Carclaze School Governors
How To Become a Governor
Governor vacancies are advertised with a description of the skills required. There will always be a minimum of two parent Governors. Parent Governor vacancies will be advertised to all registered parents. Interested parents may apply to be selected for this role. Staff Governors are elected by School staff. All other Governors are appointed by CELT. Interested potential Governors may apply for vacancies when advertised.
Governor Training 2018/19
S175 training - Annabelle Coad ✔
Safeguarding training- all governors 6/02/19 ✔
- Governor Conference - Helen Knight/ Karen Littler 30/3/19 ✔
- KTSA Governor Conference - Helen Knight/ Jenny Wood 3/05/19 ✔
- Data training- David Moseley - 14/3/19 ✔
Cornwall Education Learning Trust
St Austell Business Park, St Austell, Cornwall, PL25 4FD,
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CELT Trust Lead: Lisa Mannall
Mr Simon Pollard
Mrs Helen Knight
Chair, Board Appointed Governor 12/05/17
I have been a governor at Carclaze since 2017. I have 3 children, at Carclaze, Penrice and now one at Truro college. My background is that I have been a primary school teacher since 1997. I have taught all ages from 4-11 and I was a member of the senior leadership team at my last school. My life took a massive turn of events when I was diagnosed with a serious illness in 2015. I am now enjoying family time and voluntary work whilst I fully recover. I am still passionate about education and believe that my experience and expertise will play a valuable role in helping Carclaze on their continual desire for excellence and achievement.
Mr David Moseley
Board appointed Governor 29/09/15
I have been a parent governor at Carclaze since Autumn 2015 and currently supporting Maths and Science.
As a chartered chemical engineer, I am currently the Minerals Technology Manager at Imerys and I am hugely passionate about both subjects. My wife Emma works in the school office and I have two daughters in years 5 and Reception, both of whom are thriving in the Carclaze environment. It's a privilege for me to give something back to the community.
Mrs Sara Moult
Board Appointed 16/11/18
Hi, I have been a governor for over two years at Carclaze School including a brief period as the Chair of Governors. My family commitments take me round the world and I am looking forward to a busy year ahead. I have a wealth of experience in education and my most recent role is as phonics assessor across the county. I am passionate about the teaching of phonics and hope that I can lend support and challenge to the school drawing from my own experiences.
Mrs Jenny Wood
Staff Governor 1/6/19
Hi, I am a mother of two children aged 6 and 9. I am very passionate about teaching the next generation and love my job. I have been teaching for 13 years in each of the different year groups in various primary schools in Cornwall. For the past 5 years I have taught at Carclaze. During my time at Carclaze I have undertaken various roles such as Pupil Premium, Real Projects and Science Leads. I have undertaken and completed the National Professional Qualification for Middle leaders. Most recently I have completed the Diploma for Trauma Informed Schools practitioner and plan to implement that at Carclaze through my PSHE and values role. My career has been very exciting at Carclaze with many different opportunities made available to me. I hope as a teacher governor I will learn about different aspects of school life.
Mrs Annabelle Coad
Vice-Chair, Board Appointed Governor 01/02/15
I have been a Governor at Carclaze School for nearly 30 years. I have been a childminder in the local area during this time and my expertise lies in Early Years Education. I am responsible for safeguarding, Early Years and I am also the Whistleblowing Governor.
Mrs Daphne Booth
Support Staff Governor 13/11/19
I have worked at Carclaze School since September 1997- initially the Juniors in main stream and the ARB , in TA and HLTA roles. During my time in the juniors I was Support Governor.
I have worked across all key stages in my role of cover HLTA, in which I cover teachers when they have time out of class. I am also a Cornwall Dyslexia Champion, screening children and helping with the their needs within the classroom.
I look forward to the challenges that my role of governor will present in an ever changing education system.
Mrs Adeline Michel
Board Appointed Governor
I am a primary school teacher in France and family moved in Cornwall in 2018. I am passionate about education, it is important for me to take part in school life. I also have a master degree in research in didactic with special interest in learning processes (reading, writing). New as a governor, I wish to contribute with an outsider perspective. As a personal perspective, this will be the opportunity to meet new people and get involved in the community.
13/11/19 Parent Governor
I am a mother of 4 children aged 9,10, 15, 19. My youngest daughter is currently in Year 5 at Carclaze. I am very passionate about education and am currently studying for an Honours Degree in Children, Schools and Families, having recently completed a Foundation Degree in this subject. I am a lifeguard and swimming teacher at Polkyth Leisure Centre and run swimming lessons at Tywardreath School. For the past year I have also supported Carclaze with their own gala training and will be continuing to do so. I hope with my varied knowledge in education that as a governor I will be able to contribute and support Carclaze as it grows.
Mrs Emma Kiddle
Board Appointed 13/11/19
I have two young children; a four year old daughter, who started in Foundation Stage at Carclaze in 2019, and a son who was born in 2018. I have been a primary school teacher since 2006 and have been teaching in my current school for the last 11 years. I am passionate about education and ensuring that all children are given a variety of opportunities to aspire and achieve. Whilst at my school, I have led a variety of subjects including PE and am currently leading More Able as well as being part of the English team. As part of the governing body at Carclaze, I hope my knowledge and skills can be used to further support the school.