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Meet the Governing Body

   

 

Mrs Alison Swinney

Chair of Governors

My husband and I have lived in Faversham for nearly 34 years. Our children grew up within the love and support of St Mary of Charity Parish Church family where I have been Churchwarden for the past 3 years. I have 17 years’ experience of working with Faversham primary schools especially supporting and assessing children with special educational needs.

 

If you wish to contact the chair of Governors, then please do so in writing. This can we handed into the school office and will be given to Mrs Swinney on her next visit to school. All post will be dealt with in a private and confidential manner.

 

 

Rev. Simon Rowlands

Vice Chair of Governors

 

 

 

Mr Ray Colyer

Ray Colyer (BAhons)age 68, born in Faversham and lived in the area all my life. Graduate of The Open University. Background in the fire service and industrial and commercial fire safety, now retired. Former pupil of Faversham District School, predecessor to St Mary of Charity CofE Primary School. Chair of Governors. Faversham Municipal Charities nominated Foundation Governor.

 

Mrs Sian Lanceley

Staff Governor

My name is Siân Lanceley and I am a Staff Governor with responsibility for Training & Development and Finance monitoring. I'm employed at St Mary of Charity Primary School as a Higher Level Teaching Assistant where I strive to make a difference to all children's lives by giving them the support and skills to aspire to succeed. As a Governor I am committed to moving SMC forward to be the first choice of school for families in the area and ensuring that children receive the best care and education possible.

When not at school, you will find me playing with my kittens, enjoying cycling, going to the gym and playing in a brass band!

 

 

Mrs Teresa Metcalf

Parent Governor

Hello everyone. My name is Teresa Metcalf. I recently volunteered to be a parent governor, so I could be a part of my girls’ school. I currently work full time as an Environmental Health Officer, I feel the skills I have gained over the years will be beneficial in assisting the school with Health and Safety Inspections.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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