St Bede's Inter-Church School

St Bede’s Inter-Church School

“Cum Deo - With God”  •  Cambridge
St Bede’s Free School Go
Ofsted Outstanding


St Bede's currently has vacancies for a Parent Governor, an Anglican Foundation Governor and a Roman Catholic Foundation Governor.

Parent Governor Nomination Form

The Governing Body 

  • Miss C Avery, Governor
  • Mrs C Branch, RC Foundation Governor
  • Mrs K Collins, RC Foundation Governor, Chair of H&S Committee
  • Mrs V Corrie-Wing, Co-opted Governor
  • Revd Dr G Cook, RC Foundation Governor - Chair of Governors, Chair of Chaplaincy Committee
  • Mr A Day, Headteacher
  • Mr J Glazier, Parent Governor
  • Mrs K Love, Clerk to the Governors
  • Mrs J Henry, Anglican Foundation Governor
  • Mrs D Houghton, Staff Governor
  • Miss A Le Scelle, Staff Governor
  • Mr G Morgan, Parent Governor
  • Rev S Plant, Anglican Foundation Governor
  • Mr P Reid, Governor
  • Mrs H Turner, Anglican Foundation Governor
  • Mr M Watson, Governor, Chair of Finance
  • Mrs P Wolff, Anglican Governor

The full Governing Body determines all school policies and meets once per term.

Specific Governors' business is dealt with in committees:

Teaching and Learning Committee - meet once per term
Finance Committee - meet once per half term
Health and Safety Committee - meet once per term
Admissions Panel - meet when necessary, but at least once per academic year
Chaplaincy Council - meet once per term

Governors can be contacted via the Clerk to the Governors at:

St Bede’s Inter-Church School
Birdwood Road
Tel. 01223 568816


The purpose of the school is to provide a high quality secondary education inspired by the educational vision of our two foundation churches. The Governors are working to provide the highest standard of education, spiritual growth and Christian and personal formation. The students are:

  • Encouraged to nurture their gifts and talents

  • Offered a programme to develop knowledge, understanding, imagination and practical skills in all areas of the curriculum

  • Encouraged to leave the school with the highest qualifications of which they are capable

  • Encouraged to work with Governors, with staff, with each other and with others in developing their own personalities and in acquiring respect for themselves and for others

  • Encouraged to become independent and to acquire self-discipline, wisdom and a sense of responsibility

  • Encouraged to take care of the world in which they live

  • Able to share with the whole school community a common faith in God revealed in Jesus Christ

  • Enabled to grow in the nurture and faith of their own churches and to participate in discerning partnership and informed dialogue with others

  • Enabled to develop a sense of their personal vocations as Christians

  • Helped to develop a partnership with the local community in meeting local needs, especially through the use of the school premises and facilities

  • Able to share in the partnership which the school promotes with families, the Churches and primary schools

  • Encouraged to understand their relationships to people and their needs worldwide