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The governor responsible for Safeguarding is Paula Pattison - see details below.

Our Governors:

More information about our Governors:

Nadine Key

I’ve been the teacher at Oaklands since 2006 and was appointed Headteacher in September 2021. I oversee the large team of staff at the nursery and recently have become a Specialist Leader of Education supporting other schools and settings and delivering training as part of the Teaching Schools Initiative.

Paula Pattison

I became a Governor when my children attended the nursery here and I live and work locally. I started out as a Parent Governor and have now taken on the role as Chair of Governors. Within the Governing Board we each have areas of responsibility and I monitor the area of Safeguarding. I feel it is important to support the school, so that future generations can have the wonderful experience my children had here.

Graham Cook

Having had a background in scientific and analytical roles I became a governor when my son attended the nursery. I saw first hand the important role Oaklands nursery had in my child’s early development and wanted to help safeguard this amazing resource for future generations.

Victoria Cadwallader

I became a Governor when my child was at Oaklands Nursery in 2018. I am an experienced Primary School Teacher. My specialist areas are Early Years and SEND which I feel can help to support the wonderful provision at Oaklands. I am on the committee for Teaching and Learning and I am the SEND Governor.

Gema-Opal Goldstone (Associate member)

I became a governor at Oaklands when my eldest attended in 2018. I’ve wanted to work in childcare for a while and feel this is a great insight into the ins and outs of a nursery setting. I feel passionately about the parent voice being heard and would like to bridge the gap between the parents and the staff. I also feel it’s important to support the nursery so my younger child gets to enjoy the experience as much as my eldest.