Mrs Michelle Bean
Chair of Governors
Safeguarding and Child Protection Governor
Hadleigh Junior School
Local Governing Body
Our Local Governing Body is currently made up of the following members
Mr Glenn Moore – Head Teacher
Mrs Michelle Bean – Safeguarding and Child Protection Governor
Ms Rebecca Howard – Vice Chair of Governors
Mrs Sarah Thompson – Staff Governor
Ms Corinna Pieper – Parent Governor
Mrs Rachel Whipps – Parent Governor
Mrs Carly Nokes – Parent Governor
Mr Russell Batten
Mr David Retberg
Mrs M Bean
I joined the governing body as a parent governor in October 2012 and i am currently Chair of Governors. I am also one of three governors who come into school on a weekly basis and monitor a particular area of the curriculum.
I am married with four children, and work from home as a company secretary for my husband’s business, which works largely with the rail industry. I enjoy spending time with my family and friends and days out in London.
I joined Hadleigh Junior School in January 2016 and as Headteacher I am responsible for the internal leadership, management and organisation of the school. I have a key role in working with the community to formulate whole school aims, objectives and policies. I attend all Governing Body and Committee meetings, reporting to and collaborating with governors as appropriate.
I have taught in a range of schools across the Southend area and have enjoyed roles with the Local Authority and my time as Chair of Governors of a local school.
I am married, with two young children, which provides me with a useful insight as to what it is like to be a teacher and a parent.
In my time away from school I enjoy spending quality time with my family, which usually includes various sports clubs and typical family days out. I greatly value the importance of a healthy lifestyle. I particularly enjoy football (including watching West Ham United), swimming and I am a member of a local running club.
Reading is another passion of mine- I often alternate between two books at a time.
I have been a governor at HJS since September 2014, I am currently the Chair of the Finance Committee. Being a governor is very interesting and challenging, I've learnt lots about the school as well as myself.
I have two children, one of whom is a current pupil in year 5. My other child attended the school 6 years ago, and is currently at a local sixth form. I work as an admin manager in the retail sector, which I have done for nearly 20 years.
I am one of the staff governors, having taught at Hadleigh Juniors for 3 1/2 years. I have been a teacher for 14 years, working in 2 local primary schools across both Key stages, in a variety of teaching and leadership roles. I am currently working as a year 5 teacher, with responsibility for maths and part of the senior leadership team.
As a staff Governor on the Curriculum Committee my main role is to provide an insight into the day to day activities of the school and explain the various projects and initiatives taking place as well as being a voice for other members of school staff.
Outside of school I enjoy spending time with my family, including my son and husband. We enjoy being in the 'great outdoors' including camping- when the British weather permits!
"I became a Governor earlier this year. I wanted to become a Governor on order to support Hadleigh Juniors and help the school community be the best it can be for our children.
I am currently a parent at the school, with a daughter in year 6, and a son in year 5. I also work at the school as a Midday Assistant. I find both these roles as a Governor and a Midday Assistant very rewarding.
I am married and live in Leigh. I enjoy working out and socialising with friends, but above all, spending time as a family!"
Ms Corinna Pieper – Parent Governor
Previously Chair of the Parents Association, I have been supporting the Hadleigh Junior Governing team as a parent governor since September 2016. As well as weekly monitoring I have a particular area of responsibility as SEND governor, I now also coordinate the Parent Forum.
I joined the Governing Board after my oldest had just left Hadleigh Junior School and my youngest was coming up from the Hadleigh Infants & Nursery School. Born and raised in Germany, where governing boards only exist in companies, it is quite fascinating and rewarding that here is an actual chance as a parent to support the school and its community.