Staff & Governors


Judith Bloomfield Headteacher
Designated Teacher Responsible for Looked After Children
Katie Rumble Reception Teacher
Zoe Waldron Year 1/2 Teacher (Maternity Leave)
Genevieve Jupp Year 1/2 Teacher
Beth Benton Year 3/4 Teacher
Michael Burridge Year 5/6 Teacher
Dawn Hope Nursery Leader
Emma Hanson HLTA
Tracy Roberts SENDCo
Lorna Laszlo Teaching Assistant and Lunchtime Supervisor
Leanne Eldridge Teaching Assistant and Breakfast Club
Lynn Dalmedo Learning Support Assistant and Lunchtime Supervisor
Daniella Cannon Learning Support Assistant and Lunchtime Supervisor
Maria Bristow Teaching Assistant
Hannah Oakes Teaching Assistant
Julie Hall Finance and Administration Manager
Katie Ellison Administration Assistant


Russell Wood

LEA Governor

Data Protection Governor

Linked to Year 3

Chair of Governing Body

Vice Chair PR & Foundation Committee

Managing the school is a team responsibility. The chairman’s task is to lead the team of governors in order to enable it to function effectively and efficiently.
My 35 year working experience is primarily in senior management supply chain logistics roles within Sony Music & Sony Pictures worldwide. Latterly forming my own consultancy in the same field working from home. All my 3 children attended Twyford School the last leaving 5 years ago. But I am still keen to add value where I can as a governor, looking to try and leverage approaching 14 years experience, 10 of those as Chair. For me there has been a great deal of satisfaction in seeing the school successfully develop over the last few years – long may it continue!

Judith Bloomfield
Judith Bloomfield

Head Teacher

Responsible for the day to day running of the school, ensuring pupil progress and attainment is of a very high standard. Judith interacts with Governors and all other school stakeholders, co-ordinating the overall leadership & management of the school.

Andrea Hodges
Andrea Hodges

Foundation Governor

Linked to Year 1

RE and Collective Worship Governor

Chair of PR and Foundation Committee

Responsible for monitoring and evaluating the impacts of the teaching of RE and collective Worship within the school advising the Governors & Diocese as required.
It was an obvious decision to stand as a governor as an old pupil myself and especially as now my own two daughters are pupils. I wanted to help support the development of the school for future generations. I have been appointed as a foundation governor as a result of my involvement with the Twyford United Reformed Church and I am keen to ensure the school retains it’s church school ethos and continues to promote Christian values. I have worked for the NHS for the last 12 years and I am now the Personal Assistant to the Triumvirate management team for the Division of Surgery and Critical Care so I have to be highly organised working for three individuals. Although hopeless at mathematics at school I have worked in two different aspects of the financial world. I left university with a law degree and commenced work at a small derivative trading company running the back office operations. I have worked for a professional executor and was responsible for managing individual estates and settling people’s financial affairs so I am used to looking at balance sheets and budget statements.

Katie Ellison
Katie Ellison

Staff Co-opted Governor

Linked to Year 2

Chair of Welfare Health and Safety Committee

Policy Admin.

I was first involved with the school when my middle son started back in September 2007 followed by my youngest 2 years later. I was appointed Parent Governor in November 2015 and I welcomed the opportunity to be more involved with the school and give back some of what the school has done for them. I believe that the parent voice is a very important one when making decisions on how the school is run. I am passionate about the positive effect education can have on children’s lives and hope to help create an environment where each child is valued as an individual and helped to achieve their potential. My early working years were spent in architecture and marketing, but since having had children I have had an administrative role in my husband’s construction company, so I hope to bring a variety of skills to the table when facing the exciting challenges ahead.

Paul Stewart

Community Governor

Linked to Year 3

Equalities Governor

Chair of Curriculum and Policies Committee

Policy Management

As Policy Governor I am responsible for maintaining, monitoring & reporting on policy tracking to ensure that all policies are reviewed on due dates and expedition of requirements on policies with all committee chairs.
My working experience is in sales and marketing, for most of my career working in large multi-national companies and culminating in a period at the end of my career as a business development consultant. I have now largely retired but retain an interest in helping clients back into the job market following redundancy. I have had a long held desire to make a contribution to my community by becoming a governor at a local school, a desire that was realised when I was “encouraged” to take up the position of Co-opted governor by my next-door neighbour, who happened to be the Chair of Governors at Twyford C of E School.
Verity Cadd
Verity Cadd

Foundation Governor

Linked to Year 4

Vice-Chair of the Welfare Health and Safety Committee

Science Governor

Child Protection

I am a passionate member of the village of Twyford. I have lived in the village my whole life, as have both my parents. I attended the school myself in the 80’s and my mother was a driving force preventing the closure of the school during that time. My son has just started his schooling in the nursery class and I am looking forward to many years of close association with the school while he is attending. I am an active member of Twyford United Reformed Church attending services regularly and assisting with fundraising. I am secretary of Twyford and Charndon Women’s institute and a leader at Grendon Underwood Brownies. I have a PhD in Biochemistry initially specialising in Cancer research, before moving into industry. I have over 20 years experience in laboratory based experimentation and project management in cell and microbiology.

Michael Burridge
Michael Burridge

Staff Governor


Vice- Chair of Curriculum & Policies Committee

Laura Charles
Laura Charles

Community Governor

Linked to Year 3

Chair of Finances, Premises, Personnel and Pay Review Committee

Development Governor, responsible for coordinating the training and skills development of the governing board.

Carolyn Deeley
Carrie Deeley

Parent Governor

Linked to Nursery

Pupil Premium and SMSC Governor
With one daughter already at the school and another hopefully starting next year I was very keen to give something back to the school which is helping to educate and shape our girls. I was keen to be involved with a Church school that maintains the Christian values I hold close, and am keen to be involved in shaping the education of young children who are so important to our world.In my working life I used to be an Interior Designer before having the girls. Having met my husband, I now live on a busy farm, feeding calves, doing accounts and running a B&B. I hope to bring some of the skills I have learnt in those varied roles to help my role as a Governor.

As Pupil Premium Governor I am responsible for liaising with the staff and reporting back to the Governors on the progress of Pupil Premium pupils and their changing needs. Ensuring that the school is using the Pupil Premium grant to best aid those particular pupils who require extra support.

Felicity Stewart
Felicity Stewart

Associate Governor

Linked to Reception

Literacy Governor
As Literacy Governor I take a special interest in literacy issues and help ensure that they remain high on the school’s agenda. I provide a link between governors and staff on literacy issues, reporting to the governing body and/or its committees as agreed.