Mrs Sarah Campbell
I was delighted to be appointed as a Pardbt Governor in 2014. Having lived in North Tyneside for over 35 years I have a strong connection to the School and the Community. My children and relatives have attended the school and I currently have a child in Year 5. My background is over 20 years of working in a number of roles within the public sector. My current role is a Senior Operations Manager in the Civil Service. I bring my knowledge, experience and skills gained from these roles to the school which includes; financial management, HR, Communications, Recruitment and Project Management. I am proud to work alongside pupils, staff and parents of the school to help create a safe and supportive learning environment for children to grow and achieve great results.
Mrs Margaret Scott
Chair of Governors
I was born and bred in Wallsend and spent the final 20 years of my working life in the town. I retired in 2012 after nearly 40 years working as a teacher and teacher trainer in a variety of settings, including secondary and further education. I have always believed strongly that if a person’s initial experience of learning at the primary school stage is positive, they will be well set up for what comes next so was happy to become a governor of Wallsend Jubilee in 2011. Since 2014 I have acted as Chair, a role which I enjoy and take very seriously. I am proud of my association with Wallsend Jubilee.
Mrs Claire Howard
I have lived in Wallsend all of my life and I attended Wallsend Jubilee Primary School as a pupil in the 80's/90's.
I have worked in the Voluntary and Community Sector for the past 15 years. Within this time I have managed a number of different projects and have worked with and supported a wide of range people.
This experience has shown me how important a good primary school education, in a safe and supportive environment can be to a child.
I now have 2 children who attend Wallsend Jubilee Primary School. I am very proud to be a Parent Governor, and to have the opportunity support the school to continue to develop and thrive.
Mrs Aimee Mason
I am Parent Governor at Wallsend Jubilee Primary School. Both of my children attend and attended the school. My daughter has just left in Year 6 and my son is in Year 2.
My background is in special educational needs, I have worked for 18 years in a secondary school specifically working with students with autism. I believe every child should be educated in a warm, caring, stimulating environment, within which the well being of the child is at the forefront of every member of staffs mind. I look forward to another successful year as Parent Governor at Wallsend Jubilee.
Ms Katrina Moffat
"I have been a governor for North Tyneside Learning Trust since 2011 and I currently have roles at George Stephenson High School as well as Wallsend Jubilee Primary School.
I have spent all of my professional career working in education, primarily supporting students into Higher Education but also working with SEND students. I have a keen interest in social mobility and ensuring that young people are provided with the opportunities they deserve, regardless of their background.
As well as being a governor, I am also a member of Girlguiding and have a popular Guide unit in Forest Hall which gives me the opportunity to support young women to build confidence and skills for their future."