Academy Council Information

Members of the Academy Council

  • Fiona Fearon

    Academy Council Chair for Beulah Infant School
  • Debbie Butler

    Head of School
  • Adrienne Cluer

    Pupil premium
  • Geraldine (Gerrie) Ozah

    Special Educational Needs
  • Zachary Butler-Smith

  • Jasmine Walkes

Fiona Fearon

Term of Service started:

15th December 2017

Term of Service ends:

14th December 2021

Responsibilities:

Academy Council Chair for Beulah Infant School

Debbie Butler

Responsibilities:

Head of School

Adrienne Cluer

Responsibilities:

Pupil premium

Retired drama & English teacher with over 30 years’ experience of teaching in Croydon comprehensives- 10 years of which was in Thornton Heath. Strong commitment to education for all, that is both challenging & fun. Recently becoming a grandparent has reinforced my understanding of the needs of every individual child & family.

Geraldine (Gerrie) Ozah

Responsibilities:

Special Educational Needs

I became a MAC in July 2014 as I live locally and worked for over fourteen years nearby at Parchmore Community Centre as a Community Development Worker. There has long been a special relationship between the Centre and Beulah Nursery and Infant School and I often attended school assemblies, Harvest and Christmas celebrations.  Now I am able to contribute further as a MAC and am pleased to be able to support the school in this way.

I have a special interest in education, having trained as a teacher and worked as an Educational Psychologist for a number of years.

I enjoy reading and travelling in my spare time. My aim is to work with the school to help Beulah become the best it can be, to give each of our children a solid educational foundation while assisting them to develop their full potential.

I am also a Governor at the Archbishop Lanfranc Academy.

Zachary Butler-Smith

Jasmine Walkes

Minutes of the Academy Council

Attendance of members of the Academy Council

First published on 13th July, 2017 and modified 13th September, 2017

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