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Christine Murray-Watson retired recently from nearly twenty years as an Ofsted inspector and a church school inspector for the National Society. She currently works for both Hereford and Canterbury dioceses as a quality assurance reader for SIAMS (church school) reports. Until 2012, she also worked with her husband producing hand made chocolates!
I am a mother of 3, and was educated in Hereford, at Hereford Cathedral School and then returned to teach here when my children were small following a teaching career in Rickmansworth and Worcester.
I am currently an Assistant Head Teacher, Senco, and safeguarding lead at Aylestone Business and Enterprise College and federated primary schools, having been a Head of House and Head of Biology.
I love teaching, and being with young people, and am privileged to work with young people from age 4- 16 in my current role.
Outside my working life I love sports such as skiing and hockey, and singing .
Malcolm has had an extensive background in statutory education with special reference to the primary phase. He has served as a teacher, member of a Local Authority Advisory and Inspection Service and 18 years as a head teacher, with his final post being a Diocesan Director of Education.
Malcolm is a past secretary of The College of Teachers and has served on a variety of Local Authority education committees, forums and panels including the Yorkshire and Humberside Education & Skills Commission. He is a licenced Reader in the Church of England. Following retirement to Hereford he was appointed a Foundation Governor at St Thomas Cantilupe Church School.
A register of any relevant business interests the governors have that could be connected to the school is signed at each meeting.