Hi I am a parent governor. I live in Bovey Tracey with my husband Mark and our gorgeous daughters Martha (9) and Chloe (8). I work part-time for the National Trust. My role is managing visitor welcome, projects, marketing and communications along the South Devon coast and countryside.
Whilst my two have been at school I helped secure funds from local businesses, trusts and the National Lottery to build the current Adventure Play area, artists coming in to run workshops for the children, and the creation of the nature space area on the school field. I have also been heavily involved in running the nature school programme at Parke for Year 1 & 2.
You can probably tell but I’m particularly passionate about nature and the outdoors, the arts and literacy. I’m incredibly proud of the school and the staff and our children. I'm the Curriculum Lead Governor.
I am a father of two children, including a son in year 6 and a daughter who left Bovey Tracey Primary School in 2018 having been at the school since reception. We live in Bovey Tracey and I work for the Dartmoor National Park Authority where I am responsible for ICT Services and also managing the Authority’s premises including offices and visitor centres. My lead responsibility on the Governing Board is for Premises, Security and Health & Safety which are all areas I am very familiar with through my day job. Prior to working for the National Park Authority I worked in adult education and at a number of secondary schools in Devon. In my spare time I enjoy road cycling and walking on Dartmoor. Both of my children have thrived at Bovey Tracey Primary School and I am delighted to be able to support the staff and wider school community and give something back in any way I can.
I am a mum of two children at Bovey Tracey Primary School. I have 15 years experience working and volunteering with deprived children and young people in voluntary and statutory services. I have a particular interest in mental and emotional wellbeing as well as multi-agency working to achieve the best outcomes for children and their families.
Before settling in Devon, I have lived in various cities around the country and abroad for two years, which was an enriching experience for many reasons. In my free time I enjoy getting out in the countryside with my family in our campervan!
I feel privileged to be part of an inclusive, child-centred, skilled and inspiring school community.
I live in Bovey with my husband Mike (also guitar teacher at the school) and two teenage boys. It has been my privilege to be a governor at Bovey Tracey Primary for several years. My boys left the school 7 and 4 years ago: I don’t seem to be able to leave myself! This is because the school is such a warm and inclusive place to be associated with and I thoroughly enjoy being part of the community of the school.
I am an education adviser working for Babcock LDP supporting primary schools with English. Being involved in education professionally enables me to offer relevant support and guidance to the governing board. In my spare time I enjoy getting out in the beautiful countryside of Bovey Tracey; either walking or running.
I am a father of 2 children, both of whom attended Bovey Tracey Primary and are now at South Dartmoor Community College. I have am a science teacher and curriculum manager in Further Education. My interests are cooking, cycling and travel which I try to combine whenever possible!
I am a mum of two children, one of whom is still at Bovey Tracey Primary School. I used to be
a primary school teacher, mainly working in key stage 2. Prior to teaching, I
volunteered extensively with Greenpeace: on ships, in the London office and around
the world (including much of Europe, Turkey and Brazil). I still have a keen interest
in environmental matters and love how lucky we are to live in such a beautiful rural
location. I am proud to be part of such a caring, inclusive and aspirational school community and love working with all stakeholders, to ensure we get the best outcomes for our pupils and families.
I have 2 children at Bovey Tracey school and I am reassured to know that they attend a school with an inclusive, compassionate and aspirational ethos.
I have over 20 years’ experience of working in large organisations in the private sector and have delivered various roles including audit, commercial management and procurement.
I have travelled and lived all over the country as part of my career in the past but I am so happy to have settled in Bovey and love living here. It’s a joy to be so close to the moor and the sea and in my spare time I love to walk, cycle and swim in our surroundings