Chair of Governors
I am Chair of Governors. I am also Chair of Governors of another Primary School in Brent and a Trustee of a multi school Trust. I worked in a large Secondary School, in the Sixth Form for 25 years. I also sit on Brent’s Admission and Exclusion Review Panels.
I am very committed to my role as governor and with my many years of experience feel that I carry out my duties well. I keep abreast of recent development by attending training courses regularly. I think I have an insight of how schools operate. Am confident in ensuring that the pupils’ achievements are tracked and any gaps in achievement are closed. I also ensure that the values that underpin the curriculum in the school achieves its objective in educating pupils in the knowledge, skills and understanding that they need in order to lead fulfilling lives. We receive regular updates and presentations from Subject Leaders, who are aware that they will be challenged. I am confident taking difficult decisions, especially if the outcome is for the betterment of the children!
I was appointed National Leader of Governors about 5 years ago. During that time, I mentored 2 Primary Schools’ Chairs of Governors and assisted in setting up Committees and supported the Governors in preparation for Ofsted. I also supported the governing body of the PRU and the HT.
I strongly believe that every child, no matter their background deserves the best education that we can give them.
My background is in education. I have been head-teacher of three schools including one that I led out of special measures. I worked as a school improvement partner for Brent Borough Council for eight years and helped many local schools to improve and to raise their Ofsted ratings. At the same time, I have taught on many professional development courses for teachers at all levels including the National Professional Qualification for Headteachers at the London institute of Education. I am also a SATs moderator for Brent.
As well as being Chair of Academy Board for a secondary school in Bedfordshire for many years, I have been on the Governing Body of Newfield Primary for four years serving as one of two Vice Chairs with responsibility for teaching and learning matters, and I am Chair of the Curriculum Committee.
I have relished the challenge of helping the school to improve and to achieve its Good rating, and look forward to seeing the school go from strength to strength.
Hi, my name is Kimberley, I have two children who attend Newfield and I have been a Parent Governor since December 2020. My professional background and experience is in Human Resources, I am currently a Senior HR Business Partner for an advertising agency. I have more than 11 years of experience in supporting business with commercial growth, human resource policies/practices, inclusion, equality and diversity, learning and development, and wellbeing
Initiatives. Previously, I worked with a digital learning academy, that was regulated by Ofsted and the ESFA, this has given me experience working with the regulatory bodies, giving me an understanding of their guidelines. As a parent, with children in the school, I want to support the school to become the best it can be and providing the best education and opportunities to all children and I feel that my personal and professional experience helps me to do this, in my role as Governor.
My name is Jasmine Lauritzen and I am a Class Teacher here at Newfield Primary School, where I have taught year 6 for the past 5 years. I am a trained secondary school teacher with subject strengths in English and History. I enjoy supporting the school and the curriculum in my role as Staff Governor.
|Hello my name is Mustafa and I'm delighted to be a new governor and to begin at Newfield Primary School. I have lived in West London all of my life and I look forward to supporting Newfield Primary School to provide the best start for the precocious children.|