Mr Tony Bolton (Training and Development Governor) (17.04.2013)
My twins attend Sharnford C E Primary School and the standard of their education is very important to me. I became a Parent Governor just over two years ago because I wanted to be able to gain an insight into our education system and also understand the work that our teachers carry out. More importantly I wanted to make a difference. Being a Governor enables me to play a part in raising and maintaining the high standards of our schools.
Mrs Joanne Bouchard (07.11.2014)
I was appointed to the role of Parent Governor in November 2014. I’m keen to volunteer my time to this role as I’m very passionate about supporting the ongoing success of our village schools. I am a further education teacher and NVQ assessor, with many areas of specialism including Early Years. For a number of years I was the training manager for a nation youth organisation of 26,000 members. Subsequently I have set up my own training business specialising in delivering leadership and management training. I’m a winter sports enthusiast and am thoroughly enjoying the challenges of motherhood.
Mr Colin Hobbs (Vice Chair of Governors) (17.01.2014)
I am a parent Governor who moved to the village 7 years ago and now has 1 child at All Saints with another due to follow in a couple of years. I currently work in the public sector but previously held technical and managerial positions in the cable and telecommunications sector. Having been brought up a dairy farmer I moved to the midlands after leaving school. I hold Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Geographical sciences.
Mrs Emma Knight (07.11.2012)
I joined the Governing Body in November 2012 as a parent Governor to make a difference in the local community and help children to enjoy school as much as I did. I live in Sapcote with my family and my child attends All Saints. I currently work part time for Dairy Crest and spend my other time looking after my two sons.