St Paul's Catholic College Providing Education For The Diocese Of Westminster
Governors 2020 - 2021
Foundation Governor Vacancy
St Paul’s Catholic College, which continues to develop with the support of our excellent staff and Governing Body and is in the top 10% of schools nationally, is currently looking to appoint a Foundation Governor to join our Governing Body. We are particularly interested in anyone who has an educational background, however, this position is not applicable to any existing parents of St Paul’s children. For further information with regard to this role please contact our Clerk to the Governors, Jo Chappell, directly on 01932 704119 or email email@example.com
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.
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/ SEND Governor
1.9..20 - 31.08.24
I have worked in the Education Sector for over 8 years and at St Paul’s as the Finance Officer for over 4 years now and am delighted to become a Staff Governor. I know it will be highly rewarding to help ensure that every child at St Paul’s receives the very best education and achieves their best possible outcomes.
I am currently studying for a Level 4 Diploma in School Business Management. I am keen to incorporate the new skills and knowledge that I acquire from this into my role as Staff Governor.
Finance & General Resources
18.03.19 - 17.3.23
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
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 (4th 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 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.
Teaching & Learning Committee
20.11.19 - 19.11.23
James Mc Nulty
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.
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
15.11.16-14.11.20 (1st term)
I have many years experience in education. I was a teacher at St Lawrence's RC Primary School in Feltham for over 16 years where I taught in both KS1 and KS2. I was also the RE and Worship Co-ordinator. I have also taught in the London Boroughs of Hammersmith & Fulham and Tower Hamlets. I am currently a Year 3 teacher at Falcons Preparatory School for Boys in Richmond. My Parish is St Lawrence's in Feltham where I am a Eucharistic Minister.
I have a child at St Paul's with another who has now left. I am looking forward to serving the pupils and staff of St Paul's as a Governor.
Spiritual Life Committee
Teaching and Learning Committee.
Vice-Chair to Governing Body/Vice-Chair Spiritual Life Committee
1.9.2020 -31.08.24 (2nd term)
I have worked in people development and managerial roles for the past 30 years. For the last 16 years I have been a Consulting Director for an employee engagement agency based in Farringdon. My role is to support businesses in creating a workplace where everyone can reach their full potential and enjoy their time at work. I support global organisations in developing their strategy and people.
As a director of the company, I am responsible for looking at ways to develop and grow our business.
I am confident that my managerial and behavioural psychology skills will be able to help St Paul’s grow and improve.
I have had two children previously attend St Paul’s and I am honoured to be able to give back something to the school.
Finance & General Resources Committee
1.9.19-31.8.23 (1st term)
I am a Chartered Accountant and have recently retired after a 34 year career in audit, where I was a partner in a major firm. I am a member of various expert committees at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and of the Government’s Financial Reporting Advisory Board. I look forward to playing a part in helping the school to continue build on its excellence in all respects
Finance & Resources
01.01.21-31.08.24 (1st term)
I graduated in September 1976 and began teaching in January 1977. Throughout my teaching career I have taught Economics, Business Studies and Maths.
After some years in the classroom I took a break from teaching to satisfy an interest in financial matters and worked in the Financial Services sector within insurance, investments and banking.
Having satisfied my interests in Finance and Banking I returned to teaching for about 15 more years. Now retired and I can honestly say: “I was born in Blyth but teaching made me!”
Finance & Resources
01.01.21-31.08.24 (1st term)
I have worked in secondary education for the majority of my career. I started as a Business Studies and an ICT Teacher, later leading successful departments and line managing a number of staff For the last 15 years of my career, I had the privilege of successfully leading specialisms in Business, & Enterprise, Vocational and Applied Learning across the whole school. I have also been involved in teacher training, within the school as ITT provision, and working with St Mary's University. I was the Lead Practioner in the above specialisms for the SSAT across the South of England and have run many training courses linked to Teaching & Learning. I am passionate about education in particular enabling all young people to believe they can aim high and giving young people the opportunity to apply their learning to different contexts, thus enhancing their future chances. I retired from full-time teaching 6 years ago and since then I have worked part-time, teaching and mentoring aspiring teachers. I am now retiring fully and I am excited about working with St Paul’s Catholic College as a Governor contributing to the future success of this dynamic school.
Teaching & Learning
18.03.21-17.03.25 (1st term)
Jo ChappellJo Chappell
Clerk to Governing Body
I have been in the post of Clerk to the Governors since September 2014. My role requires me to provide advice to the Governing Body on governance, constitutional and procedural matters, as well as giving administrative support during all Governing Body and Committee meetings
If you are interested in the finding out more about the governing body or would like to be considered as a member please contact firstname.lastname@example.org