Committee of Representatives


Scheme of Delegation

Governor Details

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.


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 a Foundation Representative 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, he 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 encourages 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.


Lisa Smith - Principal 

Elected: 01/04/2013

I joined the school in 2009 as Deputy Headteacher.  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 September 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-daughters!  

I was appointed Principal in September 2017.


Hannah Stone - Staff Governor

Elected: 13/07/2017