in September 2010.

 

Hayley James

Additional Governor – appointed November 2015
Additional Governor – appointed to the IEB February 2016
Link Governor – SEND/Safeguarding/Governor Development

I currently work as a Governor Trainer within the Education Performance & Inclusion team at Gloucestershire County Council. I lived and worked in the Forest of Dean for the past twelve years clerking and supporting governing bodies of primary and secondary schools. I recently moved to Gloucester with my husband and three children who are in Key Stage 1, Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 at different schools in Gloucester. I am passionate about making a difference in the education of children through the governing body.

 

Amanda Ford

Additional Governor – appointed to the IEB February 2016

I have been a school governor since 2007 at a Secondary School in Cheltenham and Chair of Governors from 2009 to 2013. I have worked as a Governor Trainer within the Education Performance & Inclusion team at Gloucestershire County Council and have worked with various schools within Gloucestershire. I am a solicitor who has worked both in the UK and was the Chief Magistrate in Kiribati, a group of islands in the South Pacific. I feel that as a Governor, it is important to raise aspirations for the whole school, its staff and, most importantly, the pupils.

 

Joanne Fay

Additional Governor – appointed to the IEB February 2016
Link Governor – Pupil Premium/Head Teachers Appraisal

I have been a governor at an inner city school in Gloucester for nineteen years and Chair of Governor for nine years. I have held various positions in the Education Publishing sector over eighteen years, most latterly as Sales Director. On my retirement 2006, I began working as a governor trainer for the local authority, where I have been involved in providing support for many schools in Gloucestershire.

 

Gareth Hill

Additional Governor – appointed to the IEB February 2016
Link Governor – Budget & Finance Control

I took early retirement from the Civil Service in January 2011, having spent just over 30 years working for the same government department in a variety of roles both in Gloucestershire and in London. I have extensive experience of managing and leading teams of various sizes, performance management and career/skills development of staff, and setting and monitoring delivery of team and personal objective. I am also an experience partnership and customer relationship manager.

Since retiring from government service I have given my time to the voluntary sector. My voluntary activities include being a member and past President (2014-15) of Tewkesbury Rotary Club, giving talks on behalf of the international development charity WaterAid, and helping out at Tewkesbury’s Heritage & Information Centre. I am also a director of and volunteer at Bookworm, which is a community interest company based on Tewkesbury High St, raising funds for Cancer Research UK and local charities and not-for-profit organisations.
I am currently in my fourth year as a community governor at Tewkesbury School where I sit on the Personnel & Student Welfare committee and the Key Stage 4 Raising Attainment & Performance group. I previously spent 7 years (2000-2007), as parent and partnership governor, at Tewkesbury School, including two years as chair.

Publication of IEB Details and Register of Interests

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