Chair of Governors
Community Governor. Paula left Cornwall at 19 to join the Army and after seven years changed tack completely fulfilling a career in high growth companies resulting in an MBA from Oxford Brookes. Paula has now come home to Cornwall and is Mum to Harry and Rebecca, twins at St Kew. When she is not riding her bike she is selling or fixing them at The Wadebridge Bike Shop or helping run her second business providing nursery equipment hire to North Cornwall.
After studying Graphic Design at Falmouth Art School and Nottingham Trent University, and a stint teaching English in Spain, Emily trained as a teacher at the College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth. With over 15 years experience of teaching all ages, Emily is now a teaching Head of School at Upton Cross ACE Academy. Emily is lead Governor for Safeguarding. Term of office: 16-11-16 to 15-11-20. Declaration of business/pecuniary interest: NIL
Head of Schoolrachelm@st-kew.cornwall.sch.uk
Rachel has been teaching at St Kew ACE Academy since September 2004 and became the staff governor soon after. In May 2017 she was formally appointed as Head of School at St Kew within the Atlantic Centre of Excellence Multi-Academy Trust. Rachel teaches the Reception and Year 1 children in Class 1 in the morning and shares teaching responsibility for this class with Mrs Lee-Ann Robins. In her spare time, she is kept thoroughly busy with both her stepchildren and five grandchildren. Term of office: 01-09-17 - 31-08-21. Declaration of business/pecuniary interest: Head of School.
Linzi is a Parent Governor with two children currently at St Kew Academy (and another two to join in the future). Linzi’s background is in community development and the arts, with extensive experience of working in the charity sector both in the UK and internationally. Currently Linzi and her partner Nicholas own and run a local café and bike hire on the Camel Trail.
I have been living in St Kew with my husband for the last 18 years . I have four children and two grandchildren. My two youngest went to school locally. I work full time for a training company and am a qualified nurse. When not working I enjoy looking after our sheep and poultry, dogs and riding my ancient horse around our beautiful Cornish lanes.
I’m Leonie and I live in St Kew. My daughter attended St Kew school and loved it here, she then went on to Wadebridge School and is now a teacher herself in a London Borough. I have worked for many years in Health and Early years and spent some time setting up Sure Start Children’s Centres. I’m really looking forward being a community governor and to seeing the Early years provision in the school go from strength to strength.
Responsible for Quality of Teaching, Learning & Assessment. Local Business proprietor & trainee person centred therapist. Paul has a background in both mainstream education & alternative provisions in supportive & managerial roles and two boys currently at St Kew.
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