I am the Chair of Governors. I believe passionately in providing education of the highest standard and thus happy to commit my time and experience to support the School. I am currently the Bursar of Marymount International School, a Catholic Day and Boarding School for girls, which is located in Kingston upon Thames.
Spiritual Life, Finance & Resouces, Headteacher's Appraisal Review Panel
Chair of the Governing Body, Honorary Treasurer
01.02.10 - 31.8.25
|Fr. Philip Dyer-Perry||Foundation||Diocese|
I am Parish Priest of Our Lady of the Rosary Church in Staines and also a Governor at Our Lady of the Rosary Primary School. I see the partnership between school, parish, and home as key to nurturing a caring and effective community in our local area. I am happy to serve this very special and wonderful school as a Governor, as I believe that a thriving and successful secondary school is a crucial part of our community, sharing our Christian mission and educating our young people.
|Spiritual Life Committee||Chair Spiritual Life Committee/|
1.9..20 - 31.08.24
I am committed to supporting the school, its staff and students to continue to deliver excellence.
My background is in the investment, development and operation of the built environment (including schools) and my current focus is property strategy and estate transformation.
As Chair of Resources, my role is to work with other governors and staff to manage resources and provide strategic direction, mindful of the Catholic ethos and objective to deliver the best possible education for all students to progress and perform.
|Finance & Resource, Spiritual Life||Chair Finance & General Resources/Link Governor Data Protection|
1.9.19 - 31.08.23
I have worked in further and higher education for the last 17 years as a specialist teacher and assessor for dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD and Asperger Syndrome. I am currently employed as a disability adviser in a university offering advice and guidance to disabled students.
As Chair of Teaching & Learning and Staffing & Welfare my role is to review the quality of teaching within the school and to monitor the progress of all students; to review staffing, the appraisal process and teacher performance.
|Chair of Teaching & Learning|
Chair Teaching & Learning
10.11.20-9.11.24 (5th term)
I have twins at St Paul's in Year 8 and I am delighted to be serving the pupils and staff of St Paul's as a Governor over the next four years. I have worked in Education in schools in the South East for over twenty five years. I began my career in Hillingdon as a KS2 Teacher and went to be a Deputy Head at two large and successful schools. I retired from full time teaching in December 2018 and since then have volunteered in a local primary and I am currently developing schools' materials for a national charity. Now that I am retired, I am delighted to work with the team of Governors at St Paul's Catholic College and I hope to be able to support the students, teachers and leadership team in any way that I can.
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20.11.19 - 19.11.23
I am the current Headteacher of St Paul's Catholic College. I have worked in this school since 2013 and prior to this I was a Vice Principal in an inner London School.
I have a passion for education and am privileged to serve the young poeple of our thriving Catholic community.
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|Nick Grimmett||Parent||Parents||I am a qualified Civil Engineer with over 25 years' experience within the construction industry, largely focussing on the built environment in support of national infrastructure with responsibilities including construction management, engineering integrity, commercial and budget controls, procurement and competitive tendering and health and safety. I have also previously taken a training role in behavioural management for improved performance. |
I currently have four children at St Paul' s and am dedicated to supporting the ongoing development and improvement of St Paul's.
|Finance & General Resources and Teaching & Learning Committees||||15.11.16-14.11.24 (2nd term)|