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Meet the Governors
Mr Jeffrey

ROY JEFFREY

I have been married to Pam for 45 years and have two grown up sons (Andrew and Philip). Born in Ashton-under-Lyne, I moved to Stalybridge when I got married but have recently returned to Ashton. From 1978 to 1990, we lived and worked in Zambia. I was an Elder at my church in Zambia and am currently Treasurer at my local church.

My working life, before retiring, consisted of 24 years in various industries, followed by retraining as a secondary school science teacher and then teaching science and maths for 20 years. The final 11 years of my teaching career were at Trinity Christian School.

As a newly appointed Chair of Governors, I bring my life skills to Trinity Christian School, which is obviously close to my heart. My time teaching at Trinity Christian School has given insight into what the school stands for and how it works out its mission statement in practice. I am fully committed to serving the school as a Governor.

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RAY FAWCETT

My responsibilities as a governor include ensuring that the school carries out its statutory duties in relation to the Dfe and the Charities Commission as well as ensuring that the vision and ethos of the school is maintained.  I also have a role with the school finances.

I am an experienced teacher who has taught at Trinity School as well as several state schools and therefore bring my expertise into the governing body .  I have spent several years in Mission as manager and leader.  I currently have a leadership position in the church I attend.

I believe that Trinity has a role in our current society that many state schools do not provide.

 

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DAVID TYLER

I have been associated with the school for over 20 years, mainly as a parent,
and currently have two daughters as pupils.  After some time in industry, my
own work has been in Higher Education, where I have 35 years of experience.

As well as recognising the importance of a Christian ethos, I am a strong advocate
of worldview thinking.  Our society is largely secular in its thinking, and this is defended as a neutral stance permitting diversity.  However, it is my conviction that secularism is not neutral. Its influence actually promotes a spirit of intolerance and brings turmoil to our society.  I hope to help the school in its journey through challenging times.

Rob Williams

 

ROB WILLIAMS

I’m Rob Williams and I have been a governor since Autumn 2014.

As I am a joiner by occupation, my particular role within the governing body has naturally dovetailed into being responsible for the fabric of our school buildings.  It has been fulfilling to be able to contribute and use my experience in this way, as well as to take part in the decision-making processes that need to happen.

My own three children have attended the school and have benefitted from the caring, nurturing environment that the school provides.