Mr Russell Donnelly - Chair
I am very happy to be a school governor for Camelford Primary. My daughter is a pupil in year 1. I hope to be able to help the staff and pupils at Camelford continue to be a great school and improve further in the future.
I have two young daughters, the elder in Camelford Primary School.
I work in payroll, have held various administrative roles and have experience as an internal auditor.
I strongly believe in contributing to local community and I am keen to help our primary school strive for the best education and environment for our children.
Kate Butcher - Vice Chairperson
I was a governor on the previous board of governors at Camelford Primary School for 3 years.
I moved to the area with my husband and 3 children in 2010. My oldest son at Sir James Smith's, and I have a Son and Daughter in Camelford Primary School.
I hope I can continue to provide support to the staff and students at Camelford Primary School.
My name is Sarah Kirk, I have 2 children at Camelford School. I am delighted that I have been able to be part of the Governing Body at Camelford. I have over 20 years administration experience that I am happy to bring to this role. I hope that we can work successfully as a team to continue giving our children a positive and happy education.
Lee Bacchus - Headteacher
Headteacher, Camelford and St Teath Schools
I was born and raised in Birmingham before studying for a History degree in Manchester and PGCE in Chester.
I moved to Cornwall to take up the headship of St Teath School in January 2007 and later became head at Camelford. Community involvement and children being inspired to enjoy a broad education are key to our schools' success and I hope they remain as key principles in our MAT.
I love lots of different sports and follow Aston Villa and spend a great deal of time outside of school driving my son and his three cocker spaniels to agility competitions all over the country and sometimes beyond!
I am Deputy Headteacher at Camelford and am very passionate about our children succeeding. I believe they are capable of reaching thier potential and feel privelaged to be part of their journey through their education.