Our Governing Body consists of 17 governors (excluding associate members) Governors are drawn from the staff, the local education authority, parents and the wider community. All, except the Headteacher, are appointed for a period of 4 years.
I became a parent governor in November 2015. I have four children, two of whom are still at Brookfield at the moment. I am pleased to be part of a strong governing body that is full of people who wish to make Brookfield an even better school than it is now. I previously chaired the Personnel, Salaries and Well-Being committee, and am now Chair of Governors.
Being a governor combines a deep held interest in education with a desire to contribute to the school and local community. My first child started Brookfield seven years ago and my last has now just started in reception. My professional background is in media policy and I bring strategic and management experience. I sit on the Personnel, Salary and Wellbeing Committee, and an Vice Chair of Governors.
I am a former lawyer turned primary school teacher, now teaching at the University of Chichester in the Education Department, specialising in Global Citizenship Inclusion and Professional Studies. I was previously chair of Governors at Brookfield.
I am keen to support the school in its aims to develop outstanding teaching and learning for all children. I live locally and have recently retired from my role developing quality in NHS Screening programmes. The school promotes an ethos of respect and empathy, where diversity is valued and celebrated – both within school and the wider world. It is a real privilege to support the school, previously as Chair of Governors, and as a member of the Personnel, Salary and Wellbeing, the Finance and the Learning and Achievement Committees.
I taught for about 25 years and upon retiring decided to keep my hand in Education by becoming a governor. I am a local and have been pupil, parent, grand-parent and teacher in Camden. I am on the Premises, Learning and Achievement, Health & Safety and Disability Awareness Committees.
I am local parent and a qualified chartered accountant with experience across auditing, financial control and financial strategy. With a keen interest in and passion for the education sector, I have recently made the formal move into academia, having just completed a PhD on audit quality. I feel there are some parallels to be drawn with education quality and hope to combine both my academic and practical experience in a meaningful way to contribute to the local community. I feel immensely privileged to have been co-opted onto the Governing Body and hope my experiences will help the finance committee and the school more generally to meet its objectives.
Most of my architectural career has been spent on educational and community projects, notably 12 years at the Department for Education where I led the early years, primary and SEND design team. I also lived or worked locally for many years. I have a lifelong interest in learning environments of all kinds, including Forest Schools. Now retired, I hope my enthusiasm and experience are of use to Brookfield’s Governing Body and Premises Committee.
I have two children at Brookfield who are having such a brilliant and productive time. I am a teacher, almost all in primary schools, and now part-time in teacher education. I am keen to be involved in the school’s work in developing the character and confidence of every child, whatever their background. I am on the Learning and Achievement and the Premises Committees and am the link governor for pupil premium.
My son James is at Brookfield and my daughter Edie started in Autumn 2019. I am a Partner at PwC in the management consulting practice. I have past experience working in organisations for young people – as a youth worker, teacher and Trustee for a children’s charity. I am very proud to have become a Brookfield Governor in Spring 2019 and sit on the Finance Committee. I want to ensure that our teachers feel supported by the Governors, so that they are encouraged to perform to the best of their ability; and to help deliver really outstanding teaching and learning for children from all backgrounds.
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I have two girls at Brookfield, and am a active member of my school community. I was a class rep for my daughters class PTA and enjoyed it. I decided to recently join the Governors board, so that I can represent the many diverse parents of Brookfield school. I am also a part time student at university studying Film and Media BA.
I am a parent of two boys at the school and we are all very much enjoying being part of this school’s amazing community. My professional background is in neuroscience and mental health. I think the skills I bring to the governor team include the understanding and interrogation of data and understanding and communicating with people. I am keen to be inclusive and feel that listening to the voice of the child, parent, carer and school staff is critical to creating an environment where children thrive.
I am a parent governor and father of two children at Brookfield School. I am a secondary school Physics Teacher and I was previously Head of Science at a North London Comprehensive school. I sit on the Learning and Achievement Committee and my particular interest is the use of attainment data to improve progress.
I am a parent of twins at Brookfield with a committed interest in children’s education. I am a former corporate lawyer now working in television, making history and science documentaries. I feel honoured to be able to contribute to helping Brookfield be the best school it can be.
I had two sons at Brookfield and have a daughter there now. I am pleased to be able to contribute to the life of the school both as a parent and as an associate member of the governing body. My background is in construction engineering and management. I sit on the premises committee.
I have two daughters at Brookfield and am very pleased to contribute to the Premises Committee work as an Associate Member of the Governing Body. I am a RIBA Chartered Architect whose professional experience includes over 10 years in education design working on primary, secondary and SEN school projects in London.
Local authority governor
I am a local authority governor with a strong connection to the school – both my grandsons are pupils and for many years I ran the after-school chess club. I am an architect by profession, with a focus on social housing. I was a governor of Kentish Town CoE Primary for 10 years and I have been trustee of the Kentish Town Community Centre since 2005 where I chair the Premises Committee. I sit on Brookfield’s premises and finance committees.
Headteacher of Brookfield
Year 4 teacher and year 3/4 phase leader
Interested in becoming a Governor?
Becoming a Governor is an opportunity to get involved in the life of the school. Our aim is that our Governors are broadly representative of the community. If you are interested please contact one of us to find out more about the role or email us at email@example.com