Mrs Sarah Elphick
Mr Robin Norgreen
Robin first moved to Slinfold in 1989 and both his children attended the primary school. After an initial career in the finance sector he entered the world of education, teaching foreign languages at secondary school level. He is now retired but hopes that his experience in education and his understanding of the demanding role of teachers of to-day will enable him to make a contribution to the school. He is eager to see the school thrive.
Mrs Kathy Morley
I moved to Slinfold in September 2014 and in the next two years, a new home and working farm was established. Then our daughter married in St Peter’s Church and our grandson was baptized there by Reverend Sandra. I feel I have put down roots in this lovely village. Prior to that, I lived in Oxford for twenty one years. Having moved there initially for the education of my two children. During my time there I qualified as a Relationship Counsellor and practised for 10 years, the last 2 years as Chair of the Oxford branch of Marriage Care. I was also involved with Relationship Education in Secondary schools as a Facilitator.
Education has been my guiding force: I started out as an English teacher in Secondary Schools and then spent 5 years teaching English as a Foreign Language in Brighton.
As a Governor of Slinfold Primary School, I shall enjoy contributing to the school achieving an even higher standard. I have a particular interest in the development of young children’s skills in Reading and Creative Writing.
Mr Paul Stacey
Paul has lived on Wickhurst Green since 2015 and has two children attending the school. Paul works for Guildford Borough Council as the Parks, Landscape and Heritage Manager which involves managing a large team of staff, a 2600 acre estate of green spaces, property, cemeteries and crematoria, some significant heritage assets such as the museum, and Guildhall and major capital projects. Childrens play development is also a significant part of his role and a key interest of his. Outside of work Paul also volunteers at RHS Wisley assessing plant trials and as a 'Green Plan it assessor', part of the RHS's campaign for school gardening for 11-19 years.
Paul hopes to support the school with his public sector experience given the current challenging funding and policy environment. He has been impressed with the schools staff, resources, links with The Weald and feels the school provides a healthy learning environment and good opportunities for the children.
Mr Iain Bubb