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Meet the Governors


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Governors Information for Academic Year 2023-2024

Statement on Governor Allowances


Mr David Christie

Mr David Christie is a Co-opted Governor and has been a member of the Governing Body for over 8 years, and Chair since 2015.

David grew up in Beckton and was a councillor here from 2010 to May 2018. He became a Winsor Governor as he knows how important education is to our young people. As a result, he wanted to be involved and help to support the school. He currently works for Transport for London where he is involved in planning the future of London. He enjoys travelling as well as spending free time with his wife and young son. David describes Winsor’s children as never ceasing to amaze him in what they achieve and every time he visits the school, he recognises that all the staff are so positive about making the school even better for the whole community.

Mr Stuart Cameron

Stuart Cameron has been a Winsor governor for 6 years. He is chair of the School Improvement and  Curriculum committee.

Stuart worked for the London Borough of Newham for 35 years as a primary school teacher and education project manager.

When he retired, he wanted to continue his interest in Newham schools and make a positive contribution, being a governor at Winsor gave him that opportunity.

He is honoured to be involved with a great school, working as a volunteer,  with a dedicated, professional staff and hard working pupils.

He often  visits the school to observe well planned, challenging lessons prepared by committed teachers and to see the pupils respond with enthusiasm and concentration.

Miss Raakhee Jagwani 

Miss Raakhee Jagwani is a Co-opted Governor and has been a member of the Governing Body for two years, and Governing Board vice-Chair and chair of the Finance and Premises Committee since 2021.

Raakhee grew up and was educated in Newham and worked on out of school hours learning projects in the borough for about ten years. She became a Winsor Governor as she also knows how important education is to our young people and wanted to support Newham schools. She currently works as a Head of Audit for a finance firm and is FCCA, CFE, CIA, CAMS, CISA qualified. Raakhee has described Winsor staff as one of the most dedicated and invested team of people who care deeply about the future of Winsor’s children, always going the extra mile despite the challenges faced. She has been impressed by the children’s achievements and how parents are also engaged such that Winsor is not just a school to the local community, but a support network working together to support young people. Raakhee says that anyone from any background can become a School Governor and help students, staff and parents at their local school. She feels she has already learnt so much from the Winsor Governing Board and says it’s a pleasure to be part of a dedicated team who give their time so freely to support education and the future of Newham’s children.


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Religious Education

David Christie

Safety, Wellbeing & Mental Health 

Julie Evans

Inclusion/ SEND

Raakhee Jagwani

Parental Relationships

Santhosh Baba & Fiona Kondra

Looked after Children

Raakhee Jagwani

Safeguarding & Online Safety

Raakhee Jagwani & Karolis Zacharauskas

Governor training

David Christie

Health & Safety

Victor Oshinowo & Karolis Zacharauskas

SDP Priority 1: Writing

 Julie Evans & Santhosh Baba

SDP Priority 2: HR Policies and Proceedures

David Christie

Raakhee Jagwani


SDP Priority 3: teaching & Learning

Stuart Cameron


SDP Priority 4: EYFS

Karolis Zacharauskas & Alex Apeagyei

Other Positions

Agreed 05 October 2023, unless otherwise indicated *.



Chair GB (elected for 2 years)

David Christie

Vice-Chair GB (elected for 2 years)

Raakhee Jagwani

Governors Forum representative

Victor Oshinowo

NPW Authorised representative

Anita Kumar

NPW delegated attendee

David Christie

Chair Finance* (every 2 years)


Raakhee Jagwani

Chair School Improvement Committee* (every 2 years)

Stuart Cameron