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We are incredibly saddened by the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and send out heartfelt sympathy to the Royal Family. We join the nation in gratitude for her life of duty and public service.

Meet the Governors

The PRIDE Academy and The Skills Hub operate a combined local governing body.

Suzanna Challenger (Chair)

Suzanna is the Head of Training Partnerships, Research & Policy at OHC&AT. She has 14 years’ experience of working in education, in roles spanning research, compliance, governance, safeguarding and staff development. She has also served as a parent governor at a mainstream primary school.

Isobel Callaby (Governor)

Prior to her retirement in December 2021, Isobel was the Personalised Learning Manager and Designated Safeguarding Lead at The Skills Hub. She has over 23 years’ experience of working in education, over 15 of these at a senior management level. She has also served as a Local Authority governor at a local primary school, with a special interest in behaviour management and parent support.

Michele Gibbons (Governor)

Michele is the Teacher Training Lead at Harlington School, a mainstream secondary school in Hillingdon.

Michael McGraw (Governor)

Michael is the Curricular Lead for Nightingale Community Academy. Prior to working in education, Michael was a child protection officer for the State of Indiana.

Jerome Shoboyede (Staff Governor – The Skills Hub)

Jerome is one of the English Teachers and the Literacy Intervention Lead at The Skills Hub, an Alternative Provision in Hillingdon.

Tom Crowe (Staff Governor – The PRIDE Academy)

Tom has been teaching for 18 years, in mainstream schools for 11 years and then at The PRIDE Academy for nearly 7 years. Tom set up and ran a construction qualification at level 1& 2, and also teaches Design Technology.

 

 

Thank you, and God bless you for all the work you have done with my son. It feels like I have my son back.

Latest News

Students pay their respects to the Queen

As a mark of respect, The Skills Hub took students who are taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award over to Windsor Castle to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II. The students laid some flowers alongside the …

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Skating into the new term

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Winning Start

We were delighted to see our new and old students back after the summer break and started the new term with a motivational speaker who encouraged everyone to have a winning mentality and make legendary moves. Clarence Jackson, also known …

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Queen Elizabeth II

Following the sad news of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen, we offer our sincere condolences as an organisation and express our gratitude for the exceptional and tireless service she gave to our country and beyond for seventy years …

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