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The governing body has a range of duties and responsibilities. The role of a Governor is to offer challenge and support to the school, acting as a critical friend. Governors have the task of ensuring high quality provision for all pupils results from the joint endeavours of all staff, pupils, and all levels of governance. The Local Governing Bodies play a crucial role in assisting the Trustees in meeting the demands of their accountability, by providing focused governance at local school level, most accountability particularly in representing the views of the school’s stakeholders, including pupils, parents, staff and the local community.

Governors 2022/23

Governors Attendance 2022-23

Emma Newby

Role: Chair of Governors
Business Interests: None​

My background is in Social Work and I have worked in the Boulevard community as a Family Support Worker for the last 15 years.  During that time I have gained a huge amount of insight into Chiltern’s local community and have been an enthusiastic supporter of the work the school has done to engage with that community.  I am currently training to be a Play Therapist and am fortunate to work in a number of other Thrive Trust schools delivering this work.  I have 2 daughters at Chiltern and am passionate about encouraging the school’s work to provide the best education that they can to every child in their care.

Jacqui Marshall 

Role: Head of School
Business Interests: None​

Vikki Mitchell

Role: Parent Governor
Business Interests: None​

Mihaela Ilie 

Role: Parent Governor
Business Interests: None​

Veronica Voinea 

Role: Co-opted Governor
Business Interests: None


Tracey Henry (Co-opted) - Resigned 06/10/22

Lynne Darley (Vice Chair of Governors) - Resigned 21/02/23

Jessica Readhead (Staff Governor) - Resigned 14/03/23

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