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Beaumont Primary Academy

Local Academy Board (Governing Body)

Local Academy Board Governing Body



 Mr Brian Williams (Chair)

Mr Paul Turner (Vice Chair)


Mr Mark Bradley

Mrs Fiona Thompson - Staff Governor (BPA)

Mrs Zillah Doyle - Parent Governor (BPA) Mr Omran Al-Zadjali - Parent Governor (MEA)







Mr Kevin Johns

Mr Kash Rafiq - Principal MEA









Miss Debbie Kelly - Principal BPA


Mr Hafiz Ur Rehman - Staff Governor (MEA)



Mr Glyn Barker
 Mr Kevin Johns - Governor

I have been a Governor since 2016.  I have a background in Engineering, a patternmaker by trade but moved into sales and I am now a Key Account Manager selling pneumatics for a Bradford-based company.  

Both my sons attended Moor End High School many years ago, which gave a sound education.  One is now in teaching and the other, after 10 year in the forces where he reached the rank of Captain. is now a fire fighter.

In my free time I enjoy scouting and have been a warranted leader for over 40 years.  I also officiate for UK Athletics as a time-keeper.  I have had the privilege of attending many high profile events including the 2012 London Olympics and 2017 World Championships in London.

Mr Brian Williams - Chair of Governors

I am delighted to be member of the Dryclough Campus Local Academy Board. I join this governing body after working for over twenty years in education. I have been lucky enough to have worked across all age ranges in a variety of positions from Class Teacher, to Advisory Teacher and as a Head of School.

I am now retired and spend my days reading, writing, walking and cycling around the valleys of Kirklees. I love music and travelling and consider myself to be learning all the time. I am therefore very happy to be a part of this exciting new venture which has, of course, the experience of learning, at its core.

It is exciting to be participating in this new project and to be one small part of a team that is committed to providing the children of this area with an outstanding educational experience. I look forward to meeting and working with teachers, parents, carers and all school staff as we prepare our young people to be articulate, positive and active members of our community whilst readying them for life beyond the boundaries of school.

Mr Paul K Turner - Vice Chair

After finishing my degree in Engineering at Huddersfield University in 2003, I have been working for Cummins Turbo Technologies in a variety of different roles including Project Engineer, Operations Leader for the aftermarket remanufacturing department, and most recently within the company’s worldwide manufacturing support group where I have responsibility for new product launch strategy and integration.

Having my own children at Infant and Primary school, I take an increasing interest in their education, their environment and how school encourages and helps them to learn through interesting topics and activities.

In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family, taking days out and about on our bikes. I also play rugby through the winter which involves many Saturday afternoons playing and some training during the week.

Mr Mark Bradley - Governor

I was a Police Officer for 32 years and held the rank of Detective Chief Superintendent. For 8 years I was Head of the Forces Anti Corruption Discipline and Professional Standards Department. Academically I hold a Master of Arts in Leadership and Management (Policing and Security) and a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honours in Organisational Studies. I also holds a Diploma in Advanced Criminology.

 I was also an accredited Hostage Negotiator and Kidnap Coordinator trained in the UK and by the FBI in the USA.

Since leaving the police I have worked internationally in over 25 countries primarily relating to corruption, professional standards and hostage and kidnap. Between 2008 and 2011 I lived and worked in Albania as the Anti Corruption and Professional Standards adviser to the Albanian Ministry of Interior, Internal Control Service, and State Police regarding police corruption, discipline, and professional and ethical standards. Between 2013 and 2015 I lived and worked in Ramallah Palestine where I was Team Leader on an EU project managing a team of international policing experts working with the Palestinian State Police.

 I am currently dividing my time between working internationally as a strategic policing adviser and as a university lecturer managing postgraduate and master’s degree courses in corruption prevention ethics and accountability.

Mr Omran Al-Zadjali - Parent Governor

 I am glad that I have been given this opportunity to be a Parent Governor and to be part of the Dryclough Campus LAB, to exchange and share experience for the benefit of our young stars.

I have been working in liquified natural gas Industry for the past 22 years.  I am from the Sultanate of Oman and I am currently a student in the UK.  I have done my HND in process and technology back in 2000 in Scotland at Aberdeen College and now I am doing a degree in mechanical Engineering at Huddersfield University.

Whilst working in Industry, I have experience in advising and supporting children in developing their career path.  In addition, I have attended many course related to development.  Therefore, indeed, it's going to be a wonderful experience to work with a professional school management team to achieve the mission and vision for a better future for the children or Moor End and Beaumont Primary Academies.

Mr Glyn Barker - Governor

As a teacher and Leader is sixth form colleges for 24 years, education has been the core of my career background.  In addition to being a teacher of A-Level History and Government & Politics during this time, I was also, at various stages, a senior pastoral tutor, course leader and Head of Faculty, and latterly, Assistant Principal at 2 Sixth form Colleges in the north of England.

During my tenure in this role at Huddersfield New College, the institution was graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted with no weaknesses noted - the first and only time that this have ever occurred at a sixth form college.  The college also provided me with my first opportunity of being a governor, as a member of the College's Audit committee.

Since leaving the teaching profession, I have worked for Thelma Walker, the MP for Colne Valley constituency, helping constituents in day-to-day casework and specialising in co-ordinating links between MP and schools and colleges.  I hope to be able to use my experiences to help Beaumont Primary Academy and Moor End Academy to further success.

Mrs Zillah Doyle - Parent Governor

As a mother of four children (of various ages), I have experienced all stages of the education system from Primary School through to University. All of my children have attended Moor End Academy at some point in their educational journey with my youngest son currently being in Year 2 at Beaumont Primary Academy.  The ethos and commitment of the excellent staff within Moor End Academy inspired me to stand for the role of governor.

 I am a strong advocate of the state education system and believe that school should be more than just learning to read and write. My youngest son was actually the first child in the new pre-school and transferred very happily to Beaumont Primary Academy.

I am a local business owner with a passion for engineering and developing young people. Outside of work I play netball, watch sport in any form, and taxi my children everywhere.

Mr Hafiz Ur-Rehman

I joined Moor End Academy in 2014 to teach Science. I have been teaching for over 8 years, in Sheffield, Manchester and Huddersfield.  The reason I came into teaching was because of several years of voluntary work at Kirklees Summer Camp, where I really enjoyed working with young people then as much as I still do now.

Mrs Fiona Thompson - Staff Governor

I joined BPA in 2016 to teach Reception and lead Early Years. I have been teaching for over twenty five years, the majority in Oldham but also in Derbyshire and the West Midlands. I have specialised in Early Years for over ten years, and thoroughly enjoy seeing children develop through their first years in school. It has been a pleasure to be part of setting up our new school, and I am proud of the contribution I have made.

In my free time I enjoy travel with my family, and walking my dog in the hills near my house. I am involved in my local church, where I help to run 'Messy Church' for local families.