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The school Governors completed the skills matrix and it was identified areas for development: Experience of being a board member in another sector or a governor/trustee in another school, the experience of chairing a board, financial planning, the experience of procurement, the experience of premises, and facilities management, links with the community, links with local businesses.
Martin has lived in Enfield since 1996. He works in Information technology and has a master’s degree in IT Security. His connection with
Waverley began when his daughter, Aida, joined the school aged 3. She progressed through the school and finally left in 2015 aged 19. Before she
left, Martin decided to give something back to the school which had done so much for his daughter and joined as parent governor. As a governor
he took advantage of the Governor Accreditation Program training provided by Enfield council, and after his daughter left, decided to stay on as
a Co-Op governor.
Chair of Governors
Lucille is a Registered Mental Health Nurse who has specialised in Child and Adolescent Mental Health for 25years; in her current role, she is part of a multidisciplinary team and is accountable for the assessment and direct treatment of care for children and young people and their families as well as holding senior management and safeguarding role Lucille has an MSc (Interprofessional Practice Child and Adolescent Mental Health) and has published a paper.
‘Engagement with young people who self-harm: Mental Health Practice 2011. Lucille has two daughters who are both in their twenties and enjoys spending time with her family and swimming.
Co opted Governor
Lorraine has worked for 7 years as a teacher working across the Secondary 3 and 4 departments. She previously worked at Enfield College as a Core Manager (Centre of Vocation Excellence in Early Years) for 9 years. She sits on the Staffing and Curriculum Committee at Waverley. She is a qualified ASA swimming coach and uses these skills to support teachers and pupils.
Maria Andrew’s son started Waverley at the age of 3 years old and is now in the Secondary 4 department 9 years on. Marcia is a family lawyer by profession, but she has not practised since her son had meningitis resulting in his disability. Marcia was an active member of the WASP committee and supported the charity in raising funds and doing presentations to various groups i.e. Sainsbury’s. Marcia has supported many families in the school through difficult times. Marcia supports the ethos and the vision of the school and wants to make a valuable contribution in the decision-making process.
Michael’s daughter has attended Waverley for 10 years where he was previously a Governor. Professionally Michael has worked with children and young people for over 30 years as a Youth Worker, Teacher, and as Child and Educational Psychologist. Michael has been an active contributor to the community and voluntary work since the 1980s and helped set up summer schools in the UK and overseas summer camps. Michael is a multiple post-graduate degree holder who currently manages a large County-wide educational Psychology team as well as an experienced school Governor since the 1990s.
Nick is a former Councillor in the London Borough of Enfield and has lived here for 20 years. Nick runs his own business and would like to ensure that his knowledge of local government and working with the private sector can be used to help Waverley with respect to working with the Council, Education Authorities, and fundraising.
Ayshe has been working at the school since 2012 as a teaching assistant, she has studied health and social care at college. She has taken courses in PODD and EYFS and uses these concepts in areas of learning in primary 1. Ayshe wants to pursue a career in language and speech therapy she also wants to give her experience and knowledge as a TA to help the school to become the best.
Rupali Bhullar, is the mother of two girls Mehr and Gia who is at Waverley School. Rupali worked as an assistant Architect before the children came along and are now a full-time carer for Gia. She is an active member of Our Voice, a parent forum that works to improve services for children and young people with disabilities of SEN in Enfield. Working with SEN to improve its quality for kids and young adults is now Rupali’s passion. She hopes to bring some positive inputs to achieve success for Waverley.
|Sibel Remzi Dulger
Co opted Governor
Sibel had some training in Waverley school in 1998 and later joined the school as a TA in 2010. Sibel worked as a TA throughout the school until she became an admin officer and joined the school office. Prior to Waverley, Sibel had experience in banking where she used to be a counter manager, she has worked with marketing companies and excels in administrative job types where she has had many opportunities to work in varied admin roles and as a personal assistant. Sibel is somewhat of a perfectionist and has high standards, she takes pride in her work and is very efficient. Sibel has two children and is a very active mum. She likes to travel with her family, she is a great cook, and loves event planning. Sibel has great relationships with parents as well as staff within the school and she hopes that by joining the Governing body she can help bring ideas together and make important and valuable decisions for Waverley school.
Co opted Governor
Fiona first trained as a physiotherapist and has worked in a range of settings including the charitable sector, NHS, and private practice. As a Bobath trained physiotherapist, she specialised in children with neuro disabilities working in special and mainstream schools. She took on the management of wheelchair services across Barnet and won national recognition for her work to improve access. Fiona progressed to healthcare management holding Director roles in the community and primary care organisations. She was Director of Integrated Care at the Royal Free Trust and the
Hospital Director at Chase Farm where she facilitated the transition to the new hospital. Fiona has lived in Enfield for 36 years and has 3 daughters and 8 grandchildren all living locally.