Hello my name is Aimee Burch and I am new to the school and the role of Governor. My child has just started reception and with another due to join in two years time. I am keen to become an active part of the school community and help shape the community of the school. I have been a social worker in children’s services for 12 years so my expertise is in safeguarding, promoting children’s welfare and keeping children’s best interests at the centre of all decisions.
Terms of office: 02/10/2022 – 01/10/2024
I’m Alison Darrington – I am a parent governor at Bosmere Primary School. I believe it’s important to take an active part in the community and I wanted to be involved in my children’s education as well, not only to help them progress but also to support Bosmere as much as I can. My two children attend and love Bosmere School.
Work-wise I am a freelance trainer, working with organisations in East Anglia to increase effectiveness and productivity of their customer service, sales and management teams.
I also volunteer for the Needham Market Community Council where I look after the publicity of their Art Exhibition and Craft Fairs.
I enjoy gardening and am trying to persuade my children that planting veg and flowers is more exciting that simply digging large holes and making mud pies.
As a governor I sit on the Finance Committee and I’m responsible for mathematics – highly ironic since this was my weakest subject at school! Yet I’m thoroughly enjoying my role, finding it rewarding and learning a huge amount.
Terms of office: 05/02/2021 – 04/02/2025