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Chair and safeguarding of MCA
QuaLITY OF EDUCATION governor
Jenny is the Director of Impact at The Tutor Trust, an innovative charity that partners with schools to provide small group tutoring to pupils in disadvantaged communities. Prior to joining The Tutor Trust in 2017, she worked in a variety of teaching and middle leadership roles at a secondary school in Bolton, and is a TeachFirst ambassador. She shares MCA's commitments to educational equity, evidence-based practice, and working closely with families and communities.
BEHAVIOUR STAFF GOVERNOR
QUALITY OF EDUCATION governor
Holly has been a Governor at MCA since 2018 and sits on the Quality of Education sub-committee. She is a qualified teacher with a Master’s in Education and after teaching secondary English she progressed to work at Teach First, the education charity, coaching and mentoring trainee teachers. For the past four years she has specialised in evaluation in the education sector and she currently works as an Impact Partnerships Officer for ImpactEd, a not for profit organisation that supports schools and education organisations to evaluate their impact.
QUALITY OF EDUCATION GOVERNOR
Grace is currently a managing education recruitment consultant and works with schools across Greater Manchester. Having worked within the education sector for over 10 years, Grace uses her experience and knowledge within her role as a Governor. Grace is particularly interested in the wellbeing of children, as well as staff development.
In her spare time, Grace enjoys cooking, reading and eating cake!
Zoe is a qualified teacher with a BA Hons degree in Education and Personal Development. Zoe has 20 years’ experience within the further education (FE) sector. Zoe began her career in education teaching in Further Education Colleges and progressed into a Senior Management role. Zoe has experience in managing a variety of vocational curriculum areas and is currently an Assistant Principal for Quality in a Further Education College.
PARENT GOVERNOR: PARENT FORUM
Helen joined MCA as a Governor in April 2021 and feels privileged to be part of such a dedicated team of staff and Governors. MCA made a huge impression on Helen right from her first meeting with John Rowlands when she realised that she shares many of the same values as the school. Most importantly, Helen feels that all children have the right to receive the best quality education regardless of their postcode.
Helen’s professional background is in the education sector where she has been a primary school teacher for the last 7 years. Helen has worked in most of the primary year groups and is currently working in Year 6. At her school, Helen is geography subject leader and have been heavily involved in the Year 6 to Year 7 transition process between her own and her feeder school. Helen’s varied roles have given her the amazing experience of working closely with primary children of all ages. Helen looks forward to now working within the secondary sector to help MCA to continue to provide the best education they can for their students.