Governor Profiles

Sarah Haines

I am the Chair of Governors at Loughborough Primary School. I have been part of the Governing Board since 2016 and am proud to work for our school and support the ongoing development of our children both academically and personally. As Chair I serve on the Resources and Teaching & Learning Committees.

For work, I am an Operations Director at Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon’s technology business. I’ve spent most of my career leading Business Operations/Strategy teams in both very large and small companies and find the skills learnt in my profession of benefit to my role as a Governor and Chair of Loughborough Primary School.

I work closely with our Headteacher, Laura McPhee, and the rest of the Senior Leadership Team to offer supportive challenge to their decision making, always ensuring we are putting the interests of the children at Loughborough Primary School first.

Sarah Loughborough

Anthony Miller

Anthony Miller photoI’ve had the privilege of being a member of the Governing Board since 2017, on which I serve as Vice Chair and as Chair of the Board’s Resources Committee. I’m very proud to work with and support our school, its children and its staff.

As for my day job, I’m a Civil Servant at the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. In recent times, I’ve been a negotiator on the UK’s trade agreement with the European Union, and am currently focused on the implementation of that deal. The Civil Service supports its people in volunteering in their communities, and I’ve been keen to make the most of that at our school. My career has pretty much always involved providing scrutiny, analysis and advice, which I do my best to turn to the benefit of Loughborough Primary School. 

Rafi Stone

I joined the Governing Board at Loughborough Primary School in September 2020. As well as serving on the Resources and Teaching & Learning Committees, I also have oversight of the school's safeguarding and SEND provision.

I am immensely proud to work for our school and its remarkable community of staff, parents and pupils. I feel passionately about supporting the ongoing development of our children in order to provide them with the very best possible start in life.   

For work, I am a fintech and payments lawyer at Travers Smith, which is a City law firm. I spend most of my days (and sometimes nights) advising large companies on complex legal and regulatory issues. This experience has proved incredibly helpful in my role as a Governor of Loughborough Primary School, as I have been able to rely on a number of transferable skills (the most important of which include the ability to quickly identify and assess risk, as well as sound judgment and common sense).

Outside of work, I am a sports fanatic and still manage to play competitive football and cricket. I have also recently taken up trail running, which seems to defy any sort of sound judgment or common sense!

Rafi Loughborough

Rawan Farwana

I am a Master of Finance student at the University of Cambridge. Prior to that, I was a Vice President Software Engineer at Goldman Sachs. I am passionate about technology and enjoy assisting the school in better usage of Technology. In my spare time, I am a lead CoderDojo mentor where I teach young kids Python and am an avid cyclist.

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Abdriask Mohamud

Abdi photoI am member of Loughborough Primary School. Previously I served as chair of Curriculum and achievement sub-committee. I joined the governing body 2016 as a parent governor.

I work Southwark College as maths teacher.  

I feel privileged to be part of Loughborough Primary School Community.   

Abdrisak Mohamud


Anthony Ofosu

Anthony Profile pictureI am a Link Governor at Loughborough Primary School. I have been part of Governing Board since October 2020. I have lived in Lambeth my whole life and I am happy to contribute to improving the educational attainment of our pupils. I serve on the Resources Committee.

For work, I am a Senior Treasury and Pensions Accountant at Haringey Council. As a qualified accountant I bring experience of budgeting, forecasting, local government financial processes and procedures, combining astute analysis with meticulous attention to detail.

Jess Seddon

Jessica Seddon imageI joined the LPS Governing body in November 2018, and since then have worked with the rest of the board and the Senior Leadership Team through a number of significant changes that the school has undergone. Within the body I sit on the Resources Committee - a group of governors with an emphasis on the financial and budgetary aspects of the school's operations.

Professionally, I am a qualified Chartered Accountant and work as a Consultant at KPMG, focussing on strategy and business operations. I live locally to the school with my husband and young son.

I am very proud to be part of such a diverse and committed body of governors and to work with such inspiring staff members and leaders, who consistently put the wellbeing and development of the LPS children at the heart of everything they do.

Katie Freeman

I have been a member of the Governing Board at Loughborough Primary School since 2019 and I am currently chair of the Teaching and Learning committee. I am passionate about supporting the education and wellbeing of children in my local community and I am proud to do this as a member of the Loughborough Primary School board.

I currently work for a children’s charity that provides and campaigns for school breakfast provision, where I am the Impact, Research and Data Manager. As a result, I am familiar with the education sector and have found this knowledge invaluable in my role as governor and Chair of the Teaching and Learning committee.

As a member of the board I work to ensure that the school is providing a good quality education for all pupils at Loughborough Primary School so they can reach their full potential.

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Katie Freeman

Nicholas Taylor

I am a community governor and the link governor for equality, diversity and inclusion. In addition to my role at Loughborough Primary School, I am an independent advisor to the Metropolitan Police in Lambeth. 

For work, I am a vice principal at a secondary school in south London. I have held several other positions in schools in Hackney and Lambeth. I am also a former local government officer. My most recent post was Head of Extended Schools & Early Years at the London Borough of Sutton. 

I have a PhD from University College London. My research interests are race, education and public policy.

Nick Loughborough

Peter Wright

I am a LA Governor at Loughborough Primary school with special responsibility for the PE and Sports Premium and Premises, Health and Safety. I am a long- standing governor who served as Chair for six years until 2020.

I am a retired social worker with an understanding of how the school provides both a stimulating education for our children and a valuable source of social support through its links with community resources and statutory provision. This has been highlighted by our response to the Covid- 19 pandemic.

I am pleased to be part of the Governing Body, supporting the Headteacher with the management of the school’s resources and ensuring maximum benefit to pupils. I value being able to support the Headteacher and her Senior Leadership Team through being a critical friend.

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