Governors

At Hardingstone Academy we have an Academy Board linked directly with our Sponsor EMLC.

Trust website for the following documents;

·        Register of Interest 

·        Attendance Record

·        Funding agreement

 

The link is;

 

http://emlcacademytrust.co.uk/about-us/key-documents-articles-and-accounts/

Hardingstone Academy Governors

Angie Milne

 

Chair of Governors

EYFS Governor / Safeguarding and Inclusion

My name is Angie Milne I have been a resident in Hardingstone village for 14 years involved with the school for 17 years and have had 3 children attend the school.  My focus and drive are to ensure the Academy offers the best it can for all its pupils, and staff whilst engaging with the local community, and building strong relationships with the parish and church thus creating a firm foundation for its future one which we can all be proud of.

 

 

Mike Lavelle

 

 

EMLC Representative

History and Geography

 

 

Joan Martin

 

 

Local Community Governor

Upper KS2 Governor / Science / Music and NQT Support

Joan Martin started school during the Second World War and has been involved in education ever since.

After leaving school she trained as a home economics teacher and taught in various places before becoming a deputy head first in High Wycombe and then at Trinity school in Northampton. Her first headship was at Ashlawn School in Rugby and then at Guilsborough School.

After retirement she worked as a part time Ofsted inspector before moving onto governance. She was chair of governors at NSG from 2002 to 2014 and was invited to a governor at Hardingstone Academy in 2015.

She served as a Justice of the Peace from 1978 and was awarded an MBE for service to Education in 2014.

 

 

Fiona Luck

 

 

Parent Governor / KS1 Governor

 

 

Mark Pointer

 

Lower KS2 Governor

PE and Health and Well Being

I retired earlier this year after 30 years with Northamptonshire Police where I served as a constable and sergeant. 
I now work as a specialist for Apple. 
I have a life long passion for technology, fitness and sport. 
Two phrases that encapsulate some of how I view things are:
“Think Different!” and “Good enough ... isn’t!”

 

 

Richard Gordan

 

Clerk

 

Zoe McIntyre

 

Academy Principal

 

Suzanne Fairey

 

 

 

I have over 20 years global marketing and sales experience working predominantly in financial services and theleisure industry. I currently work as a Commercial Director for a local professional sporting club. As a local resident and former pupil I have fond memories of Hardingstone Academy and firmly believe that every child deserves the opportunity to fulfil their full potential in a safe, fun and nurturing environment.