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Education Governing Body

Next meeting dates are: 10 July 2017, 2 October 2017 and 27 November 2017.


Vivienne spent her career in the Civil Service, at first in the Home Office but later providing ICT to the police,...

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Jane is the Chair of Young Epilepsy’s Board of Trustees and an ex officio a member of the Education Governing Body....

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Richard Bool studied Geography at the University of Exeter then spent two years at the College of Law, Guildford. He worked...

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Rachel is a Mathematics graduate, with a Master’s Degree from the University of Nottingham, and a Diploma in Management Studies from...

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Gwen is a solicitor based in Crawley. Her work includes advising on financing in the educational and healthcare sectors as well...

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Zoe is a member of the local community, married with 3 children. A graduate of Edinburgh and Leeds Universities, she is...

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Having been the minister of the local Baptist church for the last 7 years, David has recently taken up a post...

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Philippa is a teacher who has spent most of her career teaching adults, then children with learning difficulties. For the past...

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Richard's son, Gregory, has attended Young Epilepsy for a number of years. Looking back at how much Greg has benefitted from...

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Prior to becoming a parent of a child with complex needs who has attended Young Epilepsy since 2014, Jill owned and...

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Jon is the proud father of Nicholas who has attended Young Epilepsy since 2012 as a day student. Nicholas became a...

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Olya gained her Qualified Teacher Status in Europe and spent a further 5 years in Moscow, Russia completing her Master’s degree...

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Misdiagnosis rates in the United Kingdom are between 20–31%.

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