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Floreat Wandsworth Primary School is one of the schools belonging to the GLF Schools Trust.  Floreat Wandsworth transferred from the Floreat Education Academies Trust to the GLF Schools Trust on 1st September 2019.  In a Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) the Trust remains ultimately responsible for standards and finance, however, it would be impossible for trustees to oversee everything in all schools and so key supporting roles are delegated to local school standard boards (SSBs), which work to support the Trust in their work. The Floreat Wandsworth School Standards Board includes the Headteacher, a GLF Education Partner, parent and community representatives, and is accountable to GLF Schools Trust.

Further details on governance at GLF Schools Trust's, including the Scheme of Delegation and Articles of Association are all available to download here.


Meeting dates for Floreat Wandsworth full SSB meetings this academic year:

Autumn 1

Wednesday 20th October 2021

Autumn 2

Wednesday 15th December 2021

Spring 1

Tuesday 8th February 2022

Spring 2

Thursday 24th March 2022

Summer 1

Tuesday 24th May 2022

Summer 2

Tuesday 12th July 2022


Meet the Parent and Community Governors

Deon Boakye, Community Governor

I believe that everyone deserves the right to a transformative education; Floreat Wandsworth's values resonate with me.  My strong public sector background centres around my belief that when public service is done right it can really change people's lives.  I have lived in Wandsworth for 20 years and have built strong community realtionships.  Both of my children attend Floreat Wandsworth.  I work in the learning and teaching sector as a director of marketing and communication and I believe I have many vital skills to bring to the role.  It is the perfect opportunity to make a difference.

Mills Brough, Community Governor, Chair of the Floreat Wandsworth SSB

I have been a member of the Floreat Wandsworth SSB since the school opened in 2015.  I was elected as a Parent Governor, and became Vice Chair in 2016, before taking on the position of Chair in July of 2018.  When taking on the role of Chair I also moved from being an elected parent governor to a community governor.  My husband and I lived in Earlsfield for over 14 years and both of our sons attended Floreat Wandsworth.  Prior to having children, I worked as a primary school teacher for over ten years and my last role was as a Deputy Head.  As well as bringing up my family, I am committed to ensuring there is strong governance at Floreat Wandsworth. 

Fiona Campbell, Parent Governor

I have often worked with young science ambassadors and they usually credit a fantastic school experience with lighting their spark for science or engineering and setting them on a rewarding career path.   This has given me a strong interest in education and how my son and all children can receive the investment in their character and life skills, reach their academic potential and understand the world of opportunity and how to access it.   At work, I oversee our work with schools to bring science to life as well as our external stakeholder engagement, and ensuring that the organisation models a sustainable way of operating. I am keen to bring this experience to the team of governors at Floreat. 

Harriet Johnson, Community Governor, Vice Chair of the Floreat Wandsworth SSB

Having been involved with Floreat since 2016 when my daughter started in Reception, and having had two children who attended the school, makes me feel very invested in its future. I love the vision, teaching and character learning of Floreat and am proud to be more involved through a co-opted governor role by helping develop its standing in the community, where we lived for eight years, and to help it reach its goal of becoming an outstanding school. My career in marketing and sponsorship in the corporate world involved dealing with many senior stakeholders, governing bodies and the general public. Much of my role focused on grassroots sport, encouraging children to take part and helping communities to come together.

Ian Lewer, Community Governor

I have lived in Putney for 7 years and was elected to Wandsworth Council in May 2014.  During my time as a Councillor, I have sat on a variety of committees including Education & Children’s Services for 3 years. Currently I Chair the Adult Care & Health Committee. I am also a Trustee of One Trust in Tooting and A2i Dyslexia in Battersea.  I have worked in employee benefits insurance for 8 years and currently work for Legal & General as a sales and relationship manager.

Shama Sarwar, Parent Governor

As public policy professional with a career of over 10 years in evaluating national school intervention programmes at DfE and overseeing governance reform across central and local government whilst being Floreat mum to Nura (Y4) and Ana (Y2) I am delighted to be a parent governor. I currently work at HMRC in Strategic Policy, leading some of Covid-19 tax programme designs. My aim is to combine my professional experience and skills set with my passion as a parent, having been a local resident of 10 years and bring a more diverse, fresh perspective to the Board and contribute to the legacy of our school #inclusiveleadership.




Contacting the School Standards Board and the Trust

The contact details for the Floreat Wandsworth School Standards Board are:

Chair of the Floreat Wandsworth SSB: Camilla Brough

Postal Address: c/o Floreat Wandsworth Primary School, 305 Garratt Lane, Earlsfield, London SW18 4EQ



The contact details for GLF Schools Trust are:

Chair of the Trust Board: Lynne O'Reilly

Postal Address: GLF Schools Trust, The Beacon School, Picquets Way, Banstead, SM7 1AG

Email Address:

Telephone: 020 8716 4987