Mrs Pip Campbell

Chair of Governors

I have been living in St Kew with my husband for the last 20 years . I have four children and two grandchildren. My two youngest went to school locally. I am a qualified nurse and spent 11 years working for a training company. I am now retired and spend my time looking after our small holding, gardening and riding my old horse around our beautiful lanes. I have a passion for seeing young children enjoying and learning at school and am proud to be the chair of governors at such a good school as St Kew.

Community Governor

Emily Goodey

Community Governor

Emily resigned from the LAB in November 2020.

After studying Graphic Design at Falmouth Art School and Nottingham Trent University, and a stint teaching English in Spain, Emily trained as a teacher at the College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth. With over 15 years experience of teaching all ages, Emily is now a teaching Head of School at Upton Cross ACE Academy. Emily is lead Governor for Safeguarding. Term of office: 16-11-16 to 15-11-20. Declaration of business/pecuniary interest: NIL

Mrs Rachel Murray

Head of School

Rachel has been teaching at St Kew ACE Academy since September 2004 and became the staff governor soon after. In May 2017 she was formally appointed as Head of School at St Kew within the Atlantic Centre of Excellence Multi-Academy Trust. Rachel teaches the Reception and Year 1 children in Newton Class and shares teaching responsibility for this class with Mrs Lee-Ann Robins. In her spare time, she is kept thoroughly busy with both her stepchildren and grandchildren. Term of office: 01-09-17 - 31-08-21. Declaration of business/pecuniary interest: Head of School.

Mrs Leonie Loreilhe

Community Governor

I’m Leonie and I live in St Kew. My daughter attended St Kew school and loved it here, she then went on to Wadebridge School and is now a teacher herself in a London Borough. I have worked for many years in Health and Early years and spent some time setting up Sure Start Children’s Centres. I’m really looking forward being a community governor and to seeing the Early years provision in the school go from strength to strength.

Mr Tim Davis

Parent Governor

I have been a part of communities as a serving Police Officer for over eighteen years and have now settled with my family here in Cornwall, where I continue to Police. Previous to that I have been a manager in the leisure industry. I have three children all at St Kew Primary School and am delighted to be a parent Governor at the school.

Mrs Katie Lusty

Community Governor

I have lived in St Kew for the last three years. I have worked for many years in local government, including Head of Library Services in Torbay. Most recently I have worked for Arts Council England in the South West.

I am delighted to be a community governor at St Kew. There is so much that goes into providing a full, broad educational experience for our children and I hope my contribution will support that effort.

Mrs Sarah Lush-Williams

Parent Governor

Sarah believes that St Kew school has an important part to play within the parish of St Kew and the wider community. Her six eldest children have attended the school for all (or most) of their primary education. She has worked at the school too so has been involved in both a professional and personal capacity.
She believes that the school gives children a good start to their education and is delighted to support the school as a governor to achieve its goals. Her experience as a teacher is a great advantage in the LAB membership.