Kings Avenue Governing Body 2019/20
|Name||Governor Type||Appointment Date||Expiry /Date||Interest Declared|
|Rachel Bruce||Co-Opted Governor||19/12/2018||18/12/2022||None|
|Christian Adebisi||Parent Governor||19/12/2018||18/12/2022||None|
|Nasro Ado||Parent Governor||19/12/2018||18/12/2022||None|
Chair of ACPPC
|Co-Opted Governor||19/12/2018||18/12/2022||Volunteer Reader|
Chair Of Resources
|Kit Gunesekera||Associate Governor||19/12/2018||18/12/2022||None|
|Alan Sendorek||Co-Opted Governor||19/12/2018||18/12/2022||None|
|Robert Keyte||Co-Opted Governor||19/12/2018||18/12/2022||None|
|Sawsan Beydoun||Staff Governor||19/12/2018||18/12/2022||None|
Chair of Governors
|Resources||Achievement & CurriculumPupil, Parents & Community ACPCC|
Matthew Bryant - Chair
|Tanya Jonas – Chair
|Committees for exclusions, staff disciplinary and appeals are to be formed by the chair as and when requested.
Attendance Panel: any non-school governor to be called when required
Kings Avenue Governing Body Committees
Kings Avenue Governing Body Special Responsibilities
|Alan Sendorek||Pupil Premium & Looked After Children|
|Kit Gunesekera||Extended Schools|
|Tanya Jonas||Reading and English|
Support Staff Governor
Sawsan started working as an ICT Technician & Network Manager at Kings Avenue in 2001 and when a position was available in the office in 2007 Sawsan became an Admin Assistant.
Sawsan became a governor at Kings Avenue for the first time in 2006. Then was re-elected in May 2016. Sawsan is very passionate about children’s welfare education and wants to ensure all children have a memorable school life, hoping to make a difference not only to the children but their parents and the school community.
Chair of Governors
Kit has been a governor at Kings Avenue Primary since 2012 and is part of the Parents, Pupils and Community Committee. He has lived in Clapham since 2009 and is a vicar of a local Anglican church. He feels privileged to be involved in a caring and vibrant school. Kit feels strongly that every child should from an early stage in their life, have the opportunity to learn about the rich diversity of the wider community and to be a positive presence. As a Governor, Kit also comes and takes assemblies and also welcomes classes to his church when they visit to learn more about Christmas and Easter.
Tanya has been a governor at Kings Avenue Primary since 2015 and chairs the Parents, Pupils and Community Committee. She has lived in the area since 2008 and wanted to become more involved in the local community. She has been a volunteer reader at Kings Avenue since 2011 and feels very lucky to be involved in such a happy school. She is a huge believer that every child deserves the best education, in order to reach their full potential, while in a safe and happy environment. Tanya has a background in finance and has worked in both London and New York.
Matthew has lived in the area for twenty years and has been a governor at Kings Avenue School since 2003. During that period he has seen many changes and has been impressed by the way in which the school has faced each new challenge and transformed itself from a failing school.
Matthew is an accountant by profession and works in the NHS. He is a member of the Resources Committee and uses his professional experience to help the school make best use of the budget available to it, especially the Pupil Premium. This has meant some difficult decisions in recent years as the funds available to schools have come under pressure. Matthew is passionate about making sure that each child makes the maximum progress during their years at Kings Avenue.
Alan became a governor in 2008 as a local resident who was interested in education, partly because his mum was a teacher. He used to work for the government doing media relations but is now employed by QPR to help them to build a new stadium. Alan sits on the Achievement Committee, which looks at how to make sure each child gets the best results that they are capable of. During his time on the governing body he has enjoyed seeing the transformation of Kings Avenue from a failing school ten years ago to one where there is good behaviour and high standards, led by a motivated and talented teaching staff.
Jessica was a parent governor and has one child at the school. She became a governor in 2011 because she wanted to understand what made the school tick. She is keen that all children develop a love of learning and have a stimulating, invigorating and enjoyable time at school and is pleased to report that has been her own children’s experience at Kings Avenue. Jessica chairs the Achievement Committee. This Committee looks at how much progress Kings Avenue children are making academically, what overall standards they achieve and what could be done to help the children get even further. Jessica is also a senior civil servant at the Department for Transport.
Robert started as a governor at Kings Avenue School at the end of 2017. Robert is a finance professional with banking and advisory experience who is now working for a start-up focused on UK SME lending. As part of the Resources Committee, Robert uses his business and financial experience to support the school in planning for the future and ensuring that that budget is allocated in the best way possible for the children. Robert strongly believes that all children should have access to a good education and be afforded the opportunity to reach their full potential.