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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Governance

The Governing Body of Holy Trinity CE Primary School (Structure)

   

Chair of Governors 

 Mr. L. Lawal 

A former teacher, project manager with understanding of budget, deadlines and deliverables.An analytical, insightful, and highly-disciplined problem solver with appetite for new challenges. Presently a General Data Protection Regulation subject matter expert. I have been a pastor for over twenty years.

I am confident of bringing my professional and ministerial experience and skill to complement the Board to see Holy Trinity School turn around her present position for the better.

Being a school governor will enable me to invest in the learning and development of Children and young people and a way of getting involved in the community.
 

 

Vice Chair of Governors  

Rev. Jim Fletcher (St. George's) 

Revd. Jim Fletcher has been Rector at St George's, Gravesend, since April 2019.  Before that he was Rector at Fawkham and Hartley for 10 years and had been a Governor in two different schools there.  Before ordination, Jim was a youth worker and has a passion for working with young people and for their learning and development.  He very much enjoys leading Worship in school and will be a part of this at Holy Trinity.

 

Head Teacher

Mrs. D Gibbs-Naguar 

 

Trust Governors

 

Ms. A. Hallam  

My name is Angela Hallam and I am thrilled to have been elected as one of the newest Governors for Holy Trinity CoE Primary School who share my values in diversity, inclusivity, respect and honesty.

As a governor, I am committed to ensuring that all pupils have access to the best possible education that the school can provide and for ensuring a safe and supportive environment for the children to learn and thrive. Having lived in Gravesend all my life, I relish the opportunity to making a difference to the education of children in a local school.

I come from an IT background and worked for 25 years for a very large Multinational Investment Management company, supporting colleagues across the Globe. I now work part time for Ellenor as a Ward Clerk and I volunteer in their HR Department. I also have the role as Treasurer of the PTA for the school my daughter attends.

 

Mrs. A Webzell
 

My name is Alison Webzell and I am delighted to have been elected as one of the newest Governors for Holy Trinity C of E Primary School.

As a governor, I want to work with everyone, to ensure  all pupils have the opportunity to achieve their best through the best possible education that we as a school and a member of Aletheia Anglican Academies Trust can provide. I want to work with the school to ensure that we provide  a safe and supportive environment for the children to learn and thrive.

I have lived in Gravesend all my life and have been a member of St George’s Church for nearly 30 years. I currently help with the Children’s work as a Sunday school teacher. I also work locally as a member of the teaching staff at another school within the trust.

 

Mrs. S DaCosta
 

Having worked in education for many years in a variety of roles and having been part of the Holy Trinity family for nine years, I have a very good understanding of the education system and also see the school from a parent’s point of view. Looking for ways to support, encourage and improve Holy Trinity, I believe, takes the whole school - teachers, leadership, governors, support staff, parents and pupils. To me, being a parent governor means supporting, encouraging, and asking questions in order to keep Holy Trinity evolving into an even better place for our children to learn.

 


 

 

 

Mr. M. Dockrell (Staff Governor)
 

I am the Deputy Head Teacher here at Holy Trinity and have taught here for thirteen years across many year groups and in a variety of different roles. Holy Trinity has always held a special place in my heart and I even completed part of my own teacher training here! I am now looking forward to supporting the school and working within a different capacity. For a number of years I have been a Specialist Leader of Education and have supported colleagues in other schools throughout Kent with a particular focus on Initial Teacher Training, Newly Qualified Teachers and Professional Development. Our school is an Advanced Partnership School with the University of Greenwich and I am a Senior Mentor, therefore, I often interview for people to get places on teacher training programmes. Recently I have been accredited with the Church of England National Professional Qualification for Headship (CoEPQH) which has equipped me well for leading within a faith based school and supporting the strategic direction of the school. I honestly couldn't think of anywhere else I would rather work and spend the majority of my time. To come in each day and be blessed with (your) delightful children, a fantastic, hard working staff team and supportive parents really does make each day special and rewarding.

Outside of school I enjoy spending time with friends and family, relaxing with my cat, Bob (I often try and fit Bob into a maths word problem or two) and escaping up to the Lake District for some walks, climbs and quiet moments taking in the idyllic scenery (along with an occasional pub lunch!) I'm looking forward to this new position and all of the exciting opportunities ahead.

  

  • The school’s Christian values of love, honesty and respect are well expressed through its caring atmosphere. This impacts positively on the strong sense of belonging and supporting relationships evident across the school.

    SIAMs 2016

  • Teachers inspire pupils to learn.

    Ofsted 2018

  • Teachers model skills effectively across the curriculum and instil a desire to succeed.

    Ofsted 2018

  • There us a culture of aspiration and improvement across the school.

    Ofsted 2018

  • Relationships are strong and pupils’ good behaviour is reflected in a happy and caring atmosphere, with attendance that is well above the national average.

    SIAMs 2016

  • Provision for pupils who speak English as an additional language is strong.

    Ofsted 2018