Governor Biographies - Swanbourne
Kaye Rudd - Foundation Governor & Chair of Governors - Swanbourne
I have two sons, both have been to Kingfishers Preschool, Mursley CE and Swanbourne school. I worked in Financial Services for 15 years in Pension & Life Assurance. I wanted to become a governor as I was so impressed by what our village schools could offer & I wanted to be a part of this & help maintain it. I am also on the Little Horwood Parochial Church Council. I was on the Mursley Kingfishers Pre-school Committee for 5 years & I was also Treasurer of the Friends of the Three School for many years.
Caroline Walker - Diocesan Governor - Swanbourne
I have recently joined the Governing Body at Swanbourne as a Diocesan Governor. I have the pleasure of living in the village with my husband, who is in the Armed Forces, and two children, who currently attend Mursley and Swanbourne Schools. I work as a doctor and outside of my clinical roles, deliver medical education and training and have a specific interest technology-enhanced learning and well-being. As a family we enjoy spending our free time in the local community and are actively involved with the local church. I am pleased to have the opportunity to serve on the governing body and hopefully, make a contribution to the supportive and inspirational educational environment which the Three Schools offer to the children in our community. In my free time, I try to keep vaguely fit and enjoy music, dancing (tap!) and the theatre.
Ethan Johnstone-Wilson - Parent Governor - Swanbourne
I am a Parent Governor with a child attending at Swanbourne CE School and previously Mursley CE School. We were very lucky to have found The Three Schools and believe that they provide excellent education to our children underpinned by Christian values of Honesty, Respect, Forgiveness and Love.
I have extensive experience in human resources management gained over twenty years, I am a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
I am actively involved in my local Church St Joseph's Newton Leys and whilst I am here to represent all parents, I am particularly proud to represent families who have children with special educational or emotional needs on our governing body.
Jill Bailey - Foundation Governor - Swanbourne
I am a foundation governor appointed by the Oxford Diocese. I have enjoyed my role of a Governor for the last 13 years. I worked at Swanbourne School as a teaching assistant for 9 years but after further training became a teacher and now work in Year 3 at local primary school in Aylesbury. I live in Swanbourne with my husband and 1 son who is at university and I have another son who has completed university so I also have experience of the school system from a parent's point of view. I have experience of helping start up and govern the new secondary school in Winslow. I think it is important that the local people are involved in their local school because it helps build community.
Olivia Sugdon - Parent Governor - Swanbourne
Tristan Thorp - Staff Governor - Swanbourne
Yvonne Mullins - Ex-Officio - Swanbourne
David May - Executive Headteacher - Swanbourne