Our Annual Staff and Committee Members 'Get Together' was well attended and enjoyed by all!

Committee of Representatives

 

Our committee of representatives are:

 

Michele Heath - Foundation Representative, Chair of Committee of Representatives 

Elected: 03/07/2014          

  Hello everyone, I am excited to be your Chair of Committee for the present term of office. I  

  am a  maths consultant with many years of teaching experience. I still have as much passion

  for education as I did when I started my career over 40 years ago, I hope to continue working

  in the field of education for many years to come.

 

  When not working I am fully involved in community life being President of my local WI and on

  the committee of our Theatre Group. I also love ballroom dancing and have been lucky

  enough to have danced in finals in the home of ballroom Blackpool. When possible I take

  every opportunity to travel especially to Australia to visit family.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arron Evans - Parent Representative, Vice Chair of Committee of Representatives

Elected: 27/01/2015         

After a short time as a chef, Arron joined the Army in 1998, training as a telecommunications systems engineer. After 4 years Arron left the military to work in Motorsport, as a tyre fitter/engineer for Dunlop Motorsport, mainly on the British Touring car Championship and British Superbikes. In 2005 Arron rejoined the military and trained as RAF aircrew, initially as a helicopter crewman, serving on 78 squadron and flying Merlins. Once the Merlin was transferred to the Navy, Arron retrained as a Fixed Wing Loadmaster and was posted to the Tri-Star for its last 12 months in service.

For the Past 2 years Arron has been posted to 99 Squadron as a C-17 Loadmaster. Arron’s interests are Skiing Scuba Diving, Golf and Rugby.

Arron is Vice Chair of the Committee of Representatives and Chairs the Finance and Resource Committee

 

 

 

Fr Andrew Foster- Foundation Representative

Elected: 01/04/2013

Andrew Foster has been a priest since 1998.  Previously he lived for 11 years in Innsbruck, Austria in an international Catholic lay community before training in Rome for priesthood.  He came to St Joseph's Parish, Carterton from the Parish of Our Lady and St Rose, Weoley Castle and St Peter, Bartley Green in Birmingham in 2008 and has been Governor at St Joseph's School since then. He finds Carterton a pleasant and friendly place.  He enjoys nature and the countryside and having inherited his Dad's dog, Flynn (a Border Collie cross), last year has been discovering beautiful circular walks around Carterton.  He considers that St Joseph's Parish belongs principally to the baptised Catholic constituent members and seeks to lead the parish by consensus and encourage initiatives by parishioners.  He hopes by renovating the parish hall to create an amenity at the service not only of the parish but also of the school and local community. The roof of the hall and church harbours a breeding colony of about 15 pairs of swifts which we should be proud of and do all we can to maintain. Discovering the treasure of Our Lord's love and the wealth of Christian and human culture within the provision of excellent teaching and learning should be the principal aim of the school

 

Pauline McCormack-White - Foundation Representative

Elected: 01/04/2013 (Previous Chair)

 

Pauline has been a committee representative for the DBMAC since April 2012, she was Chair of the Committee of Representatives  from April 2012 until Sep 2015. She has also been chair of the Resources Committee and is currently on both the resources and Achievement Committee. 
 
She served 34 years in the Royal Air Force before retiring and during her time in the service she was responsible for Catering personnel, the budgets and managing catering on a number of units. Her hobbies include reading, travel and gardening.
 
She is involved in the school life both as a Committee Rep but also as a volunteer in guided reading with some children.  

 

 

 

  

  Isalina De Freitas - Foundation Representative

  Elected: 03/07/2014

  I was born in Madeira, brought up in South Africa and now living in Carterton. I have

  been a parishioner at St Joseph's since 2003. Along with my husband I am a regular

  visitor at the school as we both take care of the garden in the school courtyard.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lisa Smith - Staff Representative

Elected: 01/04/2013

I joined the school in 2009 as Deputy Head Teacher. I really enjoy working at St Joseph's and it has been a fantastic opportunity to be on both committees; I have learned how the committee members support and help continue to develop the ethos and journey of the school; supporting staff and children to achieve the best possible outcomes.  

In 2015 I became Head of Teaching and Learning and have valued the support and commitment of the committee members through this transition.   In my spare time I enjoy relaxing with a good book and spending time with my family - especially my grand-daughter!  

 

 

 

Trish Davies - Foundation Governor

Elected: 08/12/2015

I have been a Governor at St Joseph’s for 5 years now and find it a very rewarding and fulfilling role. I am also a parent; my 3 eldest children attend St Joseph’s (ranging from Year 1 to Year 6) and I have a 2 year old. I am not currently working and enjoy being a part of my children’s education and try to get involved as much as possible, not only from a Governor perspective but also as a parent helper and volunteer. It is a fantastic opportunity as a parent; I have learnt so much during my journey as a Governor and have enjoyed watching the school grow and flourish over time. I am a keen sportswoman and love spending time with my family. I am originally from Oxford, and my background is in Mathematics; graduating from Oxford Brookes University with a Maths and Statistics degree in 2001. I am a practising Catholic and attend Mass at St Joseph’s on a regular basis.

 

Breda Bowles - Executive Principal

 

I have been the Headteacher at St Joseph's, Carterton since 2008. In that time we have had to tackle very poor attendance, achievement, progress and a falling pupil roll. We now have the most improved attendance in the County and our numbers continue to grow rapidly.

I became a Principal Director at the time the DBMAC was incorporated in April 2013. My experience of improving catholic primary education supports the strategic direction of the board and I am dedicated to the development and success of the DBMAC.

The Dominic Barberi Multi-Academy 

 

Click here to access funding arrangements, accounts and meet the Directors of the DBMAC.

 

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