Pete Lightfoot

Pete is an Associate Director with a private quantity surveying practice working all over the United Kingdom.  He has project management and quantity surveying experience and became a foundation governor in 2008 utilising the same skills since then.  Pete is a committed Christian attending Reynard Way Evangelical Church.

Pete is the Chair of Governors, Chair of the Safeguarding & Inclusion Committee, Chair of the Strategy Committee and the safeguarding governor.  In these roles Pete is able to challenge the school leadership team hopefully allowing the school to move forward to a better Ofsted rating, while ensuring that the focus is always on the pupils, whether the safeguarding and care of the same or bettering their achievements.

Sheila Moakes

Sheila is a retired Director of Nursing who worked extensively in the Middle East and now has her own consultancy company in Health Care Planning and Equipping.  Sheila is a member of Billing Parish Anglican Church and is the Parochial Church Council Secretary. She was invited to become a Foundation Governor to St Andrew’s based on her commitment to her faith and as a result of understanding about PFI’s and their impact on healthcare and school builds.

Sheila is the chair of the Finance Committee and sits as part of the Strategy Group assisting the Senior Leadership Team in planning the focus for our children’s achievements.  She also sits on the Safeguarding Committee where she actively undertakes reviews of the school in relation to its care and safety of the children.

Mary Lunn

Mary is a Foundation Governor, appointed  09 November 2017 to the full governing  body and Safeguarding and Inclusion Committee.  Mary has always been passionate about and fascinated by education at all levels and welcomed the chance to serve as a governor.  Mary is retired now, but spent a total 24 years teaching Science at secondary level and held posts of responsibility within a couple of Science departments. Her interest in primary education began when her children were little and she used to help out regularly at the school they attended.  Mary then did a Middle School placement prior to returning to teaching after a career break.

Mary is actively involved in the life of her local church and two of the schools she worked in had a Christian ethos. As a governor she looks forward to being a “critical friend” to the school and staff to support and encourage them as they aim to enable each child fulfil their God-given potential.

Marianne Mann

Marianne has been a class teacher at St. Andrew's CEVA since September 2014. During this time she has taken on  roles of History co-ordinator, Maths Shadow co-ordinator, School Council facilitator and runs the netball club. Marianne has worshiped at St. Peter's Church, Brackley for 25 years. 

Marianne is a staff governor and also sits on the learning provision committee.

Alan Owen

Alan is a Senior IT Project Manager with a nationally recognised FTSE 100 company. He has spent over 20 years working in the retail and distribution sector in Supply Chain and IT management roles.

Alan joined the board of governors as a Foundation Governor in September 2018.  He is a member of St Andrew's Church Great Billing and is also a member of the Parochial Church Council where he is serving as Treasurer.  One of Alan's two children is currently a pupil at the school, the other is a former pupil who completed Year 6 in July 2017.

Alan is a member of the Safeguarding Committee and also the Full Governing Body.  He is committed to ensuring the school is a safe, secure environment both in terms of the physical  building and also the wider child protection and welfare issues within the Safeguarding role. As a full governor he looks to provide effective scrutiny of the school's performance to ensure the School Leadership team are striving to continually raise the school's standards.

Lizzie Lleshi 

Lizzie has a background in project management, with the last ten years as a senior leader and project manager for a large international children’s charity. Through their focus on education, she’s seen the importance of a strong framework, clear and decisive leadership, and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of children. Her specialisms include systems and procedure development, and change management. As a governor, she looks forward to working with the team, to deliver a robust approach to improving the school, and ensuring the pupils can benefit in this early stage of their education.

Lizzie joined the Board of Governors in March 2019 as the Local Authority appointed Governor.

Valmir Gjoza

Valmir is a positive, enthusiastic and conscientious person with experience across a number of functions including Printing management, Oil Pipeline Maintenance Services and Customer Service Representative and Metering Technician at a Water Company for over 10 years.

As a Water Regulation Inspector, it is Valmir’s responsibility to carry out thorough inspections of all work carried out by ground workers and plumbers on all new housing developments. This is to ensure all properties comply with current water regulations.

Valmir is very interested in the well-being of children and also about the school's progress.  He is enjoying his time as a parent governor for the school and is always around if anyone ever wants to discuss anything about the school. Valmir has two children who currently attend the school.  Valmir has a real passion for enabling people to realise their full potential.

Shelley Buckingham

Shelley is a Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Officer for an Engineering development and testing company; prior to this, she worked for manufacturing and surveying companies and has 10 years’ experience in her field.

Shelley has experience in HSE best practice and compliance, conducting risk assessments and advising on health and safety across all levels.  This can range from advice on the correct safety wear to the installation of new experimental equipment and the necessary safety precautions i.e fire protection.

Shelley has one son at St Andrews and is looking forward to contributing to the safety and well-being of the school, the children who attend and providing a parental view point on issues to the Governing body.