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Governor Profiles


Liz McCullough, Community Governor

I became a governor at Moulsham Infant School in September 2021. My son joined the school in September 2017 and my daughter joined in September 2020. Both my children love this school and I wanted to support the school as a thank you for instilling a love of school and learning in them both.

I have over twenty years of experience in the primary teaching sector, with my current position being a deputy head at a local primary school in Chelmsford. I hope to be able to offer my expertise and love for teaching to the governing body.

Aside from teaching, I enjoy spending time with my family and love nothing more than going out and about and discovering new places.

Beth Aspinall, Community Governor

I joined the governing body in September 2021 coinciding with my son starting the infant school.  I have previously been on a governing body at another local junior school as a staff governor.

I have taught in primary schools since 2012 and have experience in school leadership.  My main passion in teaching is for Mathematics and I love seeing how number understanding develops from such a young age.

Alongside teaching, I run two businesses from home around family life and in my spare time I enjoy singing with a particular love of musical theatre.







Pat Cox, Co-opted Governor

I was appointed to the governing body in November 2016 as a Co-opted member.

I have lived in Moulsham since 1981 when I moved here, from East London, with my husband and two sons.  An Early Years graduate from Anglia Ruskin University I have recently retired as Manager of Dovedale Nursery and Out of School care, a post I held for some 20 years.

I like to be busy and have organised a Girls Brigade group in Chelmsford for many years.  I have been involved with the organisation since I was 13 years old.

I was pleased to be asked to become a governor at Moulsham, an opportunity to serve the local community whilst maintaining an interest in education and seeing children thrive and reach their full potential.

Gareth Butler, Parent Governor

I became a Parent Governor in November 2017, while my eldest daughter was in Year 2.  My younger daughter will be starting at Moulsham Infant School in 2019.  I am very passionate about my children's education, as evidenced by the fact that I moved to Chelmsford just three years ago for the excellent schools, of which Moulsham Infant School is one.

My whole working life has been spent in the civil service but in a very commercially-focused department providing export finance, where my current role is running the risk team for our aerospace deals.  I hope that I can bring my experience both as a parent and on the financial and planning side of business to the school, and I look forward to helping the governing body make Moulsham Infant School the very best it can be.

Darren Horsman, Parent Governor (Vice Chair)

My partner and I returned to the Uk with our two kids in 2016 having lived and worked in New Zealand for seven years.  We chose to move to Moulsham after visiting the infant school and deciding it was where we wanted our son and daughter to go to school. 

It is a great school and moving to the area has been a great choice for us as a family.  Louis and Isabelle have both settled in to their new environment and made friends and we have enjoyed getting to know the other parents and being part of the school community.

I became a parent governor because I wanted to contribute to the school and also get involved with the local community.  I was on the board for Louis and Isabelle's nursery in New Zealand. I really enjoyed the experience, learnt a lot and am enjoying learning more about the school and helping it continue to be successful.