To contact the Chair of Governors or Governing Body, please write to:
Rachael Collier Clerk to Governors c/o Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy King George Avenue Ilkeston Derbyshire DE7 5HS
Alternatively, email the clerk to the LGB at [email protected] or telephone the school reception on 0115 9303 724 and leave a message.
Trevor Hunter Vice Chair of Governors
Trevor is registered Contact Lens Optician practising in community eye care.
Previously he spent 25 years working in Further and Higher Education. He was a senior leader with responsibility for vocational education and specifically apprenticeships.
He is principle examiner for the Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers and is involved in charity work for an organisation for children with disabilities in Thailand.
Jeremy Selwood Community Governor
Jeremy is the director of a regional construction company, a not for profit zero waste shop and a creative hub/creative studios in Ilkeston.
He was a scout leader and youth group leader for many years and is the Youth Officer for a local Rotary Club.
He has ten years’ experience of school governance.
His strong local business, charity and education community links help to support the development and growth of the pupils' skills and qualities.
His two daughters have attended school and he enjoys supporting the leadership team to help develop high quality education for all.
Sarah Henshaw Parent Governor
Sarah is a parent governor at Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy since November 2019. She has two boys who are both pupils at OIEA. She is an Infant school teacher with 20 years’ experience in education. She has been involved with school governance for many years as both a staff and parent governor. She hopes to utilise her skills and experience in education to support Miss Salt, the Governing body and the staff in fulfilling our aspirations for the future of Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy.
Wendy Disley Parent Governor
Martin Stovin Community Governor
Martin brings a wealth of Public Administrative experience to the Academy. He hopes that his contribution to the Board provides a viewpoint that is not connected with education.
Martin is semi-retired and is also a co-opted Governor at a local Primary School. He has undertaken a variety of roles within the Public and Private sectors. He believes every child deserves the best experience possible and is looking forward to supporting the leadership team to help develop high quality education for all.