Membership & Register of interests
Liz Woodham - Co-opted Governor - Co-Chair of Governors
I joined Fawcett’s governing body in early 2011 as a ‘community governor’ and then became a member of the Trumpington Federation governing body when it was established. I used to be a primary teacher in north London and now work for NRICH, a mathematics education project based here in the university, so one of the reasons for wanting to be a governor is my desire to see fantastic teaching and learning of maths. However, I am also passionate about primary education being a broad and rich experience for young children. I loved school as a child, and in a very small way, would like to help children in Trumpington enjoy their primary school years too.
Catherine Jones - Co-opted Governor - Co-Chair of Governors
Emily Black - Co-opted Governor
I became a governor in March 2017, shortly after moving to the Trumpington area. As a mother of two young children, I found the importance of high quality early years and primary education to be top of mind, and wanted to contribute. After over a decade in strategy consulting, I'm keen to use my analytical, business skill set to support the Trumpington Federation.
Mark Johnston - Co-opted Governor
Ian Jones - Parent Governor
Ian Jones moved to Cambridge from Hampshire in August 2018 and he has two children at Trumpington Meadows. He joined the Governing Body in October 2018 as a parent governor. His professional background is in education having had senior roles in Development, Alumni Relations and Communications for UK universities and schools, as well as a stint working with a leading consultancy firm. In addition to the main Governing Body, Ian is also a member of the Resources sub-committee.
Vered Frechter - Parent Governor
Ollie Monro - Staff Governor
Oriana Dalton - Ex officio - Executive Headteacher
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