The Governance Board of Holy Trinity Primary School and Community Nursery endorses the school’s values of Respect, Faith, Harmony and Lifelong Learning. The Board adheres to the Framework for Ethical Leadership in Education. The Board has completed an ethical audit into the Board’s operations and decision making processes, and recently conducted a staff survey to monitor their health and wellbeing during the Covid pandemic. We have been recognised as a Pathfinder school for ethical leadership. The Ethical Framework incorporates our school’s values, as does the National Governance Association (NGA) Code of Conduct to which we also adhere. Every Governor fully abides by the terms of our Code of Conduct, click here to read it. Our Committees focus on three specialised areas; Teaching & Learning, Finance & Personnel and Community & Ethos.
Members of the Governance Board were involved in the June 2018 Ofsted inspection and met the Lead Inspector. In the published report it was noted “Governors are active within the school and challenge leaders effectively to secure school improvement.” We were delighted that the school achieved a Good rating, and will continue to support the school to fulfil its greater potential.
The role of a school governor is one that is constantly evolving, and we continue to develop our skills with training from the NGA, the Diocese of Salisbury and other external providers.
The Governance Board focuses primarily on strategic issues rather than operational matters. Our strategic aims are set to raise aspirations based upon Excellence, Enjoyment and Expertise. To see Our Vision for 2025 click here. Because we review our performance against Our Vision for 2025, we ensure that we are on target and focused to achieve what is in the best interests of our school.
If you wish to know more about our School and Governance Board please contact Helen Keedy, Chair of Governors, through the school’s email:
Governors (ID 1110)
Helen KeedyCo-opted Governor, Chair of Governors
I am serving my sixth year as Chair of Governors, my term expiring in 2022. I have completed the Chair's Development Programme in order to ensure that the school benefits from best practice. My career was corporate law and finance so combined with a previous school governorship, I am able to offer a considerable range of relevant experience.
I am a member of all the sub-committees.
My motivation to support the school is to ensure that every child has the best life opportunities through receiving the greatest educational start possible. An outstanding primary school education is the most valuable gift any child can receive; my goal is to support our school in delivering the greatest educational start to all our pupils.
Richard FullerParent Governor, Joint Vice Chair of Governors
I am an appointed Parent Governor, my term running until 2022.
I moved to Weymouth from Nottingham in 2007 to be with my now wife. My son and daughter attend Holy Trinity Primary School.
Since attaining a bachelor's degree in my favourite childhood subjects (mathematics and computing) my professional career has specialised in computer networks where I now hold a position as a Senior Project Engineer. I enjoy the volunteering for my company to help promote engineering and STEM subject careers to children of all ages and genders. As a governor I hope to help this school provide its pupils with the best educational opportunities.
In my personal time I like to relax by spending time with my family, reading, watching movies and gaming.
As Headteacher I hold an ex-officio position on the Governance Board and I serve on all the Governance Board Committees, as well as attending Full Governance Board meetings and working parties. I have the responsibility of providing the Governance Board with the school information that they require in order to inform their decision making. I have been a Governor for 9 years, in two different schools. I have been in education for 30 years, and have fulfilled a range of roles during that time, including being a Headteacher, School Improvement Consultant and Borough Moderator.
I have the best interests of our children and their families at the heart of everything that I do, and I am passionate about raising aspirations, expectations and ambitions. My aim is to provide the children and families of Holy Trinity with the highest quality of education, within the context of the schools' values of Respect, Harmony, Faith and Lifelong Learning.
Janice MossCo-opted Governor
I am a retired teacher who taught in one of the largest primary schools in the east end of London (5-form entry plus a nursery). Whilst teaching I became staff governor and union representative for the staff. On retirement I wanted to move back to my roots in Weymouth to be closer to family. I have two very grown-up children (one in Weymouth and one in New Zealand). My two grandchildren live in Weymouth where they attend a local primary school. I believe with the roles and my experiences both in school and out have given me a well-rounded view of school and its needs from a variety of viewpoints. Now I am a governor I am so looking forward to helping everyone in school life reach for the stars in both their achievements and ambitions.
Becky SpechaParent Governor
My priority as Governor is to ensure that all children at the school, regardless of background, need or ability, are provided with a learning environment that enables each and every one of them to fulfil their potential - in short, every day should begin and end with a smiling face.I grew up in Weymouth and attended Holy Trinity Primary School. I now have two children at the school, one in Nursery and one in Reception. Professionally, I worked for Merlin Entertainments for 14 years, predominantly in marketing, but my roles also included business management, finance control, health and safety and policy creation. I am now self-employed, providing business strategy and marketing support to local businesses. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, walking and painting.
Mo AlhamamyCommunity Governor
It is my pleasure to be appointed as a community governor by the school. I have two daughters who attend the school. My family and I moved to Weymouth in 2020 after a long search for a lovely quiet place to raise our children in. We lived in the Midlands, Bristol and Essex before. I am a dentist by profession and live and work locally. I believe that every student should have a safe, healthy and encouraging education opportunities in school. With the help of God Almighty, I will try my best to help the governance board of the school in maintaining the highest quality learning environment. I like walking, swimming and spending time with my family. We are very lucky to be surrounded by such beautiful landscapes.
Pete ReddenStaff Governor
My name is Pete Redden and I am the Staff Governor. I have been a qualified teacher since 2018, working across all year groups in the Primary setting and in many different school environments. I feel very privileged to represent the staff at Holy Trinity Primary on the Governance Board and look to bring the high aspirations and expectations I have for the children in the school to the position I hold on the Board.
Before training to be a teacher I spent 12 years in the military, my final posting as a Royal Air Force Police Phase 2 Instructor, which ultimately led me to the vocation of teaching. I moved to the local area in 2018 with my wife and daughter.