Welcome to the Governors’ page of our school website. School governors have general responsibility to parents and the Local Authority for the effective management of the school, acting within the framework set by national legislation and the policies of the Local Authority.
Our current chair of Governors is Jez Tucker.
Governors help to decide school policy and share responsibility for the management of the school. They advise and support the headteacher and staff, working with the school to meet the needs of the children whilst ensuring that the school provides good value for money. They help the headteacher in the selection of staff and act as a link between the school and the community.
If you are interested in being a governor, please contact the school office to find out if we have any vacancies.
If you would like to contact a governor, this can be done through the school office. Letters marked for the attention of a governor will be passed on in confidence.
I have been a member of the governing board at George Street Primary School
since the Autumn term of 2015. My current role supports EYFS.
I believe that every child should be encouraged to reach their potential
and the foundations start with our youngest children.
I am Detective for the Metropolitan Police Service and have enjoyed a varied
career so far. I am also a mother of two children and my eldest is currently in year 6
at George Street Primary School. I have been an active part of the George Street
community for many years and have actively supported the PTA since my
daughter first attended reception.
I enjoy exercise, in particular swimming and walking. I particularly love a
muddy winter walk in my wellies! I'm a keen film enthusiast and love going
to the cinema and watching musical theatre.
My name is Natalie Cain. I am a Local Authority Governor and was elected in September
I am the link Governor for the Pupil Premium, Sports Premium and Finance roles.
My background is heavily finance related. I am a Partner in a local firm of
financial planners and investment managers.
I have a big affiliation with George Street as it was the primary school I attended
and I have nothing but happy memories. My son is in Year 2.
Outside of work we love being outdoors as a family, usually chasing after our dog Cooper!
I have been a school governor for George Street Primary School for approximately
the last three and a half years. My current role within the full governing body is school
curriculum and standards, this role includes a link with the schools current lead(s)
for Mathematics and Science.
When in industry I was a chartered engineer, before entering the teaching profession
when the aircraft industry began fall into decline. After obtaining the relevant PGCE,
I then taught at Secondary, Further and HE levels, finally retiring as a Deputy Director
of Technology in a large inner London all through College.
I believe that every pupil matters and should be encouraged and developed in
order to reach a highest potential as is possible whether this is at an age related level or above.
I have two children who attend the school, I born and raised in Hemel Hempstead
local to this school. Educated locally and have a BA Hons degree in Business Studies,
currently working as a Store Manager. I bring my management experience and
my positive vibrant personality to the governing body as a parent governor.
I was delighted to be appointed Governor for George Street in January 2020. I hope my experience in education (having taught in the FE sector from 2004 - 2012 and in the Primary sector since 2012) and enthusiasm will enable me to make a valuable contribution to both the school and the wider community. I am currently an Assistant Head Teacher in a two form entry primary school.
I enjoy reading and playing football when time allows as well as finding adventure with my two children who also attend George Street. I have lived in Hemel Hempstead since 2007 after moving here from London.
I became a co-opted governor at George Street Primary in December 2020
and volunteered to be the vice-chair of the Governing Body. I was formerly
a governor at a Junior School in Radlett for more than ten years, in
which time I had been vice-chair of the Governing Body and Chair of the
Resources Committee. I am currently a trustee of a Multi-Academy Trust in
Radlett. I have two boys, both of whom are working and have experience
of private and state education.
I was lucky in going to a brand-new Middle School and then Grammar
School, in Poole, Dorset and have very fond memories of my
school days, from which I developed a thirst for knowledge
and learning eventually graduating from Southampton University with a
degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics. I was inspired whilst at
school and believe that every child should have the opportunity to achieve
their full potential in a safe and inspiring environment. I have a particular
interest in SEND from personal experience and seen what achievements
have been achieved with the right support and environment.
I started training as an accountant but decided that was not for me and
went to work in the City for a global investment bank, firstly in IT
and later in Research building up an expertise in Indices, eventually
designing indices for a global index provider. After several years doing
consultancy, I now work for a global data provider specialising in index
data and also have an interest in a cryptocurrency fintech company.
Apart from being a governor and trustee, I am chair of Radlett 41 Club
and on the committee for Radlett Horticultural Society. I am also a
committee member for Mid-Chilterns CAMRA and editor of their magazine.
I also enjoy walking, cooking, reading and music; and would like to
finish my Private Pilot’s Licence one day.