Chris is a co-opted governor, and her two children are former St Peter's pupils. Chris has lived in St Albans for 20 years and is a chartered tax adviser, and works as a school business manager in a school in Abbots Langley. She is Chair of the Resources Committee and is the Link Governor for Computing and e-safety.
Miles joined the governing body as a parent governor in January 2019. He has 2 children at St Peter's. Miles works for the Environment Agency and has experience as a team leader, asset manager and project manager. He is a member of the Resources Committee and Link Governor for Humanities and is the lead for Health and Safety.
Jennie is a co-opted governor whose two children both attended St Peter's. She is an economist and civil servant and in recent years has worked primarily in the areas of transport and climate change. Jennie is the Link Governor for Maths.
Michael has been a governor at the school since 2013 and is the local authority governor. His daughter attended St Peter's School. In his paid work he runs his own business working in learning and behavioural change, working mainly in the public and third sectors. This follows twenty years in large businesses in the private sector. He is also the vice chair of trustees at a residential special school in Oxfordshire. He is the link governor for Year 3, Special Educational Needs and a member of the School Improvement Committee.
Mandy is the deputy head of the school and has been a governor since 2014. She joined St Peter's in 2013; she is part of the Senior Leadership of the school and has taught in several year groups. Prior to St Peter's Mandy has over fourteen years experience in teaching and has worked in other local schools. Mandy is a member of the School Improvement committee and leads on Maths and e-Safety across the school.
Maniza is a Co-opted Governor with two children at St Peter’s school. Maniza has been a resident of St Albans since birth, attending local schools in St Albans.
Maniza’s background is in Education, she has a degree in Theology and is a teacher by profession. She has experience in senior leadership and management.
Currently she is a voluntary chaplain working within the interfaith community.She is a member of The School Improvement Committee.
Hannah is a co-opted Governor and is a parent to two St Peter’s students. Hannah’s background is in Health Care, with a degree in nursing, she currently works closely with young people and their families to improve their health and well-being. Hannah is a member of the Resources Committee and Link Governor for Reception.