Chair of Governors - Mr Keith Guthrie
Hello, I am Keith Guthrie. I am 49 years old and I have lived in Marston Green all my life. I am a former pupil of the school and there are still some dodgy photographs of me with hair lurking about. I became a parent governor at the school 7 years ago when my children started here and I have remained as a community governor. I am passionate about education and I believe that together we can all make a difference.
Mr Paul Reynolds - A technology consultant by day, designing secure computer systems for companies across the UK in the public and private sectors. A Literature graduate and experienced guitarist, providing a good grounding for being our link governor for ICT, literacy and music.
Fun Fact – Paul is a (lazy and lapsed) marathon runner, published author, and was young inventor of the year in 1995.
Mr James Clark - I am 40 years old and have lived in Marston Green since 2013. I am married and we have two children, one who attends Marston Green Junior School and the other attends Marston Green Infant Academy. I am a engineer by background and have been a Parent Governor since 2013. In my spare time I enjoy keeping fit, playing golf and driving my children from one activity to another......only joking about the last one. I also enjoy drawing cartoons for my children which they then colour in.
Mr Rob Verrion- I've lived in Solihull for 20 years, am married and have two adult children. I responded to a request made by the school for 'somebody with financial experience' to join the board of governors. I am a chartered accountant with over 40 years of national and international business experience in the energy, utilities and investment management sectors and have held senior executive positions including CEO, chief operating officer and finance director in several companies. I continue to serve on the boards of a number of companies. I have also been a director, trustee and treasurer of a small charity. Education has helped me make what I have of my life and I believe passionately that the work undertaken by the management and staff, with the support of parents, will help 'make the difference' for all of the children at Marston Green Infant Academy, as they progress through the rest of their lives. I will contribute my experience to ensure the continuing success of the school.
Mrs Lucille Green
Mrs Debbie Davies
Mr Stewart Lawley