Information about all of our governors is provided below. If you need any further information, please don't hesitate to contact the school.
I have lived in the Audlem area for many years and worked from home running the admin side of our Agricultural contracting business. I have three sons and now three daughters in law together with three grandchildren who all live close by and am consequently very interested in ensuring that the education provision in the area is amongst the best.
I have many years experience of school governance, firstly as a parent governor at both Buerton primary school and Brine Leas school. I have learned much from both settings and am currently Chair at Brine Leas as well as Chair at Audlem. I am very much enjoying my involvement with Primary education again and particularly seeing the school and children thrive.
My name is Nick Brennan and I have lived in Audlem with my wife Laura since 2007. I am very keen to contribute to the local community as so many others do. As a Vice Principal of a secondary school in Stoke the most obvious way to do this was to volunteer to become a Governor at the local school which my son attends.
Over the last two years since becoming a Governor I have been privileged to have met and worked alongside committed colleagues, talented and hard working staff and, most importantly, wonderful children. I believe passionately that education is the most powerful tool to change a child's life for the better and that Audlem deserves a community school that can achieve this.
Tony was a law professor and pro-vice chancellor at Keele University. He has been a governor of a senior school, a sixth form college and a university. His interests include walking and history. He is married and has two grown-up children who went to school in Nantwich and grandchildren about to start school.
Sue is a retired primary school teacher. She is married with 3 grown up children and 4 grandchildren, 3 of whom attend Audlem St James School. She is an active member of Audlem Methodist Church, the Inner Wheel Club, National Women's Register and the local support group of the National Trust. Her other interests include walking, cycling, Scottish dancing,the theatre and travel.
Margaret is a retired Primary School teacher and head teacher. After retiring, she continued her love of working with children, organising and running wildlife workshops and farm visits.
Four years ago, she moved to the Audlem area with her husband and enjoys many varied interests; gardening, walking, willow weaving, patchwork & quilting and crafts. In those four years she has also become a Grandparent to five Grandchildren which entails many journeys to Wales, Devon and thankfully Cheshire!
I have lived in Audlem since 2005. My husband and I have two young children, one of whom is a pupil at St James'. My career has been in advertising, internet marketing and project management. However, since having children I have focussed on raising our family and voluntary work. I help deliver worship within the four primary schools in the benefice and also at St James' Church in Audlem.
I believe that it's crucial for our village to maintain an excellent school, and one that continues to be a fun, safe and caring environment for all.
I am very happy to live locally in Audlem. I am married with 2 children Elizabeth and Curtis but in a previous life, my professional career was predominantly in the pharmaceutical industry across sales, marketing, training and management roles.
I love music, reading, time with my family and friends, keeping fit and the great outdoors. As a governor I am passionate about the success, growth and well being of the children of Audlem St James School.
I currently teach Year 4 and joined this school in September 2016. Before training as a teacher, I had a successful career in Sales & Recruitment in the IT industry. I am always keen to use my experience and links in the IT world to enhance the provision of the Computing curriculum in school and I am keen to talk to parents and carers about expanding the curriculum by using personal experiences and local resources. I am also a keen rugby fan and enjoy providing after school clubs such as Ultimate Frisbee and Quidditch.