Jo Tanner (chair) is a Senior Communications Professional with an excellent track record in media relations, public affairs and strategic development within challenging sectors. She has been a school governor for five years and is currently Chair of Governors at Meridian High School.
Susan Hickmott has worked at Meridian High School within the Admin department since 2002. Her current role as Office Manager includes timetabling, preparing data for the termly Pupil Census as well as working with the Admin team to provide administrative support to teaching staff. Her children attended our school with her youngest having just left in the summer of 2015. This experience gives her the opportunity to view the school’s progress from a different perspective, so adding value to her position on the Governing Body.
Robert Evans had a career in Education including a Headship. He has wide experience in examining at both GCSE and 'A' level and inspections of schools. He has served in the past as a Governor in Ravens Wood School and Priory School. He was been an elected Councillor in Bromley since 2006 and is currently Portfolio Holder for Care Services, Housing and Health. He is also a member of the Governing Body of King's University Hospital Trust and Board of Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group. His interests include History, Music and all sports and he is currently Hon Sec of Rosslyn Park Rugby Club and a member of RFU National Committee for semi-professional rugby.
Michael Johns retired in 2010 after spending his entire working life in senior management and client relationship roles in the Financial Services industry. He continues to have a very active lifestyle with a wide range of interests, including being the Vice Chair of Governors of a local special needs school and Chair of a local charity working with young adults who are NEET or at risk of being NEET. He believes the skills acquired through these various roles provide a broad base of experiences of benefit to the Governing Body.
Ebenezer Atewojaye studied a Law Degree but due to his passion for Design Technology and education, he changed his career path to teaching. Despite his father’s disappointment that his son would not be following in his footsteps, Ebenezer was determined to finish his degree. Ebenezer has now been teaching for almost 14 years.In his free time, Ebenezer enjoys the company of his dear wife and daughter travelling to places like South Wales where his sister and father-in-law lives. His daughter has really inspired him to want to give more to other children and provide them with the life changes that they deserve. As the Staff Governor, he has a strong desire for the family and community of Meridian High School to improve and strongly believes in the vision and ethos of the school; that all students, including those with Special Educational needs, deserve access to a broad and balanced curriculum that will help them to be successful.
Vacancy - This position is to be filled this term and further details will follow shortly.