The All Hallows Catholic College Governing Body
PLEASE NOTE THIS SECTION IS BEING DEVELOPED
Mrs C Watson (Chair)
I live and worship as part of the Saint Albans Catholic Community. I am immensely proud of our outstanding education provision from pre-school to 6th form and have two children benefiting from an excellent value based catholic education. I’m grateful to the staff and all involved in our church schools and welcome the opportunity to contribute. I work as Head of Human Resources, Training and Volunteering for a respected and complex local healthcare charity and have over 20 years’ experience in Human Resource Management and post graduate qualifications in Management, employment law and counselling. I believe some of my skills and competencies can add value in a school setting.
Ms A Caine (Vice-Chair)
I have been a governor at All Hallows Catholic College since 2009. Initially as a parent governor and from 2013, a Vice Chair Foundation governor.
I am a qualified nurse, on the Specialist Practitioner professional Register for Occupational Health.
I am the Director of a successful Occupational Health company which I founded 18 years ago.
I advise large companies on employee fitness for work and rehabilitation programmes. I work with many complex cases which require a considerable amount of expertise, compassion and clinical judgement. I work closely with other professionals such as; HR advisors, employment law solicitors and Health and Safety managers.
During my time at All Hallows Catholic College, I have been part of the successful journey from school to Academy status. As governors we hold the Head and Senior Leaders accountable for the educational performance of all students and staff. We ensure the schools financial position is strong and funds are spent strategically to enhance the Catholic education we provide.
Mrs J Feely
Address: All Hallows Catholic College, Brooklands Avenue, Macclesfield SK11 8LB
I had a long teaching career culminating in Headship of two Inner-city Manchester Catholic Primary schools. I was involved in working with the Diocese of Salford and Manchester Education Authority.
After early retirement I was asked if I would become a Governor at All Hallows’ and I became Chair in 2013 and I have recently stepped down on the 1st October 2019. I am a Foundation Governor.
Mr J Knight
I became a Foundation Governor of All Hallows in 2010 and shall reach the end of a second term of four years office in August 2018. I am a parishioner of St Alban’s Church in Macclesfield. I have lived in Macclesfield for over 40 years and my two children attended All Hallows in the 1990s, both progressing to universities. I have been Vice Chair of All Hallows Governing Body for a period and have chaired Committee and Board meetings.
My working background has been in government, higher education, professional bodies and voluntary organisations. My work has included strategic direction and leadership of organisations along with problem solving, performance management, project management and delivering achievements. I also have experience in the design and delivery of policies and services and in monitoring financial performance.
Mr A Davison
I have been a foundation governor at All Hallows since 2014 and am also on the governing board at St Pauls Wythenshaw. I have had previous experience as a governor in the UK and at international schools overseas.
I have worked on national education reform projects in Africa and Asia since 1992, specialising in project evaluation and the reform of administrative systems. I am currently leading the UK governments largest ever education project evaluation (in Pakistan)
My particular interests as a governor include the quality of teaching and learning, and data analysis.
Miss L Alberti
Joining All Hallows Catholic College in 2017 as a Foundation Governor, I look to support our inclusive approach, champion creativity and promote all learners developing positive habits for learning.
An art and Design teacher for 16 years, Senior Leader for 8, I am now Director of an Arts Education Organisation, with the mission to ensure no young person is isolated due to additional need but has a place and an outlet for creativity and learning, that allows for raising of aspirations, self-value and connecting with community and place.
Mr T Beesley
Before joining All Hallows as Principal in September 2018, I was Headteacher of St James’ Catholic High school in Stockport for six years and Headteacher of All Saints Catholic High School, Rossendale, for four years. I have also worked at schools in the Wirral, Manchester and South Africa, where I spent two years teaching and working as a volunteer with Street Children.
Mrs A Heaton
After 15 years leading a successful Further Education department of hairdressing, beauty, holistic therapy and hospitality catering, I came to a crossroads in my life. It was during my time studying an MA in Special Educational Needs that I unexpectedly had the opportunity to retrain to fulfil my lifelong ambition of being a secondary school teacher. Coming to All Hallows’ in 2010 on the teacher training programme was the start of my journey. As a past student and parent of children at the college, it was brilliant to return as teacher of food technology and health and social care. As staff governor my focus is on developing vocational studies whilst ensuring that we have a curriculum that is fully inclusive and engaging. Helping all students to fulfil their potential and employability for the future.
Mr D Roberts
Mrs H Rawlinson
I have been a governor in a small, rural, Church of England, primary school since 2008 and the Chair of Governors since November 2014. I joined All Hallows Catholic College as a parent governor in December 2017. My son joined the College in 2015 and I have a daughter at primary school.
I have worked in financial services, retail and utilities with roles ranging from customer services to strategic planning, operational risk and project management. In 2014, I took a complete change of direction and became a Clerk to Governors for multiple schools including academies, church schools and special schools across both primary and secondary education phases, until 2017.
I have completed the National Governance Association’s Chairs’ Training Programme (2017) and Clerks’ Programme (2015).