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Governor biographies

 

Governor biographies


Canon Terry Phipps, Foundation Governor, Vice Chair
Born 1950
School at Cardinal Vaughan School, London W14
University: New College Oxford, Graduate School Harvard, University of Paris, PGCE Univ of Bristol
Head of Modern Languages, Cardinal Vaughan School 1975-78
Seminary Training in Rome 1978-84. Theological studies at Gregorian University
Priest of the Diocese of Westminster from 1983
Appointments: Westminster Cathedral (84-92), Northwood (92-94), Allen Hall Seminary (94-98 - Lecturer in Moral Theology), University Chaplain (98-2001), Spanish Place (01-09), Hertford (09-present)
Governor at St Joseph’s (09-present)
Courses attended: Preparing for Ofsted (5 March 2013), Assessment for Learning (12 March 2013)
School Governor at St Joan of Arc, Rickmansworth, 1992-94, Servite School, Fulham Road (1996-2001 – Chair of Governors for two years)
Appointed Canon of the Diocese of Westminster in September 2016
 
No business interests, No Financial interests

 

Sheron Hynard Vice Chair and Safeguarding governor 

 

I am currently a foundation and safeguarding governor. I have four children at St Joseph's, Year 3, Year 4 and Year 6. My eldest who also attended is at college.  

 

I work within a school setting as a  HLTA in year 3. I have gained experience in EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. I have insightful knowledge of how a school runs from a day to day basis.

 

I feel I will contribute many aspects to the Governors and my knowledge and skill set will be beneficial to help our St Joseph's Community. 

Anthony Holbourn Foundation Governor

 

Anthony spent much of his life teaching in two schools, one in Devon, the other in Enfield, retiring in 2011.  He became a leading pastoral figure in the latter as Head of Year 7, in which capacity he visited most of the feeder primary schools.  He has also been a member of three governing bodies, one of them as Chair.

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