Governors and Register of Interests

The English Dominican Congregation (Stone) Charitable Fund set up and operates St Rose’s nursery, school, post-16 and St Martin’s centre for 19-25 year olds. The charity’s registered number is 271922. St Rose’s school was founded in 1912.  For more information see History.

The Board of Governors for St Rose’s are:

Governor   Register of interests
John Kyffin (Chair)  

Foundation Governor

 

Gloucester Clinical Commissioning Group – lay representative  (pecuniary)

NHS Education South West – lay representative (pecuniary)

Foundation Governor – All Saints Academy, Cheltenham

Member of Clifton Diocese Audit Committee

Sister Pauline Burling OP Foundation Governor

Chair of Trustees

Trustee of the English Dominican Congregation which owns St Rose’s
Sister Teresa Billington OP MB Foundation Governor Trustee of the English Dominican Congregation which owns St Rose’s
Hugh Bradley Diocese

Representative

None
 

Lyn Frith

 

Community Governor Strategic Commissioner for SEN Swindon Borough Council,

Director Cspire Ltd

Husband – Roger Bushell, Director Cspire Ltd, Director Active Impact, employee Staff College

Son – Matthew Frith, employee Mobiloo

Canon Tom Gunning Foundation Governor None
Tony Hickey Foundation Governor Employer – Mencap (pecuniary)

Wife – Ann Fowler, Deputy Director of Education, Clifton Diocese

Stan Waddington Community Governor Gloucestershire County Councillor for Minchinhampton District
Margaret Smith Foundation Governor None
Jacky Stewart Parent Governor Gloucestershire Constabulary employee (pecuniary)
Ruth Poole Parent Governor None
Sheila Talwar Staff Governor None
Jean Bankhead Staff Governor None
Mike King  

Staff Governor

 

None

 

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Education

St Rose’s aims to provide a broad and balanced curriculum that offers stimulating opportunities appropriate to the needs of our students.

 

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Therapy

A team of experienced therapists are employed directly by the school to work alongside education and care staff. Collaborative therapy and sharing that knowledge is integral to the work of our school.

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Care

When a child or young person is happy, they have the best chance of progressing and achieving their goals. Ensuring that your child’s emotional needs are met is as important as their physical requirements.