Meet the Governors

The Local Governing Body

Louise Doyle

Louise is currently a specialist tutor focusing on dyslexia and a teacher of Computer Science at a local secondary school. Prior to becoming a teacher, Louise had spent 20 years in industry in consultancy roles enabling improvement in the industry field.

Adam Easterbrook

Adam, a Customer Account Manager for WebBased, has worked in the IT sector for five years focusing on customer communication and interaction. Before working in IT, Adam followed an education-based background and qualified with BA Education (combined) from Plymouth University. Adam still has a strong interest in the education sector and has been a Governor at Tor Bridge Primary for three years.

Sharon Richards

Sharon is a Parent at Tor Bridge Primary School, wishing to provide a good role model for her daughter, take an active interest in the school and help shape the path for the children’s futures. Sharon works as an AAT qualified Principal Technical Accountant in the Local Authority supporting the Children, Young People and Families Service. She became a Parent Governor for Tor Bridge Primary School in March 2018 after moving into the area.

Aaron Meredith

Aaron, Executive Headteacher of Tor Bridge Primary School and CEO of The Inspire Multi Academy Trust (South West), was appointed when Tor Bridge Primary School was deemed to be requiring special measures in September 2019. In April 2013, Aaron was seconded part time for two years to open Devon’s first primary free school, Marine Academy Primary; the academy became the south west’s first ‘Outstanding’ free school in June 2015. In February 2018, Aaron was designated as a National Leader in Education (NLE).

Olivia Bartlett

Olivia, the Assistant Headteacher at Tor Bridge Primary School, has over 7 years teaching experience across Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. In 2017, she was accredited as a Specialist Leader in Education (SLE) for Closing the Gap and English, having supported schools across Plymouth and Devon. Olivia is fully committed to ensuring the school strives to provide an outstanding primary education to every pupil, in order to improve their life chances. Olivia is currently the Lead Moderator for the Local Authority and has been part of the Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 moderation teams for the last 4 years.
In 2017, Olivia successfully completed the National Professional Qualification for Middle Leadership (NPQML). During 2020/21, Olivia will also be completing the National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH).