For more information on membership and meeting attendance of St John's Church of England Primary School Council
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Meet our Academy Council
Ms Karen Woollard
I used to be a Teacher of Deaf Children and also a Special Needs Advisor in Somerset for 20 years and in Rwanda, in East Africa for 2 years. I am retired now and enjoy poetry, art, maths and science and being a Christian. I have a twin sister and a husband and we all like drawing and painting in UK and other countries. I think school is great and became a governor to help St John's in their work to enable children to find something they love learning during their school career.
Mrs Shayne Hyde
I am a parent of a child in the school currently. I also have an older child who has now left St John's and moved onto secondary school. You may have met me before at Flying Saucers in Warminster where I work in Warminster’s only Painting Pottery Café.
Mrs Gill Maddocks
Community Governor. Chair person.
I have been a governor in various primary schools in the area for many years including St John's. I believe every child deserves the support and education to flourish in the future within the local community and it is a privilege to be part of a team who put the children at the heart of all we do. Professionally, I was involved in early years care and education, working for Local Authorities as a quality improvement adviser. I enjoy being retired spending time with the grandchildren, keeping fit and being lost in a good book.
Ms Marcia Northeast
I am originally from Warminster and attended St John’s School as a pupil. Professionally, I have worked in education since 1984 where my most recent experience was as a headteacher of a primary school. Having recently moved back to the area, I am keen to be an active member of the team at St John’s School. In my spare time I enjoy playing and singing music which is a passion ignited by learning the recorder at St John’s School!