Meet the Governors

 

Mrs Nadine Siddall

 

I am a retired teacher with 10 years experience in Yorkshire and 15 in Suffolk.I am currently the Chair of Governors and it is a great privilege to hold this position.  I strongly believe that our children deserve to be in one of the best schools in the country.  All the governors and I will relentlessly drive towards improvement and excellence to achieve this ambition.I am also responsible for Literacy.  My priority is for all the children to have strong Literacy skills, to be supported and challenged to achieve success.

 

‘Revd Don Nichols

Thirty-seven years in the finance industry before retraining as a minister in the United Reformed Church with a role specifically focussed on families and schools. My role as Governor has responsibilities for Finance, Pupil Premium resource and the Spiritual, Social and Moral areas of our school’s life.

Mrs Kate Cook

I am a Parent Governor and currently have 3 children at the school.  I work for EDF Energy within a busy office.  I feel strongly that our children should be able to attend our local school and know that they are getting the best possible education, not having to travel to achieve this.  Being a busy parent, the support of the school to help nurture our childrens indiviuality and to develop a love for learning is important to me to help for their future.

 

Mrs Brenda Smith

 

I was born in Halesworth and went to Edgar Sewter Primary School as a child. Having left Suffolk to study, I took up my first teaching job in Hampshire before travelling and working in Africa. Eventually, I returned to Suffolk, where my children were born and as they grew up I spent 15 very happy years teaching Science at Halesworth Middle School. In 2008, I went to work in the Middle East and since my return I have taught in local high schools and become a STEM ambassador. I am also enjoying getting involved as a governor of the fantastic school that Edgar Sewter has become.

 

Mrs Dawn Stanborough

After working at Edgar Sewter for a number of years supporting children with their education and all round development I moved on to a local college to teach and assess childcare students. I strongly believe in the holistic approach to working with children. Their health and wellbeing is fundamental to the enjoyment of education and can inspire them to achieve their own personal goals. I like to keep up to date with current research and practice and recently undertook mental health first aid training.

 

Antonio Straughn

 

In my role as Parent Governor, I am responsible for various grants and funds for our school. I am an award-winning composer of dance music and have had numerous chart successes. I have an internet business and so aware of many global issues. My focus for our school is resources and quality of learning.

 

 

 

 

Miss Katherine Milk Head Teacher

Lisa Wood
Deputy Head

I have been the Deputy Head at Edgar Sewter for over 13 years and am very proud to be a part of such a lovely school.  We work hard as a team to provide the best possible all round education we can for the pupils.  I am responsible for assessment, the curriculum and attendance, among other things!  In my spare time I run a local cub group and I enjoy swimming and days out with my children.

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