Governors Business and Pecuniary Interests
The following Business and Pecuniary interests were declared by current Governors:
Peter Beattie - is an employee of Ultra Electronics Limited.
Natasha Browne - is an employee (Head of HR) of Allen & Overy and is the parent of children attending The Sele School.
Alex O'Reilly - Works as a Healthcare Manager for an NHS Foundation Trust
Ellie Pegram - is an employee of The Sele School.
Paul Pickard - is an employee of The Sele School.
Chris Quach - is the Headteacher of The Sele School. He is a Trustee of The Sele Farm Community Centre (a charity) and a member of BELMAS professional body. Chris' wife Dr Pires works for the NHS in an educational capacity.
Angus Parsad-Wyatt - Commercial Director at ConservativeHome Limited
Clerk to the Governors:
Sophie Bruton - is an employee of The Sele School and is a Corporate member of the Chartered Institute of Housing. Sophie is a hirer of Sele School facilities for Green Arrow Cycling Club and for Cycling Time Trials, London North District but derives no personal financial gain from the hire of facilities at the school.
The following Business and Pecuniary interests were declared by recently resigned Governors:
Jennifer Harris - works for the Department of Education
Ryan Welch - works for Klarna Bank AB and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.
Matthew Smith - works for Ocado Group PLC.
Napoleon Ahiable - works for Aktrion Ltd. Is a company director of Imara Recruitment Ltd and Orifits Ltd.
Stephen McEnally - is retired. He is an Associate member of the Nissan Institute at the University of Oxford, is a Senior Fellow of SOAS University of London, is on the Management Board of the Sainsbury Institute for Japanese Arts and Cultures University of East Anglia, holds an Honorary Doctorate of Arts from Oxford Brookes University, is the Honorary President of the Japanese Garden Society and is an adviser to the Clifton Scientific Trust.
Sian Shrimpton-Davies - Director of REd (Recruitment for Education) Ltd providing teacher recruitment services to schools other than Sele.
Lorena Diomidous - is a Director of Swaffer Ltd
Julia Bateson - is an employee of the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Partner and Director of Difference (2011) Ltd and of Excite-ed Community Interest Company providing education training. Julia is a member of the National Education Union but does not hold a position in managing the organisation or have any control. Julia has a child who attends The Sele School. Julia's husband works for Youth Connexions, as an adviser and is a Director of Difference (2011) Ltd.
Alison Steaggles - is an employee at The Sele School.
Robert Wilson - Is a Governor at St Catherine's C of E Primary School, Ware.
Catherine Sleath - Works on a freelance basis for Excite-ed Community Interest Company (delivery of internet safety services in schools other than Sele) of which Julia Bateson is CEO and Director.
Benjamin Jay - works for Herts County Council as Head of Corporate Finance. He is a member of CIPFA. Benjamin has two children at The Sele School.
Linda Gentry - has a child at The Sele School.
Sophie Bruton - is now Clerk to the Governors; see above.
Melanie Burke - is the Marketing Director of St. Edmunds College and Prep School