• Governors

 

 

 

Current Governing Body

Steve Whitla – Chair

Chair of Governors & Foundation Governor. I live and work in Oxford, where I own and run a visual consultancy business.  As well as … Read More

Jenni Williams – Vice Chair

Vice Chair & Foundation Governor. Jenni is the Vice Chair of the St Ebbe’s Primary School Governing Body. More information on Jenni to follow…

Janet Rayment

Foundation Governor. Janet moved to Oxford after a career in primary education and has been a governor since 2011. She is actively involved in … Read More

Tony Lee

Foundation Governor. Tony has a background in physics and IT and works at a multi-national company which solves business problems through technology. He is … Read More

Malcolm Cubitt

Parent Governor. My daughter is in Year 1 and I have a son currently at Grandpont.  My background is in commercial marketing, and I … Read More

Katie Doorley

Parent Governor. Katie Doorley is a Parent Governor member of the St Ebbe’s Primary School Governing Body. She has been a Governor for four … Read More

Clare Whyles

Associate Governor. Claire Whyles is an Associate Governor member and Deputy Headteacher of St Ebbe’s Primary School. More information about Claire to follow…

Pete Wilkinson

Foundation Governor.  I have been connected to the school for the last 16 years as a parent, governor, and helping lead assemblies. Allocation to … Read More

Hugh Starkey

Local Authority Governor. I live in central Oxford and I work at UCL Institute of Education, London where I am Professor of Citizenship and … Read More

Jim Sherry

Staff Governor. Jim is a staff member of the St Ebbe’s Primary School Governing Body. More information about Jim to follow…

Stephen Dudley

Foundation Governor. Stephen is a Foundation Governor member of the St Ebbe’s Primary School Governing Body. More information about Stephen to follow…

Joyce François

Foundation Governor. Dr Joyce François is a soil scientist by training, having taken her first degree at the University of Ghana (Legon) and her … Read More