To find out more about the Governors at Queens Park Academy see further information below.
Rob runs an educational consultancy and video production business, RobsonKing Ltd with his wife, Catherine. Before this, Rob was the CEO of one of the first multi academy trusts and has 30 years of experience as a teacher including 15 years as a secondary school headteacher. Rob has served as a governor and trustee for many years both at primary and secondary levels and has worked on many committees and areas of governance. He has also advised the governing bodies of several other schools.
In his spare time, Rob enjoys the theatre, cinema, reading and many different sports from the comfort of his armchair
I have worked at Queens Park Academy for a number of years and in a number of different roles. I decided to apply for the role of teacher governor to widen my understanding of school leadership and governance. I believe Queens Park is a very special place and serves a unique and diverse community. I hope that my work, both on and off the governing board, ensures that the children develop a deep rooted love of learning as well as other life long skills. I hope to ensure the children's experiences are first class and they have exciting and interesting opportunities which support their learning.
I have a passion for Education and enjoy being active in the community. Given that the school plays such a central role within our community, I put myself forward for a governor position having completed the Higher Diploma in IT and the community leadership management program in 2008. I believe that I have experience that will be useful in helping the school with its mission moving into the future.
I was appointed a public governor to NHS East London Foundation Trust in December 2015 and am now a vice chair of the communications and engagement committee, member of Patient Participation committee and a member of the SACRE committee of Bedford Borough Council.
Over the past year I have contributed to East London Foundation Trust’s mental health policy and strategy, including promoting “Break the stigma” campaign and being an ambassador for the domestic violence. Previously, I have worked as a health and well-being professional working with people who have physical disabilities and sensory impairments.
As a SEN Governor working closely with the school SENCO, I make sure that the school’s SEN policy acknowledges the needs of the looked after children amongst all my other duties of being the SEN Governor including removing barriers to achievement.