Governors

Chairperson / Foundation Governor
Julia Evans

Vice Chairperson /Foundation Governor
Ed Robinson
Eddie was appointed a Foundation Governor in September 2006 and has lived in Maidenhead for 10 years. He is married to Helen and has two sons – Tim and Jamie. Eddie qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 1996 and worked in London until late 2003 when he set up his own estate agency called Robinson Estate Agents in Maidenhead.

Foundation Governors

Vacancy
Dean Bickford
Reverend Jose Claveria
Sarah Armstrong
Parent Governors
Ian Wheeler
Nick Griffiths
Staff Governor
Sandra Barry
Sandra joined the school in 1999 teaching both in the Lower Juniors and Upper Juniors. She has enjoyed the challenge of teaching the older children especially in the preparation for their transition to secondary school. The annual Wales trip for Year 6 children has also proved a highlight since it has offered so many educational opportunities outside the classroom and a bonding experience at the beginning of the academic year. Sandra is married to James (a former foundation governor) and has two daughters Alex and Lizzy who are both past St Edmund Campion pupils.

Headteacher
Patricia Opalko
Tricia is a mother of four, Michael, Amy, Lisa and Simon all ex-pupils of St Edmund Campion.  Tricia has been in the Parish since 1987 and teaching regularly in St Edmund Campion since 1992. She is now in her tenth year of headship and still enjoying the role. Tricia is on the Pastoral, Curriculum, Admissions, Premises, Finance and Staffing Committees.  She occasionally spends some time at home!
Associate Governors
Jennifer Camp-Overy
Alma Powell
Ex-Officio
Debs Buckingham – Clerk to the Governors
I have two daughters. As by profession I am a bookkeeper, I was Treasurer for the PTA from Nov 2003 to June 2006. I successfully applied for the position of Clerk to the Governors in July 2004. I find it immensely rewarding being part of the school community.
LA Governor
Christopher Gregory
I first came to the school in a professional capacity as an Architect when I came to design the new library building.  I gradually became more involved as the project progressed, and assisted the school in applying for a grant from the DfES.  It was suggested I might like to apply to be a governor and gladly accepted the challenge.  I have been a governor since 2001.

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