Governor Membership Wendover Juniors 2022-23.pdf
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I have lived in Wendover and the surrounding villages for over 14 years with my partner and son who moved finished Year 6 at Wendover Juniors in 2017. I am a qualified teacher and have taught in Buckinghamshire primary schools for the last 14 years. I have been headteacher of 2 of these school during that time, both Church schools, and am currently also working with Buckinghamshire Learning Trust as a School Improvement Advisor supporting schools and their governing bodies with school development. I have a particular interest in how pupils learn and growth mindset practices in schools. I was very pleased to have been appointed as an associate governor at WJS in December 2015 and look forward to working in partnership with the school to ensure that all pupils experience the best possible education and are given opportunities to extend their learning experiences.
Dr Christine Lane
Co-opted Governor/Vice Chair
Rev Sally Moring
Vicar & Foundation Governor
I am the Vicar of St Marys Church, Wendover and a foundation governor for Wendover CE Junior School. I have been a governor here for 5 years; previously I have been a governor of a number of CE schools in Hillingdon and the chair of governors of a community school in my previous parish.
Many years ago I taught in the primary sector and so value the opportunity to draw on those skills and knowledge to support WCEJS as we aim to be the school of choice in our community and help the children to flourish underpinned by the Christian values. I am often seen in school leading the Collective worship as we encourage the children’s spirituality and well-being.
Mr Sam Walker
My family moved to Wendover in 2016. We have three boys in or soon to join WJS. I am general counsel for a national property management company and hope to use skills and knowledge from my professional life to help WJS where I can.
Mrs Helen Anderson
Ms Priya Govekar
Mr Andrew Hobson
Mrs Hannah Hook