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The School Governors

Trinity Governing Body meets twice a term at the Primary phase site. Meetings always start with a celebration of Mass by the School Chaplain, Mother Juliet Donnelly.

Governors are fully involved in the life of the school, with a number of Foundation Governors supporting the Spiritual and worship life of the School on a regularly. Governors often take part in residential events especially those to Walsingham and Taizé.

As well as their statutory obligations Governors exercise the role of 'critical friend' to the school's leadership. Governorship is a time consuming but rewarding role. We currently have a waiting list but if you are interested in being a Trinity Governor please don't hesitate to contact the Chair or Headmaster.

Contacting Governors

In order to contact the Chair or Vice Chair or any other members of the Governing Body,
please write to the Clerk of the Governing Body c/o Trinity Secondary
or email him at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Bridget-Prentice

Bridget Prentice, Chair of Governors, Foundation Governor

Rachel Allard, Foundation Governor

hayley-atwere

Hayley Atwere, Foundation Governor

Richard Evans, Vice Chair of Governors, Foundation Governor

Gail Exon, Foundation Governor

Clerk of Governors

Jane Kustner

Mother Jane Kustner, Vicar of St Swithun’s Hither Green, Foundation Governor

Hilary Leevers

Dr Hilary Leevers, Parent Governor

Dr Lucy Alderson

Dr Lucy Alderson, Parent Governor

Tom Willetts

Tom Willetts, Local Authority Governor

rob-thomas

Rob Thomas, Executive Headmaster (Interim)

Michael Thompson

Michael Thompson, Co-opted Governor

Mother Bridget Shepherd

Mother Bridget Shepherd, Foundation Governor

Val Turkington

Val Turkington, Staff Elected Governor

 

Trinity Full Governing Body meeting in the School Library

governers meeting

Representatives from Trinity Council report to a Full Governing Body Meeting

Why I stood as a Parent Governor at Trinity?
"My son joined the school in October 2011 and during this time I have found the school to be a vibrant and inclusive environment, upholding high standards for all of its pupils and fully embracing the diversity of the local community. I admire the dedication of the school's management team and the governing body and hope I can contribute to the school in equal measure. I value the opportunity to apply my skills to support Trinity and to continue working alongside my fellow governors."

 
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