Our Members

Claire Kemp

Human Resources

Governance

Traveller Support

 

Claire has previously worked in Marketing, taking responsibilities for running teams and managing large scale projects. She has had extensive experience with HR and Finance within this role. In her current role in the Local Authority; she ensures access to Education for a vulnerable group, acts as a lead professional for safeguarding, works in collaboration with the police and social services.  Claire has been a Governor for six yearsand has attended numerous courses during this period. She has been the Chair of Governors at Camps Hill for two years.

Claire Peacock

Finance

Risk Management

 

Claire is a Senior Risk Manager at Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) with her primary role supporting change in the Community Bank network. Claire has worked for LBG for 17 years with a track record for delivering large scale change which include three Flagship branches costing over £10m. Claire achieved a 1st class honours degree in Business Management and uses this knowledge along with her work experience to support the schools in their strategic decision making. Claire joined the local governing body at Fairlands Primary school in May 2017 and is now the current Chair of Governors at Fairlands.

Adam Hayes

School Improvement

 

Safeguarding

 

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Reza Shamtally Business

 

Communications

 

Reza is the CEO of the marketing and design company SAMMAKKO. He is also the commercial director of the Care Unlimited Home group and has expertise in business, communication (specifically digital) and branding. Reza is a director of the (not for profit) organisation ART HALO which works with adults with mental health, Autism or learning difficulties. He fundraises for adults with SEND and promotes awareness resulting most recently in a new horticultural centre being built to enhance the quality of life for this group.  He has shared ownership of an Art Gallery in London. As a parent, Reza is keen to give back to the community and use his business knowledge to improve outcomes for all children.

Tim Day School Improvement

 

Finance

 

Tim served as a teacher for 40 years in Hertfordshire, spending 20 of those years in headship. In that time, he led three schools out of ‘school causing concern’ status to good or better Ofsted judgements, including opening a new school from the amalgamation of two schools that were judged inadequate. He has considerable financial expertise both through his experience as a school leader and as a treasurer for a charitable trust. He currently serves a governor for an independent school in Harrow.