Jessica Gale spent 37 years teaching in Lincolnshire secondary schools where she taught Maths before serving as Head of Department and later Assistant Headteacher. In 2003 she became Deputy Headteacher at Haven High Technology College, before becoming Head of School as the federation expanded. Retiring from the Head of School role in 2010 she spent the following two years in a consultancy role working with the former St Bedes and again with Haven High Academy. She retired fully in 2012 and is currently Chair of Governors at Haven High Academy and Chair of the board of directors for BWAF. Jessica enjoys travelling with her husband and spending time with her family.
John started his teaching career in 1970 at Cardinal Wiseman RC school in Greenford as a teacher of physical education. He took up a number of positions within the senior leadership team of schools before becoming Headteacher of St Bedes RC School, Boston in 1992. In 2000 John moved to a position within the Education Welfare Team at Lincolnshire County Council concentrating on safeguarding and school attendance. John is a governor at St Marys RC School and Haven High Academy. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family and cricket, including coaching of junior teams.
Carole was a Primary School teacher in London for 34 years, the last 14 as a Deputy Head with two terms as Acting Headteacher. During her career she taught the whole age range from 3 – 16 in various places and roles. Her main experience has been in the primary sector and especially year 6, through all the changes to the National curriculum and introduction of SATs. As well as teaching full time Carole was a governor of a local church school and served as a Director on the Southwark Diocesan Board of Education.
Tony graduated from Bury St. Edmunds College with a maths degree before moving into employment with Schweppes Food as a management trainee. He worked in management positions for a number of organisations before setting up his own business in 1976. Tony is now retired, but is very well known in and around the town of Boston and supports a number of local charities.
Daniel is currently employed by Chattertons Solicitors, running the investment proposition for the firm. He looks after hundreds of client accounts with clients varying in wealth. Daniel has spoken at national and local level on personal financial matters and has been published in the local papers, County wide news and in the FT. He also sits as a trustee on Age UK Boston and South Holland, and is a participant to the Boston Town Team and Coordinator of the Lincolnshire Policy Forum, a subgroup of the national CPF.