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Our Governors play a central role in developing and supporting the school. They meet regularly to discuss every aspect of school development and improvement and bring to these roles a wide range of experience and skill. These are the people who are currently on our board of governors.

 

Headteacher

Miss Lindsay Gabriel

 

Acting Headteacher

Miss Rachel Mollett

 

Chair of Governors

Mr Dean McSweeney
My aim as a governor is to support the staff to ensure the school enhances the lives of all of the children. Wellesley Park is a happy and good school. I hope I can contribute to it becoming a happy and outstanding one. 
 
Before I retired I was a university lecturer, teaching politics. I enjoy gardening (enthusiastic but incompetent), studying philosophy (ditto) and watching football, cricket and rugby (slightly more competent as a spectator than I was as a player).

 

Mrs June Anderson

I joined the Governing Body in July 2014 as the Support Staff representative.  I have been employed in the school office for 14 years and enjoy being able to see the children grow and develop during their time at Wellesley Park.  I am married with two grown up children who both attended Wellesley Park School and it was then that I became a member of the PTA and have had many enjoyable years serving on the committee and supporting events which I still continue to do today.

In my spare time I enjoy travelling, playing in a local skittle team, walking and spending time with family and friends.

 

Trust Governors

Mrs Fiona Hopkins

I joined the Governing Body in January 2013 as a Parent Governor. I have lived in Wellington for 13 years and have three children. My oldest son has now left Wellesley Park , but  my youngest son is in year 4 and my daughter is in year 2. I really enjoy being involved with the school and am proud to see how it has transformed into an Academy.
I work as a Commercial Manager for a major highways company, leading a team of Quantity Surveyors. Although I do not work in education, I have learnt a lot since becoming a governor and consider my work skills and experience transferable to the schools ongoing development. 
In my spare time, when not being 'Mum's taxi service', I enjoy gardening and then relaxing with a coffee!

 

 

Parent Governors

Mrs. Elisa Langley

My name is Elisa and I have lived around Wellington or the surrounding areas for the majority of my life. I am a stay at home mum to my four children, two of whom attend the school in years 1 and 2, and twin two year olds who will hopefully join in 2019.

 

I volunteered for the role of parent governor as I believe the primary years are massively important to children for both education and socialisation and I hope that in this role I can support both the school and its pupils to make the years at Wellesley Park the best they can be.

In my spare time I like to read and attempt to grow my own vegetables.

I have also got to know many of Wellesley Park’s talented, friendly and interesting pupils through my involvement in the School Council and Eco Committee. I can often be found at school and hope other parents feel that they can approach me to talk about the school and/or ways in which they can become involved.

 

 

Associate Members:

 

Mrs Jo McLellan  

Hi. I am Jo McLellan, one of the parent governors and I have a daughter at WP. I became a Governor after the last Ofsted to try to help WP continue on its journey to become the best school it can be, making the most of the great teachers, children and facilities we have here.

With a sales and marketing background, I am currently leading a communications and marketing team, planning and delivering communications campaigns across traditional, digital and social media, as well as measuring success of those activities and overall budgeting. Many of these skills are transferable into the role of Governors.

In my spare time  I enjoy playing netball, spending time with friends and family and getting stuck into a good book.

Wellesley Park Primary School is operated by The Collaborative Academies Trust which is a charitable company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales with company number 8168307. The registered office is at The Mill House, Kings Acre, Coggeshall, Essex CO6 1NY. The trust web address is http://collaborativeacademiestrust.org

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