Mrs Katherine Saunders
I am a Mum to three boys who have all gone to Meath Green Infant School, the youngest having just started in reception. My eldest left to go to Junior school a couple of years ago and my middle son is in Year 2. Throughout having children at the school I've been impressed with how friendly and supportive the staff are and all three of my boys have thrived here. The school has a really positive ethos and the Head and Senior Teachers are really keen to build on the schools good reputation and continue to improve, this makes being part of the governing body really enjoyable. Having previously worked as an NHS Hospital Manager I now run my own healthcare consultancy company and work in hospitals around the South East of England, hopefully the management and finance skills I use in my work are useful in my role as a Governor.
Miss Vicki Rose
My son started at the school in 2018 and I was keen to become involved so decided to become a governor after he joined. I am interested in understanding how the school operates, the challenges it faces and offering support to overcome them. I look forward to helping support the school’s continued growth and improvement. I have lived in Horley for many years and work in the construction industry so will try to bring some of my local knowledge and skills to the governing body.
Mr John Williamson
I joined the Governors this year and look forward to helping to ensure the school continues to provide the excellent learning place it has been for all the time I have been involved. All my three ( grown up ) children and two of my grandchildren have benefited from going to the school . I currently work in the NHS but worked as a police officer and an investigator for about 40 years. I am involved in the Pathfinders Scout Group in Horley and was involved in Horley Round Table for many years. I hope I will bring to the board of governors years of experience in fundraising , dealing with different stakeholders and a willingness to learn and look at imaginative ways to deal with the challenges ahead.