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Autumn Term 2019: Monday 2nd September (NPD) to Thursday 19th December. Half - term: Monday 21st to Friday 25th October. Monday 28th October (NPD).

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St Peter's RC Primary School Board of Governors

 

Mr Matthew Foale

Chair of Governors

(Safeguarding)

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Born and educated in Devon, Matthew attended Plymouth College before studying at the College of St. Paul and St. Mary in Cheltenham (B.Ed Physical Education) and then Bristol University (M.Sc Sport Science). Among his teaching positions, Matthew was Director of Sport at the Hall School in Hampstead for ten years, followed by Deputy Head at Orley Farm School in Harrow. Relocating back to Devon in 2009, he moved to Kelly College Prep School, taking on the headship in 2010. He is currently Head of Prep at Shebbear College. Matthew is married to Marie-Claire and they have three children, with two currently at St. Peter's.

 

 

Mrs Clare Gill

Foundation

Born in Lancashire, educated at Bishop Henshaw School and qualifying as a teacher in London, Clare moved to Plymouth with her husband 35 years ago. Her husband was born in Plymouth and attended St Boniface’s College both as a pupil and then as a teacher for nearly 30 years. This family tradition continued as Clare’s son also attended St Boniface’s. Among her teaching positions Clare has taught Food Technology and Health and Social Care in 4 different Plymouth schools and was Assistant Principal at All Saints Academy until 2017. She is currently semi-retired, teaching part time in a local Plymouth school.

 

Mrs Sarah Plunkett

Teacher Representative

Sarah was born in Plymouth and has remained there ever since.  She is the proud owner of Louis (born in 2011) and her highlight of each week is watching him play football.  After achieving a BEd Primary Honours Degree in Physical Education, Sarah became a primary school teacher.  She has been in the profession for seventeen years and during that time has taken on many different roles.  Recently, she has worked for The University of St Mark and St John as a Quality Assurance Tutor alongside her role as Deputy Headteacher and Year 4/5 Class Teacher. Having grown up in a large family, Sarah values and appreciates the community feel of St Peter’s RC and the importance of being actively involved within it. Sarah’s a junior netball coach for Plymouth Pilgrims Netball Club who competes at a local and regional level.  In 2007, she was awarded Southwest Community Volunteer of the Year and was also a finalist for Primary School Teacher of the Year.  Sarah is passionate about her roles and is determined to make a difference to the lives of all children. 

 

Mrs Rachael Green (Key Stage 2)

Parent

Rachael was born in Wales, but educated in Devon at St Mary's RC Primary, Buckfast, Notre Dame and St Boniface before gaining a BA (Hons) Geography at University of Plymouth.  After gaining PGCE at University College of St Mark and John she began teaching at Devonport High School for Boys, where she is now Head of Geography.  During her time at DHSB she has gained an MEd in Professional Development and also serves on the Board of Trustees as a Staff Governor.  Married to Mark, they have three children, the first has recently started at St Peter's and she is keen to be involved at the heart of St Peter's.  Her link with the school is lengthy as her brother attended the school and her mother worked as TA for many years.  

 

Mr Paul Morse

Headteacher

Mr. Morse grew up in Whitleigh and lived very close to the school in Newcastle Gardens until the age of eighteen. In January 2016 he became the very first former pupil of St. Peter's to take on the position of head teacher. After St. Peter's Mr Morse attended St Boniface's Catholic College and then trained as a teacher, studying for a Bachelor of Education degree in Biological Sciences at La Sainte Union, Southampton. He began his teaching career in the east of London and taught there for five years which was followed by a post as deputy head teacher in a small school in Brixham, Devon for a period of three years. Mr Morse then made his next move to become deputy head teacher here at St. Peter's which at the time had over three hundred pupils on role before moving to one form entry. He is married to Katy and they have three sons, Harry, Will and Fin all three of whom attended St. Peter's.

 

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Mrs Louise Patterson

Clerk to Governors

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