Academy Governing Committee (AGC)

Chandag Junior School is a Futura Learning Partnerhip school.

Chair of Governors

Parent Governors:

  • Paul Collings
    Term of office: 15/7/21 - 14/7/25

Co-Opted Governors:

  • Graeme Savage
    Term of office: 17/1/19 - 16/1/23
  • Hazel Price
    Term of office: 27/9/18 - 26/9/22
  • Rebecca Curtis
    Term of office: 9/12/20 - 8/12/24
  • Spencer Cartwright
    Term of office: 1/4/21 - 31/3/25

Staff Governors:

  • Molly Cooper

    Term of office: 30/5/2021 - 29/5/25
  • Helen Muncer
    Term of office: 27/9/2018 - 26/9/22
  • Jo Savory - Head of School
    Term of office: 1/7/17 - Ex-officio

Clerk to Governors

If you need any information on Governance or wish to speak to the Chair of Governors, please contact the Clerk by email:

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Head of School and Safeguarding Lead: Mrs Jo Savory


SENCO and Inclusion Lead: Ms Kitty Eve


Teaching Staff: 
Year 6: Ms Molly Cooper, Ms Lucy Findlay, 
Year 5: Ms Joyce Sloan Mr Andrew Brooks
Year 4: Mr Ben Wherrett, Ms Kelly Dyer
Year 3: Mrs Sarah Smith and Mrs Issy Johnson, Mrs Helen Muncer

Additional teachers: Mrs Hannah Sheppard; Mrs Selina Gynn; Mrs Sarah Stone


Teaching Support:
Mrs Caroline Sedar (HLTA and Pastoral Support), Miss Bethany Hibbert (HLTA), Mrs Hannah Ui Ghiollaphadraig, Mrs Vicky Newman, Mrs Michelle Litchfield.


School Secretary: 
Clerical Assistant: Mrs Claire Showering


School Meals Supervisory Assistants: Mrs Caroline Sedar, Mrs Amina McKenzie, Mrs Janice Mossom, Mrs Ling Tang, Ms Gillian Lupton, Ms Jess Rex, Mrs Vicky Newman


Caretaker: Wellsway Site Team


School Meal Kitchen team: ZEST catering



British values

What are ‘fundamental British values’?

Schools are required to provide for the spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development of their pupils. As part of this requirement, we are expected to actively promote fundamental British values.

The government defines these as:

  • Democracy
  • The rule of law
  • Individual liberty
  • Mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs

 What does this mean for my child?

Our efforts to promote fundamental British values are designed to prepare children for life in modern Britain. Ultimately, we aim to help pupils understand:

  • The importance of combatting discrimination
  • How we can influence decision-making by taking part in democratic processes like voting and petitioning
  • Our freedom under British law to choose different faiths and beliefs
  • That the law is there to keep us safe

British values assembly

As a junior school, we understand how important it is to make the concept of British values accessible to even our very youngest pupils. One of the ways we have done this is with a fun and interactive assembly that the children could relate to.


Futura Learning Partnership

Chandag Junior School converted to an academy on 1st July 2017 and is a Futura Learning Partnership school.

Registered office: Chandag Road, Keynsham, Bristol BS31 1PH
Tel: 0117 946 1229

Futura Learning Partnership is a charitable company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales with company number 07746787.

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