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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



Pat Edwards

Chair of Governors - Additional Governor

Pat’s purpose in life is to support, stretch and challenge children and young people to succeed and therefore is the Chief Executive of NEWTEC, a multiple award winning voluntary sector education and training organisation engaged in the management of childcare settings and the design and delivery of employment pathways for young people, adults and employers.

Pat commenced his career in the construction industry as an Architectural Designer. He then worked for two Local Authorities as a Building Surveyor and subsequently progressed to be a Vice Principal within a large Further Education College. He has also been an Executive Director within a national Housing Association supporting homeless people into work. He holds an MBA (with distinction) and an MA in Management. In addition,

Pat is a qualified lecturer and a Fellow Member of the Chartered Institute of Building, as well as, being an approved Fellow panel assessor. Pat is also a Fellow Member of the Chartered Association of Building Engineers, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management and a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management.

Rosemary Bolton

Vice Chair - Additional Governor

Rosemary has been a Governor since 2006 and is a Hertfordshire Strategic Leader of Governance, supporting and mentoring Chairs and sitting on panels as required. She also sits on school appeal tribunals.

Rosemary was trained as a linguist, translator and interpreter and has worked in various fields from wine shipping to merchant banking.

Rosemary is a Justice of the Peace, chairing adult and youth courts in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, appraising and mentoring other magistrates and sitting on Crown Court appeals. She is also a part of the Magistrates in the Community team.  She is a Hertford Town Councillor, a Trustee and member of All Saints' Church Hertford and Deanery Chair of the Mothers' Union, and is committed to supporting the community, especially children and families.

Tanya Clark

Parent Governor

I have been a governor since March 2018 and am currently a parent Governor at Mossbury, my daughter joined the school in Reception in 2011 and thoroughly enjoyed it through to 2017 in year six where she left and she now attends Secondary school. I wanted to get more involved with school life and decided to join the governing body.

I am currently a Multi site manager for Starbucks which has given me  great organisation skills as well as being part of a strong leadership team and being very in tune with Financial data, these are all skills I feel I can transfer into the role of a governor.

I also have my level 2 in Football coaching and have previously completed a placement as a football coach with another primary school so would be keen to help on the sports side of things. 

Joe Henley

Co-opted Governor

I have been teaching at Moss Bury for 7 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 split my commitments between leading Teaching and Learning as a Deputy Head and teaching 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

Su Johnston

Co-opted Governor

From the early stages of my career with the NHS I have always been a strong advocate of the importance of good education. As a Speech and Language Therapist I worked closely with colleagues in a number of schools supporting children and young people to access education regardless of their ability. This then led me to focus on the wider children's community health services and I have recently retired from a management role for these services in Hertfordshire. Within the NHS I have experience of the many different aspects and challenges of delivering services which reflect the needs of those who use them and I am looking forward to using some of these skills to support Moss Bury School. 

As a new Governor I have been spending time getting to know how Moss Bury works as well as building my knowledge through dedicated governor training. I am the link governor for Health and Safety and will be working closely with the senior leadership team to ensure that we deliver the priorities in this important area

Emma Skinner

Staff Governor

This is my second year teaching at Moss Bury and I really enjoy being a part of the amazing community that we have in and around our school.  I am currently teaching in Year 2 and love being part of a team that puts the children first.  

I decided to be a staff governor here as I wanted to understand more about the processes that drive our lovely school forward and be part of the team that will help us to be the best we can be.  

Being a governor means that I can be a voice for the staff at the meetings, sharing their views and ensuring that we are providing the best possible care and education for our wonderful children. 

Clare Churchill

Associate Governor 

I joined HCC H&S Team in 2015 and have worked for HCC for over seven years. In addition I have a degree in Health and Sports Studies and previous background and qualifications in Human Resources. It was following a H & S audit of Moss Bury Primary in 2018, that I asked if I could assist the school further by becoming a Governor for the school. Moss Bury is a local school to myself, and there is such a lovely feel to the school, but the building has been left behind.  I knew that any additional efforts to bring the school buildings to a standard equivalent to the welcome in the school, would be time well spent and has been a pleasure so far. I will enjoy being a small part of a great transformation for the school under new leadership.


Cathy Holgate

Associate Governor

I am an associate 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.