Caroline is a mum to twin boys, who joined TGFS in Reception September 2018. She also has a teenage daughter. She moved to Tylers Green in 2015. Caroline works as a Chartered Accountant and has worked for Lloyd’s of London specialising in Financial Planning & Analysis and has also worked for Catlin Plc, Beazley Plc and Liberty Mutual Group. Caroline wanted to be actively involved with our school and is looking forward to supporting the Governing Body to achieve the school's ambitions.
Suzanne joined the Governing Body earlier this year. Suzanne has a background in Operations Management and is now a business lecturer at Bucks New University in High Wycombe. Originally from Northern Ireland, she lives in Tylers Green with husband and two kids. One of which has just started Tylers Green First School. As a governor, she would like to use her educational background to support and progress the school.
Haydn Darch has lived in Tylers Green for 39 years, is married and has 2 married children who attended both the village schools. He is retired after 46 years working in production management and management development in the paper making, printing and oil industries, the Home Office and latterly the Cabinet Office. He also ran his own consultancy for 12 years working in the UK and internationally for private and public organisations. In addition to being a co-opted governor he is one of four TG parish councillors.
Rebecca Evans was elected to the board of governors in December 2019. Rebecca works as a Global Marketing Manager and a Change Management Leader in the life sciences sector and brings many years of experience in marketing, branding, communication and strategy development to the board. She is keen to apply her skills in a new environment and support the local community. In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys keeping active and going to the theatre.
Mark is currently Vice President at DHL. With over 23 years’ experience in Supply Chain, procurement, project management and business development, he currently has global responsibility for all packaging solutions. Mark sits on the global DHL Development board and has led the development of many public and private contract negotiations across different sectors. Mark is married with 2 boys and lives in Penn.
Ian and his family have lived in the village for over 20 years. He began his career in finance as a fund manager, based in London and New York. He then worked for, and was a partner at, the largest global investment consultancy firm having responsibility in setting, monitoring and adapting the very successful strategic direction for the organisation. In 2013, seeking a new, more purposeful career, he completed his PGCE and training (spending a very enjoyable 8 weeks with us) then becoming a class teacher at a local Special School. Having recently retired, he now devotes much time as a volunteer for the Buckinghamshire Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service (SENDIAS) and is a governor at another local school.
Kathryn has worked in research and development for nearly 20 years, both in academia and industry. She currently works for the pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline within respiratory medical affairs, where she is responsible for providing medical education to healthcare professionals and reviewing scientific and marketing materials. She lives in Tylers Green with her husband and three children; two sons who attend TGFS and a daughter who has recently started at Little Oaks @ Parish Rooms.
Esther has worked within the television industry for 20 years and is currently the Head of Production within the Creative Team at UKTV. She has previously worked for Disney, MTV and the BBC whilst living in Singapore. Esther grew up in the village and attended both the First School and the Middle School. Esther moved back to the village 10 years ago and has a three-year-old daughter and a one-year-old son who she hopes one day will be lucky enough to attend the school.
Laura is the Assistant Headteacher and SENCO at Tylers Green First School and joined the school in 2019. She has taught for over 20 years, mostly in Buckinghamshire, in both mainstream and specialist primary schools.