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At Ghost Hill Infant School & Nursery, we have an amazingly supportive Governing Body with a vast range of skills and knowledge. The governors take a keen interest in all aspects of school life. They monitor the curriculum and budget and take an active part in the life of the school. They work closely with parents, children and staff and are a crucial part of the Ghost Hill team. Robert Moore is our chair of governors and he and any of the school governors can be contacted through the office.
I have been at Ghost Hill for just over 18 years. I am currently working as a HLTA across all year groups with a specialism in PE and I also help to run the Breakfast & After School Club. As a governor, my responsibilities are around anti-bullying, safeguarding and equality. Outside of school I enjoy cooking, reading and all sorts of sport, as well as spending time with my family.
My name is Mr Lambert and I am a parent governor (2016). I have 3 daughters and at least one will be in the school until 2022. I became a governor as I am very interested in ensuring the school has a bright present and future. I am part of the management team at a local business and look to utilise these skills in my interactions with the school and other governors.
I have been a governor at Ghost Hill for four years and Chair of Governors for the last four years. I have worked in the health sector for the majority of my career and hold a Masters Degree in Health Management. Ghost Hill is a fantastic school to be involved with and I want to ensure we continue to develop our pupils to give them the best education possible whilst at the same time enabling them to have fun and develop as individuals.
I am a Director of Taverham Vets, which I started in 1994. I was born in Taverham and apart from my undergraduate days and my first 2 years in practice I have lived or worked in Taverham all my adult life. I am married with one son, two stepdaughters, 4 dogs and 3 cats. My interests include dog training (particularly gundogs), gardening and oenology. I have been a Governor at Ghost Hill for over a decade.
I was delighted to be announced as a co-opted Governor at Ghost Hill School (2019). I am a Public Health commissioner at Norfolk County Council, specifically focused on a new behaviour change service. I am also a registered practitioner of Public Health. I have moved from Scotland where I worked in the Education dept, to London over 10 years ago, and then moved to Norwich in 2013. I have two young boys, both of which attend the school and I am looking forward to supporting the school and the staff in my role as Governor. Outside of work I enjoy spending as much time with my family as I can, as well as watching football when I can.
I have two sons currently at Ghost Hill, with my youngest being in the school until 2022. Both of my children are really enjoying their time at Ghost Hill. As a parent, I am extremely passionate about their learning and particularly feel that a good education at an early age is incredibly important to provide a good foundation for their future, both in education and their wellbeing. As a parent governor, and the Vice Chair I feel it’s a great opportunity to be involved in supporting Ghost Hill to help children to achieve their true potential and beyond. In terms of my background, I’m a qualified nurse with the experience of the past 13 years working with children in both education and the community.
I have been a Community Governor since 2010 and I am the SEN and LAC Governor. My association with the School dates from 1984 when we moved to Taverham and the first of two of my sons joined the School. My career was in education and particularly in support for children with SEN so I really enjoy my involvement with the school. My hobbies include: travel, gardening, theatre and Church activities.
This is my 4th year at Ghost Hill Infant School and I have been one of the teachers in year 2 for the duration of this time. At the end of last year I took on English lead for the school and I am enjoying making positive changes to the English curriculum that benefit the children and their learning. As Governor, my role is to give an insight of what goes on in school on a daily basis. Outside of school I like to take part in rock climbing, adventurous holidays, reading and spending time with my family and friends.