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Moss Bury Primary School

Where achievement has no limits!

We are currently interested in recruiting new Community and Parent Governors to contribute fresh new ideas to our Governing Body. Please contact the school office to find out more and arrange a visit.

Current Governors

Jon Pace
Chair of Governors 
Parent Governor
Leadership and Management
Registered Interests: None

 

 I am an Accountant with over 20 years of practice experience,  dealing with all aspects of accountancy from personal and  corporate taxation to compliance, with a wide ranging portfolio of  small to medium business including Doctors surgeries,  telecommunication and gaming, as well as clients involved in  Motorsport.

I currently have a daughter at Moss Bury, and became a governor in January 2016 where I currently sit on Leadership and  Management committee.

 Away from this I enjoy Football, Cricket and Golf, and have  suddenly found a passion for cycling and will be completing in  Ride London in 2016 whilst hopefully raising some money for  Anthony Nolan. http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/JonPace

Vicky Hoyte 
Clerk to the Governing Body
Registered Interests: None

 I have very recently become the clerk for the governing body at  Moss Bury. My day job for the past ten years has been in the music  industry, so education is a completely new learning curve for me.  However, with a child just starting his journey in schooling I was  interested in learning more about how schools work and the role  of the governing body.

 I am very happy to be a part of the team at Moss Bury with the  dedicated teaching staff and governors who do a wonderful job.

 

Callum Newbury
Staff Member
Achievement and Teaching
Registered Interests: None

 I have worked at Moss Bury for nearly seven years now. It was my  first position within a school and upon arriving I was blown away  by the positive atmosphere amongst the staff, parents and  children. I currently teach a year six class and have been assistant  head teacher since 2014. I am passionate about providing  opportunities for pupils to excel academically in a safe and  enjoyable environment. I am delighted to be a governor at Moss  Bury School.

 I feel that I can give good insight into the day-to-day life and also  enjoy being involved in shaping the future of Moss Bury, a  community that I am proud to be a part of.

Joe Henley
Staff Member
Achievement and Teaching
Registered Interests: None

 I have been teaching at Moss Bury for 5 years now and, in 2015,  took the decision to become a staff governor in order to be part of  the team that helps make the school the best it can possibly be. In  my view, Moss Bury has such a wonderful community of children,  staff and parents of which we should all be extremely proud. Day-  to-day, I currently teach year 6 and, while it may be turning a few  of my hairs grey, I really enjoy working with our children.  Fundamentally, I became a governor so that I could help improve  links between the governing body and our amazing staff, all with  the overall aim of improving the experience that children have at  Moss Bury.

 I currently sit on the Achievement and Teaching Committee and  strive to do everything I can to lead our school in the direction it  deserves. 

Gareth Linwood
Staff Member (Head Teacher)
Leadership and Management
Registered Interests: None

 I am originally from North London and after qualifying from Oxford  University started my teaching career in Enfield. This is my third  headship having been leading schools since 2003 and I have had  the privilege of leading Moss Bury primary School and Nursery  since September 2010.

 Building the team at our school and leading us from bottom 15%  nationally to the top 2% has been one of my proudest  achievements in education. The team of Governors which  supported this improvement have moved on and we are now  developing a new Governing Body to help us push towards an  ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted grading.  

Rachel Buttress 
Staff Member
Behaviour and Safety
Registered Interests: None

 I am a Staff Governor here at Moss Bury; I started as a Parent  Governor in 2013 and moved to Staff status in Sept 2015 when I  took on the role of Family Liaison Worker. Within the Governing  Body I am Chair of the Behaviour & Safety Committee. 

 I am highly motivated in helping others to achieve and succeed, I  am able to fulfill this through my role here and I thoroughly enjoy  it. I have studied throughout the last 4 years and gained  qualifications relevant to education, in addition I am a trainee  Counsellor close to qualifying.  Previous to this I worked in the  insurance industry where I gained a sound knowledge of business.

 I am keen to support Moss Bury in its vision and contribute to  improve upon its already good status. I am extremely impressed  by the high teaching standard which reflects in academic  achievements, that the children here are happy have a love of  learning and enjoy coming to school. I am proud to be a part of a  successful and driven team. I hope to reach out and build upon  community links and enhance the overall successes throughout  the school. 

Lorna Howard 
Co-opted Member
Achievement and Teaching
Registered Interests: None

 I have been a governor for nearly 4 years. 3 years at another  Stevenage school and now a co-opted governor at Moss Bury  since September 2015.

 I am a teacher at a Stevenage school and have taught briefly at  Moss Bury, which inspired me to become a governor as I really  liked the ethos of the school.

 Before becoming a teacher, I was an accountant for 13 years and  therefore come with a teaching and business background. I am a  parent to 2 young girls and in my very little spare time enjoy the  odd Zumba class.

Nathan Mackey
Parent Governor
Registered Interests: None

 It is a privilege to be a parent governor at Moss Bury school a  position I started in 2013. I have two boys being taught at Moss  Bury so know close hand how dedicated the teachers are to the  teaching profession and in particular achieving academic  excellence to all children at Moss Bury school

 I’m a technical engineer at Sky Sports Studios, based at Heathrow,  London where I teach Thierry Henry the latest football rainbow  flick and Colin Montgomerie how to play golf.

Michael McDonagh
Parent Governor
Registered Interests: None

 

Cathy Holgate
Co-opted Member
Leadership and Management
Lead Governor for Assessment 
Registered Interests: None

 I am a co-opted governor, with 26 years teaching experience at  Moss Bury from Nursery to Year 6. In the latter years, I retrained as  Teacher of the Deaf and ran the Hearing Impaired Unit. I retired a  few years ago to pursue my interests in music, photography and  travelling.  I am back now to Moss Bury - and wish to serve the  whole school community as a Governor and provide an excellent  future for our children.