Meet our Governors
Linda grew up in the East Midlands and has been at St Stephen's since 2007.
Zoe AvenellCO CHAIR -SDBE GOVERNOR
Rebecca HeywoodCO - CHAIR
I am currently a civil servant working in internet safety policy. Before joining the civil service, I was a secondary teacher of English and Drama, and worked in a small charity helping young people across London to achieve their career potential. Outside of work I'm an enthusiastic potter, runner, and explorer of London and the world.
Caily MarcusPARENT GOVERNOR
ï¿½I have been a parent at this school since 2002 when my 2 older boys joined St Stephens and now have my youngest son Cory here in year two, I also worked in the children centre when it first launched back in 2008, so I am quite familiar with the school, I currently work as a civil servant for Wandsworth council. I hope that I will be able to assist the school, parents and children in my new role.
Tola OjuolapeVICE CHAIR - PCC
Tola Ojuolape is a multi-disciplinary designer with a BA in interior Architecture and an MA in Branding and Communication Design, Tola has worked across theï¿½commercial sector with leading brands on projects worldwide. Tola combines all with a lifelong passion for the Africa Continent and has worked with ï¿½African led organisations within the Art and Design spectrum. In her spare time she loves to travel & experience new cites.
Amy FowlerLA GOVERNOR
After finishing my English Literature degree I spent a few months working as a Teaching Assistant, helping GCSE pupils achieve their pass grades in their English exams. I spent time on a leadership and Management Graduate Scheme and for the past five years I have worked in Communications. I have also worked at a music exam board where the focus was on inspiring musical achievement. Outside of work, I spend most of my time playing netball or running.
Dr Mumtaz ArthurFOUNDATION GOVERNOR
Dr Mumtaz Arthur
Helen FishSTAFF GOVERNOR
Helen has taught at St. Stephen's since 2007 after completing a four year teaching degree in Leeds. Helen has taught across KS2, most recently teaching in Year 6. Helen is passionate about supporting pupils and staff to ensure that every pupil reaches their full potential. In her spare time she likes to go swimming.