21/09/2015 – 20/09/2019
Chair of Governors
I became a governor at Wootton Community Primary School in September 2015 and in January 2016 I was elected Chair of Governors. I taught English as a Foreign Language in Paris, Cairo, London and Cambridge before teaching in five primary schools in Oxfordshire as an Advanced Skills Teacher and where I also worked as an advisor for the Equality and Diversity Service. I am also a qualified SENCo. I work closely with the team to ensure the very best education for all our pupils.
I work at Little Herons Pre-school which is on the same grounds as Wootton Community Primary School where I have worked for nearly 20 years and lived in the village for the same amount of time. My daughter attended the school over 15 years ago, so over the years I have seen many children grow up into delightful young people and feel this is in part due to Wootton Primary School and the community feel and values it promotes.
My name is Charlotte MacDonald and I became a Staff Governor in January 2017. I studied Level 3 Childcare and Education at the Isle of Wight college before starting at Wootton Community Primary School in 2015 as a Level 2 Business Admin Apprentice. I now run the office as Administrative Officer. I have an interest in seeing children develop as individuals and thoroughly enjoy taking an active part on the governing body.
I became a co-opted governor at the school in September 2015 with a child currently at the school. I have been a Firefighter with a mainland Fire and Rescue Service for the last 13 years and previously worked at GKN.
Clerk to the Governing Body
• Provide advice to the governing body on governance, constitutional and procedural matters.
• Provide effective administrative support to the governing body and its committees.
• Ensure the governing body is properly constituted.
• Manage information effectively in accordance with legal requirements.
If you wish to contact the Governors, please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch via the school office.
I volunteered as a parent governor at the start of the 2017 academic year. I have worked in local government and as a university lecturer both on the mainland for the last 15 years.