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Governors

Our governors come from a range of backgrounds. They’re all experts in their own fields and all 100 per cent committed to making St Piers School the best possible place for children with epilepsy and other neurological conditions.

Next meeting dates: 26 November 2018, 28 January 2019, 18 March 2019, 20 May 2019, 8 July 2019, 23 September 2019, 25 November 2019.

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Vivienne spent her career in the Civil Service, at first in the Home Office but later providing ICT to the police,...

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Jane is the Chair of Young Epilepsy’s Board of Trustees and an ex officio a member of the Education Governing Body....

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Richard Bool studied Geography at the University of Exeter then spent two years at the College of Law, Guildford. He worked...

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Rachel is a Mathematics graduate, with a Master’s Degree from the University of Nottingham, and a Diploma in Management Studies from...

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Gwen is a solicitor based in Crawley. Her work includes advising on financing in the educational and healthcare sectors as well...

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Vivien’s career encompasses journalism, business, the voluntary sector and the NHS. A graduate of Manchester University, she became a journalist, spending...

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Having graduated in Geography & Geology from University of Gloucestershire, David started his career in Chartered Accountancy before moving into Retailing....

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Philippa is a teacher who has spent most of her career teaching adults, then children with learning difficulties. For the past...

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Prior to becoming a parent of a child with complex needs who has attended Young Epilepsy since 2014, Jill owned and...

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Jon is the proud father of Nicholas who has attended Young Epilepsy since 2012 as a day student. Nicholas became a...

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Lesley was appointed as the Surrey County Council representative on the Young Epilepsy Trust Board and Education Governing Body in June...

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  Peace Furusa started her teaching career in Zimbabwe in 1976. Prior to leaving Zimbabwe in early 2001 she was a...

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Young Epilepsy is a registered charity and a board of trustees (Trust Board) has overall accountability for all aspects of its...

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Additional information as at 30 September 2019     Governor name Category of Governor and Lead Governor Role Term of office* Attendance...

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