I started working at Braunstone Frith in 2006 as an Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) at the Junior School. I have been dedicated to the children in this community ever since and cannot imagine working anywhere else. I have always loved being part of the Braunstone Frith team and I am proud to now lead the team as Head of School. I strongly believe that positive, professional relationships are the foundations for all that we do and I strive to ensure that every pupil and every member of staff has a sense of belonging to the Braunstone Frith team.
I am a parent of four children, who have previously attended Braunstone Frith Primary Academy. I am also a teacher at a local primary school.
I wanted to become a governor to help develop the school so children in the local area get the best education possible. I would like to see Braunstone Frith Primary Academy be an outstanding school and for all children to make good progress and I will support & challenge school leaders to achieve this
I am a parent governor and I have two children, who previously attended this Academy. I wanted to become a governor to find out what the academy was doing for my children and if I could help in any way.
I would love to see the children’s achievements reflect the work that is being done. I want to show our community that we work as a team and that they understand what governors do.
I started teaching in 1968 in London. I have taught in primary schools, mainly in Leicester, ever since until I retired in 2015. I was married to a teacher and I have one daughter.
I was very pleased to be invited to be a governor at BFPA and be involved in the strategic overview of the academy. It is exciting to share the responsibility of helping the academy move to outstanding.
I would love to see the academy move from good to outstanding, reflecting the hard work of both staff and children.
I am the Assistant Head of Foundation Stage and ICT at Braunstone Frith Primary Academy. I spent 10 years teaching in the United Arab Emirates before arriving at Braunstone Frith Infant School. I am pleased to be part of the Governing Body of Braunstone Frith Primary Academy. The children are at the heart of all that we do and I am proud to be part of that for this academy.
I am a parent of 2 primary school age children and work within LiFE Multi Academy Trust central services and I am currently completing my diploma in School Business Management.
Having worked with Braunstone Frith Primary Academy, I admired the passion and determination of the staff to see pupils progress and thrive. I wanted to be part of this and use my background in business management to challenge and help BFPA achieve their ambitions and the recognition they deserve.
I am a parent of one son, who attends Braunstone Frith Primary Academy. He is entering into Year 4 at the beginning of the 2023/24 school year.
I was attracted to becoming a school governor as a way of helping the school, and its students, to develop – ensuring the best education possible is given. My personal aim is to see happy, educated children reach their potential, with the school’s reputation being held in the highest of esteem.
I am a former pupil of Braunstone Frith Primary Academy and I loved the 7 years I spent learning and developing there. I am currently employed as the Facilities Manager for LiFE Multi Academy Trust Central Team.