|Ray Brown||42 years in heavy industry - mainly in Finance/Administration includes -
||Looks at Schools strategic direction, effective management of staff, ethos and passion for improving education for all Middlesbrough children.|
|Graham Henderson CBE DL||Retired: University of Teesside Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive||Current roles include:
|Julie Davies||HMRC, Higher Officer Worked in the department for 26 years, management level for last 6 years||Oversees management financial performance, ensuring money is well spent, compliant with policy, procedure and best value.|
|Alison Kerr||Retired headteacher - over 30 years Teacher, headship experiences in a range of schools including one with significant specific SEND provision; Pennyman Primary 1998 -2011 Stockton Head, 7 years prior to 1998 Ex School Improvement Partnership Served as a SEN Advisor for Middlesbrough LA from 2012 Acted as Schools rep on the Schools Management Forum||ensure pupil progress and attainment accurate and impacts teaching and learning, performance management, strategic plans of school improvement. Passionately cares about Local children and the accountability to the local community.|
|Geoff Lamb||Retired Chartered Chemical Engineer with 45 years experience on heavy inorganic chemical industry.
||Extensive project management experience|
|Christine Wain||Executive Headteacher since 1998 NLE Teaching School Head - Middlesbrough Schools' Teaching Alliance (MSTA)||Leadership, Education, recruitment and retention, Pupil Premium, Safeguarding|
|Jane Thackstone||21 years in Education
||DeputyHeadTeacher-Green Lane Primary Academy Alliance Lead for Schools Direct|
|Len Clark||HR 25 years LA experience|
|Catherine Jones||Began teaching in primary school Sep 1994.
||Deputy Headteacher at Lingfield Primary since Sep 2013|
|Stuart Williams||Social Care Worked as Social Worker in Middlesbrough now runs own business in Safeguarding Consultations Focusing on safeguarding, PREVENT agenda, experience at chairing meetings, handling complaints||Independent Social Work Consultant specialising in safeguarding and child protection. I have worked both locally in Middlesbrough and Nationally with local authorities improving and developing services to keep children safe with a keen interest in promoting opportunities for vulnerable young people. I am a newly appointed Governor determined and committed to working alongside Pallister Park to continue to improve the educational opportunities of pupils. I being a specialist knowledge of children's welfare with me as wells a strong background in leadership - having worked with hundreds of schools across the country I am able to ensure that the best of the best is implemented at Pallister Park.|
|Ros Jessop||Maintained School Business Manager for 20 years.|
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