The Trustees of The Misbourne:

  • Ensure clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
  • Hold the Headteacher to account for the educational performance of The Misbourne and its students, and the performance management of staff
  • Oversee the financial performance of the trust and make sure its money is well spent. 

They meet termly in committees and as a full Trustee Board. The four standing committees of the Trustee Board are: the Organisation Committee (including Finance, Audit, Health & Safety, Premises and HR); the Pay Review Committee; the Curriculum, Teaching and Care Committee; and the Audit Committee.

Trustee membership committee grid


Members of the Academy Trust

C Capron (appointed 1 January 2018)

A E Garnett (appointed 1 January 2018)

P Chatwin (appointed 1 April 2020)

K Davies (appointed 2 October 2020)

G Enevoldsen (appointed 10 May 2021)


The Misbourne Trustee Board Structure

Category of Trustee


Appointed or elected onto Trustee Body


Up to 7

Member appointed



Member appointed


Minimum of 2

Elected by parents and individuals exercising parental responsibility of students at the Academy


No maximum

Trustee appointed


The Misbourne Trustee Board Membership


Trustee Category

Term from

Term to


Angela Coneron


20 October 2017

19 October 2025

Vice Chair Board, GDPR, Behaviour and Attitudes

Kate Goodwin

Member appointed

1 September 2021

31 August 2025

Chair, PM, Sixth Form, Whistleblowing, Leadership and Management

Fiona Hughes

Member appointed

18 November 2019

17 November 2027


Richard Peters


6 January 2022



Liz Moseley


10 December 2019

9 December 2027

SEND, PM, Safeguarding, Behaviour and Attitudes


Aswathy Mohan Parent 17 May 2022 16 May 2026



Gareth Main Appointed 17 May 2022

17 May 2026


Chair Org Committee
Alexander Platts Co-opted 28 March 2023  27 March 2027  
Jennifer Enright Co-opted 11 July 2023 10 July 2027  
Roger Grant Co-opted 19 September 2023 18 September 2027  

Click here to view the register of business interests for the Trustees

Record Of Attendance at Trustee Body and Committee Meetings 

Click here to view a record of trustee attendance at meetings in 2019-2020

Click here to view a record of trustee attendance at meetings in 2020-2021

Click here to view a record of trustee attendance at meetings in 2021-2022

Click here to view a record of trustee attendance at meetings in 2022-2023


Annual Report and Audited Statement

Annual Report and Audited Statement for the Year ending 31 August 2023

Annual Report and Audited Statement for the Year ending 31 August 2022

Annual Report and Audited Statement for the Year ending 31 August 2021.

Annual Report and Audited Statement for the year ending 31 August 2020.Annual Report and Audited Statement for the year ending 31 August 2019.

Annual Report and Audited Statement for the year ending 31 August 2018.

Articles of Association

Funding Agreement

The Misbourne School Fund - unaudited Trustee's report and Financial Statements for the year ending 31 August 2020

Click here to see the school's financial benchmarking

Click here to view our Company Registration

Click here to view The Scheme of Delegation

Emails to trustees should be sent directly to the Chair of Trustees  at:


Meet our Trustees

Mrs Kate Goodwin, Chair of Trustees

Kate GoodwinMrs Kate Goodwin, Chair of Trustees


Roles: Chair of Trustees; GDPR

Term: January 2018 - August 2025


I have lived in Great Missenden for 22 years.  I have two children, both of whom attend The Misbourne.  My son is in his final year and my daughter is in year 10. 

I have a well-established career in the automotive industry, and am also a business coach specialising in middle leader coaching.  I also coach people returning to work after a career break or parental leave.   

I have been on the Board of Trustees for five years now and have been Chair for two.  Understanding about the education system, the funding, and how this works in practice, is of great interest to me.  I am passionate about the school and its place in the local community, and how I, and my fellow Trustees, can support the school, the students and the staff. 

Ms Angela Coneron

A coneron

Ms Angela Coneron

Roles: Vice Chair; Chair, Organisation Committee; CTC; Audit Committee; Appeals; Disciplinary

Term: October 2017 - October 2025 




I am enjoying retirement after a career of 43 years in the financial services industry. During my career I undertook a range of roles, these included in financial reporting, risk management, data control and change management. I was also an Employee Trustee of two company pension schemes.

I have been a school governor for over 25 years and have a range of experience across early years, primary and secondary phases in both mainstream and special schools. During this time I have been a member of various committees and panels and have experience of federation and conversion to academy status.

