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Mr Nick Watkins - LA Governor and Chair October 2018

Nick has spent 27 years as a tax professional with HMRC. He is now a School Business Manager in a Surrey Infant school and has been a school governor (in different schools) for over 10 years. Nick first became a governor to contribute something to his community. As time has progressed he has become increasingly passionate about the need for local children to receive quality teaching in a safe and friendly environment. Nick believes that what schools provide now has a profound effect on future lives. He enjoys seeing the impact of our decisions when children gain in confidence and maximise their potential, whether it is sports, drama or one to one conversation in a corridor. He often marvels at what even the youngest children can do.

Mrs Sandy Oldham - Co-opted Governor November 2017


Sandy was appointed Governor in November 2017. Following a career in business management, she spent seven years as the Senior Accountant with a Group owning over twenty schools in the private sector ranging from nursery through Pre Prep and prep to 6th Form Colleges.

A resident of Fulmer Village and having two granddaughters attending infant school, becoming a Governor offered the perfect opportunity to 'give back' within her area of expertise and interest.

Mrs Cathy Hunt - Headteacher September 2011


Cathy joined Fulmer Infant School in 2011 as Headteacher. Previously Cathy was Deputy Headteacher at a large Junior school in Chesham and before that she taught in a number of challenging Primary schools in North London. Her first career was at the BBC as a Producer and Film Director for News and Current Affairs. Cathy has a degree in English Language and Literature from Oxford University and has an NPQH (National, Professional, Qualification for Headteachers). 

Mrs Gill Davey - Co-opted Governor September 2013


Gill has been a co-opted Governor since 2013. Gill spent her career mainly as a SEND teacher in Primary schools. Gill spent the last ten years as a peripatetic behaviour support teacher covering schools in Chiltern and South Bucks. Gill is also a trained Child Bereavement counsellor and has used this training to help children who have suffered bereavement to cope in school. Gill presently works with a tutoring company covering a wide variety of needs.

Mrs Fiona Gray -  Co-opted September 2017

Fiona has been a co-opted governor since 2017. She is a resident of Fulmer and a member of Fulmer Church. Fiona is an actress and currently teaches Speech and Drama (LAMDA) to children with special educational needs at Egerton Rothesay School, Berkhamsted. Fiona has led several annual summer concerts and community events in Fulmer village which have involved Fulmer Infant children and their families. Fiona feels privileged to be a governor and to play a part in the life of our wonderful children, 

Mr Andrew  Simcock- Parent Governor June 2018


Andrew is married with 3 children, lives locally and also attends St Jame's church in Gerrards Cross. He became a school governor in June 2018, shortly after his eldest son joined the school. He has a passion for education and wants to make a positive contribution to the school to support the children grow and learn the skills they need for their future. Professionally, Andrew is a chartered management accountant and a Financial Director within the IT sector. Andrew hopes this lensd itself well to the school and that he can be of benefit to help the school in achieving its strategic objectives.

Mr Jarred Rose - Parent Governor September 2017

Jarred has over 20 years of Pre-hospital Emergency and Critical Care experience. He currently works at a busy surgery in Slough. Jarred is an elected Parent Governor having a daughter currently in year 1. Having extensive health and safeguarding experience, Jarred brings a wealth of information and expertise to our Governing Board.

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