The Governing Body, led by the Chair of Governors manages the school. The work of the Governing Body is undertaken by various committees, which meet throughout the year and report to the termly Governors’ Meetings.
Chair – Linda Thomas
Vice Chair – Lauren Price
Parent governor vacancy
PFT governor vacancy
Chair of Governors – Mrs. Linda Thomas
My name is Linda Thomas and have been a governor at Lessness Heath since 2015 and have been Chair of Governors since March 2018. I am a retired primary teacher who taught for twenty five years as a classroom teacher and as a senior leader within various schools in both Greenwich and Bexley. I have lived in the borough for most of my life, so I am very familiar with the local area. I am married with two grown up children and two grandchildren and in my spare time I like to travelling, sailing and sing in a local choir.
Vice Chair of Governors – Ms Lauren Price
I am a Primary First Trust appointed governor and am a parent of two children who attend Lessness Heath.
I have previously worked as a primary school teacher before working in teacher training as a lead teacher and advisory teacher. I am currently working as a family learning tutor for a local college.
As a governor I am chair of the Teaching and Learning and Standards Committee. I have been pleased to be involved in the school during the progress Lessness Heath has made over the last year.
Outside of being a governor I enjoy spending time with my family in the local parks and at music events in London.
Jackie Piller – School Governor
Appointed as a governor by the Primary First Trust, I am a qualified Management Accountant currently working in a Transformation and Change environment for a Financial Services Institution.
I am passionate about learning and I’m a learning champion within my organisation, so my appointment as a governor at Lessness Heath enables me to gain a different perspective of the Education system outside of the corporate environment.
My interests are travelling, reading and various craft activities, but most importantly, learning.