An education professional with extensive experience spanning primary, secondary, higher and adult education. Gill taught English in Hertfordshire secondary schools for many years and have been involved with school governance of primary schools for 15 years. Most recently, she worked at the University of Hertfordshire delivering a variety of mentoring programmes with an emphasis on mentoring in schools. Gill’s interests include playing, umpiring and coaching netball and writing poetry and organising Ver Poets.
Tracy has been part of the Governing Body since 2003.
As the Head Teacher it is essential that she provides the Governing Body with the relevant information to enable them to effectively undertake their Statutory roles. Tracy started her teaching career in 1998 and has had the opportunity to work for and with some excellent leaders who have helped her shape her own leadership.
I joined the Governing Body in September 2017, following a long career in the City of London and volunteering across Hertfordshire.
My professional career in Retail Banking and Consultancy over 25 years included Executive Director roles at a major leading UK Bank and several senior roles in directing projects focussing on Strategy and Change Management.
Since leaving the City, I have volunteered supporting education across Hertfordshire. I am fully committed to ensuring that our school is able to challenge and develop all pupils to enable them to confidentially develop as active members of our community.
Suliman was appointed co-opted governor in October 2015. As well as having a son at Reddings Nursery he is a passionate believer in the school and its pivotal role in the community. As a Public Health Project manager he is keen to ensure that the school is outcome focused and gives every child the best start in life.
I was appointed as a Governor in September 2017. I am a local resident with two young children and am a passionate believer in the role of primary education in developing well rounded young people that are prepared to embark on fulfilling futures and contributions to society. I was raised and educated in South Africa and currently work as a finance and strategy professional in London.
I am keen to help The Reddings effectively manage scarce resources and continuously evolve its strategy in a changing world.
Assistant Head (Curriculum and Assessment) - I was very lucky to have my first experience of teaching, here at The Reddings, as a first year student teacher and consider myself extremely privileged to be back now as Year 2 class teacher and leader of Key Stage One. I have now been a teacher for over ten years and have experience of teaching in both Key Stage 1 and 2 but specialise in working with younger learners, which is a joy as they are still at the beginning of their journey into education and making learning exciting and creative is my passion. Over the years, I have taught at different schools within the local area and have led various subject areas. I love to make learning fun and interactive using drama and working outside the classroom when possible.
At home, I am Mum to 2 boys and enjoy spending my spare time having fun and keeping active with them.
I became a Governor in 2018 as I am interested in the part that early education plays in creating educated, confident and well-rounded adults of the future. I believe that my extensive experience in all aspects of Human Resources and working in the private sector brings a commercial and specialist expertise that I hope will contribute to the continued success of Reddings School. In particular, development of and support for the people agenda.
I have lived in the area for most of my adult life and have a grown up daughter. I enjoy lovely walks in the local countryside with my husband and dog
I became an Associate Governor to The Reddings Primary in October 2018. I have worked in Education for over 9 years both in an administrative and classroom capacity and am currently working as a School Business Manager and Clerk to the Governing Board for a local maintained education provision. Prior to being in education I worked in the HR department for a large financial institution. I believe effective quality education for our young people is important and one of the reasons I decided to volunteer my spare time to become a Governor and support others.