I am a big sports fan, although these days the enjoyment comes from spectating rather than participating! My other interests include travel, walking, natural history and the arts.

I am a firm believer in the importance of education and the power of school communities to inspire children and young people to develop a joy of learning and the life skills to lead happy and successful lives.

Mrs Jennifer Enright

J EnrightMrs Jennifer Enright

Term: July 2023 - July 2027





My family and I live in Holmer Green and we've lived in the local area for almost 20 years. Both our children have had their primary education in Great Missenden, with my son currently in Year 9 at The Misbourne. 

I have 20+ years experience working within the financial services industry in different banks, investment banks & leasing companies. I have sat on SLTs and feel passionately about good leadership, communication and working as a team. I now have my own consultancy as a business & leadership coach working with managers who wish to become leaders & championing young women in business. I also volunteer with The Girls Network charity, who provide mentoring for girls from under-privileged backgrounds.

I have previous school governor experience, having been on the governing board of a local primary school, and I was Chair of the Finance Committee during my tenure. I am passionate about supporting schools, staff & students and enjoy the challenge of governance, whilst also being involved in my children's education and being able to support the local community. In my spare time I enjoy travelling/planning trips abroad, cooking and I am an avid supporter of my children's sporting activities at the weekend.

Ms Fiona Hughes

Ms Fiona Hughes

Roles: Chair of the Organisation committee; Audit Committee; Appeals; Disciplinary

Term: November 2019 - November 2023 

Mr Gareth Main

G mainGareth Main, Trustee

Term: May 2022 - May 2026




I was born in Liverpool and gained a degree from Hull University.  I am married and have two children, with the eldest now in Year 10 at The Misbourne. 

Over my 30-year career, I have enjoyed diverse roles in finance and sales & marketing.  I am now Finance Director for an international motor manufacturer.  Since 2016, I have been an 'Approved Person' by the Financial Conduct Authority. 

Mrs Aswathy Mohan

A mohanAswathy Mohan, Trustee

Term: May 2022 - May 2026




I am an engineer with 14 years' experience in the IT sector.  Currently I work as a Senior Technical Business Analyst, having completed an MBA in Human Resources Management.  I am also a doctoral research candidate at Henley Business School.

I live in High Wycombe with my husband and daughter. I have been actively involved in extra-curricular activities throughout my life, from being head girl/chairperson during my school/graduation to undertaking CSR initiatives at work. I am an active member of the UK Women Empowered group at work. I enjoy working with children and am very much looking forward to the opportunity to join the Trustee board of The Misbourne. 

Ms Liz Moseley

Liz moseleyMs Liz Moseley

Roles: CTC; Organisation; Appeals; Disciplinary

Term: December 2019 - December 2023




My husband and I have lived in Little Kingshill for over 20 years with our two daughters.

When I was growing up, I was lucky enough to have passionate teachers in a school very much like The Misbourne.  I felt that I wanted to give back to my local community. so, when the opportunity to join the Trustee Board came up in December 2019, I jumped at the chance.

I left Hull University with a degree in Economics and joined 3M in finance, then moved to sales and marketing and business leadership. While working for 3M, I completed my MBA and expanded my career into general management.

I have had a very enjoyable and successful career leading several multinational businesses through major transformations, as MD and in several Board positions, both in the UK and internationally.  I am pleased to be able to bring this wealth of experience to my role as a Trustee.

I have always been passionate about the fact that it is people who create success. Ensuring the best care is taken of people's wellbeing is essential. It is therefore an honour to be the Safeguarding and Wellbeing trustee for the school.

Mr Richard Peters

Mis peters 036Mr Richard Peters

Roles: Headteacher

Term: January 2022 - ongoing

Mr Alexander Platts

Alexander plattsAlexander Platts, Trustee

Term: March 2023 - March 2027





I have recently moved to South Heath, having grown up in the West Country and spent some time in London. My wider family moved down from Manchester to Amersham many years ago and have been here ever since.

After reading law at university, I had a short stint in the Army before joining the Civil Service. I have worked across operations, projects and policy roles. I am currently the head of a broad policy brief and manage a large national multi-skilled collaborative programme to deliver a government commitment.

As a keen cricketer I’ve joined the Ballinger Waggoners, having always played cricket. I’ve also been a member of a MoD regional committee for veterans and armed forces pensions. I’m hoping as a Trustee of The Misbourne that my experience working in central government, bringing skills from government audit and assurance, and leading a multi-skilled team, will be of use to the school.