Mrs Anne Sheddick
Co- chair of Governors
Anne has a background in education; has worked in schools, colleges and universities with interests in literacy, e-Learning and CPD and has been chair since July 2013. Anne, as a National Leader of Governance, has supported chairs of other governing boards, conducted reviews of governance and is convener of the local network of governing board chairs. She is also vice chair of the LA Bucks Governors Consultative Board and vice chair of BASG (Bucks Association of School Governors).
Dr Jane Wright
Co-chair of governors
Jane has recently retired as a lecturer in Nurse Education at Bucks New University. She has many years of governor experience, and has shared the chair role for over a year.
Mrs Madeleine Burnett
Co-opted Governor, Vice chair
Madeleine retired in 2019 from a career in Human Resource management. She joined the Carrington Junior Governing Board in March 2020.
Mrs Emma Cameron
Emma is Head Teacher at our school following the early retirement of our previous Head Teacher. She has worked in education over the last two decades, and brings experience from leadership roles in both Buckinghamshire and Hillingdon. While working in Hillingdon, she advised schools across Hillingdon and Hounslow on the effective use of pupil premium funding.
Mrs Katherine Cox
Mrs Cox has worked at the school for nearly 2 years as deputy SENDCo and ARP teacher. She brings experience from across the primary and secondary, mainstream and special education sector, as well as significant expertise in working with autistic children to her role as staff governor.
Mr Neil Bourhill
Neil joined the Governing Board in July 2018. He has worked in computerised business systems since 1969 and has been a local government councillor and a freelance business consultant. He is chair of the Resources, Finance sub-committee and Performance Management.
Mr Luca Webb
Luca was a pupil at Carrington from 2008-2012 before heading to John Hampden Grammar School and then to Somerville College, Oxford to complete a degree in History. Whilst at University, he was President of Schools Plus, an initiative which sent undergraduates out as tutors across many state primary schools in Oxford City. He now works as Head of Communications for an international sustainable food production and project management company.
Mrs Fiona Benzecry
Fiona joined the governors in September 2022, and supports core subjects as well as the finance committee.
Ms Bryony Hamilton
Bryony works in the civil service, bringing particular expertise in supporting vulnerable families.
Ms Nicola Gibbons
Nicola is the Deputy Head Teacher and SENDCo at our school. She has previously worked in schools across Buckinghamshire and has a keen interest in the sciences, this being the subject area of her PhD, as well as a commitment to bring musical experiences to all children.