Local Governing Committee
- Headteacher: Mrs M Jones
- Clerk to the Local Governing Committee: Mrs Alison Bishop
- Mrs S Yeboah-Jackson - Chair of Local Governing Committee
- Mrs S Bull - Vice-chair of Local Governing Committee
- Mrs J Shaw
- Mrs N Kerin
- Dr N Oguledo
- Ms A Odozi
- Mrs T Harrod
- Mrs Lynne Nixon
The Local Governing Committee at St. Mary’s is, like most Governing Committees, with volunteers drawn from three discreet groups who bring to the school a range of skills and expertise to assist in its governance.
The structure of the Local Governing Committee is made up of Foundation Governors, elected by the Diocese of Brentwood, Parent Governor, elected by parents, Staff Governor, elected by staff; this also includes the Headteacher. Governors serve one term of office, (one term is four years). The Local Governing Committee meet at least once per term and the sub-committees of Premises & Finance and Personnel meet at least every term.
Parents who wish to contact a member of the Local Governing Committee, may do so by contacting Mrs Alison Bishop, Clerk to Governors on:
All correspondence will be treated confidentially.
Attendance Register & Record of Business Interest is located at the bottom of this page.
BEST VALUE STATEMENT - click here
SCHEME OF DELEGATION - click here
GOVERNOR'S REGISTER OF INTEREST - 2020/2021 - click here
GOVERNORS REGISTER OF INTEREST - 2019/2020 - click here
GOVERNORS REGISTER OF ATTENDANCE - 2019/2020 - click here
THE TRUST - click here
|Tamar Harrod - Parent Governor
My name is Tamar Harrod and I was elected as a parent Governor. I have
two children attending St. Mary’s Catholic Primary school and have
experienced first-hand the wonderful ethos and learning environment
that the school provides. I wanted to be part of this and to help support
the staff in ensuring success and happiness for all our children. My
experience is in Finance and Technology and I work as a Technology
Analyst in Leicester Square for the biggest commercial radio station in
Joyanna Shaw - Foundation Governor
My name is Joyanna Shaw, I have been a foundation governor for three
|Serene Yeboah Jackson- Parent Governor
My name is Serene. I am the elected Parent Governor alongside Mrs Harrod. I currently have 1 child attending the school, and 2 older daughters at Secondary School. St.Mary's provides an education to all children, regardless of ability to ensure each child reaches their full potential. This why I wanted to become a Governor. I want every child to be at the centre of all we do, to raise achievement, to ensure wellbeing and to be proud of every child at the school, not just my own.
Lynne Nixon - Staff Governor
Natalie Kerin - Foundation Governor
My name is Natalie Kerin and I am a Foundation Governor. I am an active member of the parish and a confirmation catechist. My eldest son is currently being educated in a catholic school in the local area. As someone with 17 years teaching experience in Thurrock, I have a firm interest in the development of young people. I want to play my part in making St. Mary's the best it can be.
Sarah Bull - Founation Governor
|Ngozi Oguledo - Foundation Governor
I was honoured to be proposed and subsequently appointed as a Foundation Governor at St.Mary's School. As a member of the Teaching profession myself, I hope to bring my skills and religious background to support the life of the school.
|Angela Odozi - Foundation Governor
"My name is Angela, I recall how exhilarated I was to be appointed as a Foundation Governor at St Mary’s School. I am a member of the parish community and actively supports the church, I work with the Local Authority (Homeless Department). I am a professional with BA/Master’s degree in Psychosocial and International Law. I believe that my experience and qualifications would enable me to communicate effectively, listen and contribute positively to the improvement and development of St Mary’s school. My son who is currently in his first year in university, attended St Mary’s School few years ago and I can definitely say that he enjoyed the many opportunities provided by the school, as well as the care he received from the qualified teachers and staffs. Hence, I hold St Mary’s school very close to my heart, as such I am keen to provide my supports and be involved in the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead, in creating a safe and wellbeing environment for the children".