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Meet the Governors

Welcome to our Governors’ section

Executive Headteacher: Clara King




Stephen Juggins, Governor

Adrian Lawes, SEND Governor

Ex-officio incumbent - Rev. Rebecca Dyball

Nicki Fyfe, Co-opted Governor

Iain Fairlie, Chair of Governors and Safeguarding Governor

Charlene Ferrara, Staff Governor


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Stephen Juggins


Why I became a Governor:

My two children both attended Holme School, and having always taken an interest in education generally, it was a natural progression to become involved in their school. I first became a governor in June 1991.


Role & Responsibilities:

 Originally I was a parent governor, and when my children left I became a Local Authority appointment.

I have been Chairman of the governors three times now, and chaired the property and personnel committees at various times in between.



Other interests/ involvements include local and national politics, NFU,

rural affairs generally, sport of all types



I am a farmer, and have lived in the area all my life. I have two adult, married, children. My wife trained as a teacher as her second career, and has taught at Holme school in the past, so the school and education have played a large part in my life.

Reverend. Becky Dyball 

It is a privilege to be a governor for Holme C of E Academy. I have the delight of spending time with the staff and pupils as we gather for collective worship, special lessons, workshops and in the playground. My personal favourite is when I get to join the pupils at lunch for informal chats and hear about all their different projects and learning adventures. As a governor I have a particular focus on collective worship. 


I am a Rector in the Church of England with a focus on Sawtry, Glatton, Holme and Connington. Before training as a priest  I had a varied career including Community Development, Management, Fundraising, working in the Democratic Repulic of the Congo and a Director of a regeneration Company in Islington. I am married to Alex and have a son in year 6 at the school. 

Name:  Iain Fairlie


Why I became a Governor:  

To support the school in its work to deliver opportunity to every child in our community.   I recognise the heavy workload teachers and other staff have nowadays and felt I should help a little by providing input from a parents perspective to the decisions the School takes.


Role & Responsibilities:

I am a Parent Governor.  I am also the designated Governor for Safeguarding matters.



As with all parents, our children, their growth, development and wellbeing are my main interest.  Outside of this, my golf game needs attention and I enjoy watching most other sports.



I am married to Leanne and we live in Sawtry with our two children and two pets, a Labrador and a rabbit.

For work, I have been in the Financial Services industry for over twenty years and am now a Director of a Personal Financial Advice business based near Milton Keynes. 

Name: Nicki Fyfe


Why I became a Governor:  

I initially became a governor to represent school staff in decision making and give a staff perspective on the areas the governors are responsible for when I was a staff governor.  I am now a Co-opted governor but still attend meetings to give updates in my role as Finance Hub Advisor for the Trust.



I love reading, cooking and all things nature related. I attempt to keep fit and healthy by going to the gym and running.



I live just outside Peterborough with my husband Neil, my 2 children, Rory and Hazel and a labradoodle called Molly.

I moved to Peterborough in 1999 as a placement student for British Sugar and worked there in various finance roles for 16 years. I took some time off before my daughter started school and then started working at Holme in October 2017 as Finance Secretary, responsible for finance, payroll and property management.  From 1st January 2021, I continue to work for the Trust but as a Finance Hub Advisor for both Stilton and Holme Academies.

Name: Adrian Lawes


Why I became a Governor:

I am keen to prevent any family having to go through the trauma and cost that we did to get an appropriate education for our twin sons in the1970’s. At the age of 6, one of them was declared to be “educationally sub-normal” by his state primary school. Subsequently after much intervention on our part, a local authority educational psychologist assessed him, stated that the earlier assessment was entirely wrong, and recommended that we privately educated our sons because the state at that time was incapable of providing them with a suitable education.


Role & Responsibilities:

Originally, I was appointed as a Foundation Governor, and now, under the new Academy rules, I am a Co-opted Governor. I have served two terms as a Holme School governor in the past 20 years, and from 2003 to 2007 I was Chair of Governors. Currently, I have been assigned governor responsibility for the SEND and “Achievement for All” programmes.



I am a driver for the North Hunts Community Car Scheme taking people who lack transport to appointments. My interests include music, rugby and athletics.



I am now retired from working for 50 years in the electronics industry after graduating in electrical engineering. I fulfilled managerial roles in a variety of industries including aerospace, railway signaling, telecommunications, hi-fi, and automotive. I played a small part in the development of Concorde, and I spent time working in places as varied as Whitehall and Cape Canaveral. My wife was, until recently, the Authorised Lay Minister at St Giles Church, and for a number of years she ran the “Explorers” club

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