Meet the Governors
The LGB exists to:
- Put in place the long term vision and strategic direction of the school
- Monitor the educational performance of the school and its pupils
- Oversee the financial performance of the school and ensure that money is well spent
Our role is to ensure that Thomas Eaton constantly and consistently delivers on its visions and values: essentially, to ensure that every child achieves the highest possible standards through our relentless focus on high quality teaching and learning.
The LGB also oversees admission, staff employment and buildings management.
The current LGB comprises:
- Nicola Jones – Headteacher
- Katharine Bultitude – Staff Governor
- Debbie Sycamore - Staff Governor
- Giles Davis - Parent Governor
- Pete Holland – Parent Governor
- Deborah Smith - Parent Governor
- Emily Patrick-Brown - Co-opted Governor
I joined Thomas Eaton Primary Academy in March 2018, having moved from Glebelands School within DLPT. Prior to that I was Head Teacher of a small school in East Cambridgeshire. I have been fortunate to have worked in six primary schools in Cambridgeshire and have held the post of SENDCo in several of these schools. I am extremely proud of Thomas Eaton Primary Academy. It is a wonderful place to work and the staff and LGB are totally committed to ensuring that all of our pupils enjoy school and are challenged to achieve their very best across the curriculum.
I joined Thomas Eaton Primary Academy as a local governor in July 2019 after relocating back to the village. I attended the school as a child in 1991-1997 and was fortunate to have loved school and learning.
I now work for an independent company as a teacher who delivers a specialist education programme of support for young people in North Cambridgeshire who face difficulty accessing education (interaction & communication difficulty alongside social, emotional & mental health needs). Previous to that I was a Key Stage 3 lead and Expressive Arts teacher at an academy for pupils aged 4 to 16 diagnosed with autistic spectrum conditions (ASC) and associated difficulties, including: sensory and physical needs. I began my career as a secondary (11-18) teacher of English and Drama.
I am excited for the future of Thomas Eaton Primary Academy. Wimblington is a fantastic place to live; the school has always been at the heart of the community. The children that attend the school are at the centre of all that the staff and LGB do, enthused and driven in their vision to provide the best possible education, nurture, and well-being for their pupils.
|Chair of Governors||Mrs. Mandy Nicholas|
|Clerk to Governors||Mrs. Mel Cook|