Full Governing Body
Tyndale Community School is run by Chapel St Community Schools Trust in partnership with Oxford Community Church.
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Department for Education
The school is governed by a Local Academy Board combining local parents, teachers, business people and community leaders. Working with many other volunteers, the governors’ aim is to develop a school that meets the needs of local families, encourages the aspirations and attainment of local children and enables the whole community to invest in future generations.
Local Academy Board Members
Keith Elmitt (Chair)
Now retired, Keith Elmitt has been involved in education all of his working life. He has a BA (Hons) Degree in Science from Oxford University alongside a Masters in Education from Oxford Brooks University. Keith has been a teacher for over twenty years, with ten of those in senior leadership position including headship. He was also instrumental in setting up Tyndale Community School and has served as a governor since the school began. Keith is also a governor for another local primary school, where he served as Chair for several years. Up to retirement Keith was on the pastoral staff of Oxford Community Church, a school partner. To contact him please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or post via the school’s office.
Dave Munday – Vice-Chair, OCC nominated Governor
Sue Mortimer – Trust Nominated Governor
Caroline McNicoll – OCC Nominated Governor
Augustine Kanu - Parent Nominated Governor
Rizwana Kausur - Parent Nominated Governor
Jess Peiro – Staff Nominated Governor
Dianne Carbon – Trust Nominated Governor
Charlie Hicks - Community Governor
Maureen Thompson – Trust Nominated Governor
Stuart Larkin – OCC Nominated Governor