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Section One

Governor Profiles



Nick Williams - Co-opted (Chair)


Nick has been part of the Town Farm School Governing Board since 2013. He is a senior HR professional working in the public sector. He has previous experience of children safeguarding and investigations.

Why I became a Governor …

Nick is committed to ensuring that the school is a safe place where children can reach their highest potential.

Nick is married and a father to his son.

In his spare time, Nick enjoys cycling and long walks with his family, including his two dogs.


Joe Maryon-Inwood - Co-opted (Vice-Chair)


I live in Stanwell .  I moved to Feltham for a while but Stanwell called me back 10 years ago! My daughter attended Town Farm school. I work for a national charity. When I'm not working I enjoy listening to music played a little too loudly and avoiding gardening.

Why I became a Governor:..  

I watched Town Farm bring out the best in my daughter. It's great to see a child become confident and enjoy learning. I wanted to help others in my community get that feeling too.  I met some of the governors at a drop-in session, not for moment thinking that was role I could take on. I thought you needed to be an accountant or a solicitor, amazingly they were normal people! I had the time and I knew that I could make a contribution.

I enjoy being a governor. It's interesting being involved ‘behind the scenes' and helping the school on its way into the future.


Pat Todd - Co-opted 


Started with a career in children’s public libraries then children’s homes and finally a Pre-School owner. I am married with two adult sons both educated within Spelthorne schools.

Why I became a Governor … I have spent my adult life working with children and have always been interested in their development. I have been a governor within Spelthorne for over 30 years always within primary schools. During my governship, I have held the role of Special Needs governor, Early Years governor and held both Chair and Vice Chair roles. I remain convinced that it is essential we give our children the best possible start in life to enable them to grow into well-educated adults.


Luis Elias - Foundation Governor


Over the last twenty years I have developed a career at Heathrow Airport. At present, I manage ten airlines with a team of 120 employees. Prior to my airport career I was at Barclays bank PLC, there I undertook a variety of duties but finished my career in banking as a Chief Cashier managing a team of ten employees. During my banking years I also became a qualified youth worker and assisted for many years at my local youth club.

 Why I became a Governor …

I chose to become a governor as I feel very strongly in supporting our school and ensuring that our children and community move forward with the correct guidance.

 I am quite new to the role but I hope that as I gain a greater understanding that I, along with the board will be able to make a positive change for our school.   


Michelle Loveridge - Staff Governor & Nursery Nurse 


I have lived in Stanwell for 28 years and both of my children were pupils of Town Farm. I have been a Nursery Nurse for 31 years and have worked at the school since 2006.

Why I became a Governor …

I am very passionate about Town Farm and care about the children who attend and I wanted to be able to have a say in what happens that affects the Children's future learning and well-being.

Most enjoyable part of the role is being part of the future of town Farm and being able to support the staff and children.


Mr Khalid Mahgoub – Parent Governor


My Wife and I have 4 boys, three of which are currently attending the school and my fourth son I hope will also be attending Town Farm School next year. We have lived in Stanwell for the last 11 years.

I come from an IT background and have worked in the retail, banking and now financial sector, where I have worked as an Incident/Problem Manager and Systems Analyst.

Why I became a Governor …

I will admit that initially my main interests in becoming a parent governor were to ensure that my children are offered the best opportunity in their education at Town Farm Primary School. But now after thinking more about what this role entails I have come to understand that it is not just about my children but the entire school, students and teachers alike.

By taking an active role in the management and development of the school I can bring what knowledge, experience and determination I have to try and help improve on the current achievements made by the school. To ensure that Town Farm Primary School is providing the best education for our students and the best environment for both the students and staff.

I have not started my role as parent governor yet but am very much looking forward to working with the school and governing body.


Sarmila Bhal - Parent Governor


I have a Degree in Law and own a business

Why I became a Governor …

Wanted to know more about how education system works and how I can contribute to make it better. 

Most enjoyable part of the role is being able to make it better for kids to be in school and enjoy school and always wanting to learn more to better themselves. Kids in this school love the school which is the best part of it.


Section Two