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Our Governors

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  Our School Governors  

Alison SchulteChair of Governors

I have a long connection with Christ Church School as a member of the parish church and the PCC and also as a former parent- my son attended the school from Nursery right through to Year 6. I live very close by. Having recently retired from a lifetime in teaching, I was delighted to become a governor at Christ Church, where I can continue to contribute actively to education in my own community. I am also able to offer the knowledge and skills I gained as a school leader for many years to my role as Chair of Governors. I firmly believe that a good education that inspires children to enjoy learning and aspire to do their best is the greatest investment we can make for their future. It is a privilege to be involved with this school.

Jason Kosky

I have a daughter at Christ Church and I have been connected with the school for three years. I became a governor because I wanted to give something back to the community and to help ensure that the children here achieve the best possible outcomes.

 

       

Keith Le Bihan

Rob Grover

 

Rob Grover

 

I became a governor through my involvement with Christ Church parish church, my work in the community and my experience in the voluntary sector in fundraising and budget management. I now serve on the Resources Committee.

       
Janis Denselow

Janis Denselow

 

I am a Local Authority Governor. I live nearby and have known the school for many years and joined as a Governor in 2012. I am proud to play my part in Christ Church School's journey to becoming an 'Outstanding' school.

Rev Stephen France

Rev Stephen France

 

Christ Church School was founded by the Rector of Christ Church Brondesbury many years ago and as the current serving Rector of the church, I have an automatic place on the Governing Body. I am delighted to continue the tradition of being fully involved with the school - its staff, pupils and governors.

       
Louise Cullinane

Louise Cullinane

 

I work as a Nursery Nurse in the EYFS. I have been working in Christ Church for the last 30 years and I am extremely proud to be a member of staff here. It is a real privilege for me to be involved in a school which strongly supports the children through the pastoral care given and the teaching and learning opportunities available, which is why I wanted to become a Governor at Christ Church School.

 

Katie Tiller

 

       

Ben Catling

 

I am an associate member and serve on the resources committee. I have worked in Strategy and Corporate Finance in the education space for the last 7 years and became a governor to try to make a difference on the ground. I am honoured to be serving this supportive and aspiring school.

Dessy Ohanians

 

I have been involved in education for over 20 years. Currently I am the Managing Director of London School of Business and Finance in central London. This role gives me the knowledge to be able to recognise and implement good quality education, how to manage tight budgets and help the school raise its profile in the community. I believe these skills will be beneficial to my work at Christchurch. Being a governor especially at a primary school is a privilege for me. It is at this age that good habits can be installed in our children and help them to be successful at anything they wish to achieve.

Julie Harris

 

I have been a parent at Christ Church  for the past 4 years. I am pleased to be a parent Governor as I would like to be involved in the development of the school, the children and their Education.

  Lotis Bautista
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