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Trudi Barnes, Chair of Governors
I have over 20 years experience of working in Early Years and Childcare that includes managing nurseries and running a Children’s Centre in North Somerset.

When I moved to London I was keen to continue supporting the work of nurseries and was so pleased to find RONEC in my local neighbourhood.  From when I first visited the nursery I felt at home, always a warm welcome and the feeling of purpose and belief in all the children made me want to support the work they do.

I am passionate about Early Years and Childcare and how these years are the stepping stone to the future for all children. By giving them opportunities to play and learn supported by very skilled staff and in partnership with parents nurtures a love of learning . I am so pleased to be able to support RONEC in continuing to grow and develop with the amazing children and families they work with.

My children are all grown up and am lucky to have 4 grandchildren who continue to show me the joy and potential of children every day.

Ruth Chamberlain – Parent Governor
I first became interested in RONEC when I took my daughter to the stay and play sessions. Luckily, she got a place at the nursery and really enjoyed her time at RONEC. I really liked the way RONEC went about doing things and I wanted to find out more about how the nursery worked so I became parent governor to be able to support the nursery further. I am now a co-opted governor as my daughter has left but I wanted to continue to help the team at RONEC to achieve their goals in enabling all the children in their care to flourish.
Martin Crosier – Co-Opted Governor
I wanted to become parent governor to help the continual improvement and success of RONEC. I currently have my second child going through the nursery school and benefitting from the excellent practices and experience of all staff. I aim to help the HT, all staff, children and parents get the most out of their time and broaden the message to potential future attendees. In particular as a parent of two SEN children I have first hand knowledge on how beneficial the right early education plans can be and aim to widen this message and advice to the wider community.

As a director in a live entertainment venue group, I bring many skills from a commercial and business background in particular being able to advise on the subjects of marketing campaigns, technology, sales, project management and finance.

Beatrice Baidoo – Parent Governor
Being an ex pupil at Ronald Openshaw (well over 25 years ago!) I always had fond memories of my pre school days. So when the opportunity to become a parent governor arose, I took it without any hesitation.

As a mother with both children having attended/attending RONEC, I have been able to see first hand the fantastic services provided to children and parents.

As a parent governor, my is aim to help the nursery school achieve its aim and continue to be an outstanding nursery school. As part of the curriculum committee I can help assist in the learning and development of the children by reviewing high standards of educational attainment and targets set for pupil achievement.

As a parent governor, I am able to help and work closely with the head teacher and staff and help the governing body to communicate effectively with parents.

Andrea Caldera – Parent Governor

I first learned about RONEC a few years ago when my step-daughter was a pupil and I am now a parent governor with my daughter attending the nursery.

Since the beginning, I’ve always been impressed by the professionalism and dedication of all staff at RONEC and by the excellent care they provide so when the opportunity presented itself I joined as governor. 
My main background is in software engineering but I’m hoping to help and support RONEC in any way I can. 
Lorraine Halls- Co-Opted Governor

I became interested in RONAC when I approached them regarding a placement with my foster child. My child suffered with trauma which presented in many ways, RONEC where absolutely professional in their approach with him, who eventually excelled in his personal development.
Working closely with all the staff at RONEC gave me a insight to the daily tasks that they face and I wanted to support them more and I was approached to become a Parent governor. I am proud to support RONEC, the staff and all the good work they do within our community.