Chairperson – Richard Savage
Richard was appointed as Chairperson in September 2009. He has two daughters. Richard serves on the Finance and Curriculum Committees. Currently working to assist and support teenagers through education, employment and their movement to adult life, Richard has lived in the Maidenhead area for fifteen years. “I am glad to have the chance as a Governor to support a really good school and to get involved in its challenges and successes. As a parent of a pupil at the school I have a view of how children experience St Edmund Campion, as a governing body we would welcome the views of other parents and children as well.”
I have been a Parent Governor since being elected in October 2008. I am married to Noelle and currently have two sons (James and Joseph) and a daughter (Caitlin) at the school. We live nearby in Altwood Road and support this excellent School in as many ways that we can. I run a busy Construction Cost Consultancy business in Maidenhead which provides building cost advice to the commercial and domestic markets alike. In my spare time I enjoy most sports and spending as much time as I can with my family.
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. Eddie serves on the Admissions and Premises Committees.
Anne Marie Impey
Anne Marie has been Foundation Governor for 5 years and has been a member of the parish for 12 years. She is married to Michael and has 2 boys. She has a background in the chemical industry and works as a Health, Safety and Environment Advisor
Liam Mifsud is the Father of Ella and Alfie Married to Louise, a Chartered Physiotherapist, they have lived in Maidenhead for 13 years. After coming to the UK from Malta to study, Liam worked in the telecommunications industry most recently as Head of a European Project Management team for France Telecom, before embarking on a self employed career as an executive and team coach in January 2007. He is a Foundation Governor and seeks to promote the continued development of St Edmund Campion school as a Catholic school. In his spare time he can be found running on and off road around Maidenhead and beyond.
Catherine and family have been in the parish for 4 years. She has one daughter Lucy and a son James. Catherine is a full-time mother but previously worked as a Research Scientist within the Pharmaceutical industry. Catherine serves on the Pastoral and Curriculum Committees.
My name is Kate Evans and I was appointed as a Foundation Governor in March 2011. I am married to Adrian, and we have 2 children Amelia and Matthew who both attend the school. I grew up within the parish of St Edmund Campion church and left to undertake a career in nursing. I returned when I met my husband and have since remained in Maidenhead. I currently work with my husband in our professional career coaching company. My aim as a Foundation Governor is to ensure that the catholic faith continues to underpin the children’s education within St Edmund Campion School.
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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.
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!
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.
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, and am a member of the Premises Committee.
Appeals must be lodged by 17th May 2013 (20 school days from the date of notification that the application was unsuccessful). The school office will send an appeals form for parents to fill in and return, together with evidence they wish to submit to the appeals panel.
Parents will be given 10 school days notice of the appeal hearing, allowing for extra evidence to be submitted.
For applications made in the normal admissions round, appeals must be heard within 40 school days of the deadline for lodging appeals;
For late applications, appeals should be heard within 40 school days from the deadline for lodging appeals where possible, or within 30 school days of the appeal being lodged.
Decision letters are sent within five school days of the hearing wherever possible.
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