Governors

Governing Board at St Alban’s


The Governing Board at St Alban’s C.E Primary and Nursery re-constituted in September 2015 in line with statutory guidelines.

The Board meets six times a year for Full Governing Board Meetings and three times a year for Governor Visits and training.  Every meeting has a very clear focus, as identified by the calendar, to ensure the board is able to be strategic in its approach and challenge effectively. Each FGB meeting has a focus: Resources or Achievement and Curriculum.

Resources meetings address key issues related to finance, premises and personnel. All members of the Governing Board sit on these meetings to ensure strategic and consistent approaches to the schools finances.

Performance related pay is discussed during the first FGB meeting of the year with a resources focus.  

The Governing Board has a clear understanding of its roles and responsibilities. Members keep their knowledge up to date by attending training, reading the most up to date documents and know that they form part of the leadership of the school.

Anyone wishing to contact the Chair of Governors, please email admin@stalbans.camden.sch.uk

Governing Board Academic Year 2019-2020

Father Nigel Palmer - Chair of Governors (Foundation PCC),

Father Christopher Smith - Co - vice Chair (Vicar of St Alban's Church - Foundation Incumbent), RE and Christian Life of the School Link Governor

Lynn Trigg - Co -vice Chair (Foundation LDBS)

Father Eddie Carr - (Foundation Deanery), Health and Safety

Vacancy - (Foundation LDBS)

Giles Wright -(LA Governor), Finance and Website Compliance Governor

Anouk Gouvras - (Foundation PCC), Safeguarding Link Governor

Emma Brooker - LDBS clerk

Kathryn Fitzsimmons - Headteacher (Interim) (ex-officio)

Ann Nkune (Elected Parent Governor), SEN/D, Higher Attainers and Disadvantaged Link Governor

Kate Marshall (Elected Parent Governor, Behaviour and Attitudes (including mental health, attendance and personal development) Link Governor

Charlotte Faulty (Staff Governor)

Elaine Cowin (AHT - Observer)

Jayne Andrews (DHT - Observer)