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St Peters Hammersmith



 Karen Frazer (Headteacher)


I have been the Headteacher at St Peter’s CE Primary School since September 2015.  I believe passionately that the role of education is to ensure that all children are supported to achieve their full potential academically, whilst also providing them with opportunities and experiences to enable them to discover skills and talents in other areas of the curriculum, such as art, music, sport and drama.

 Emma Bruce (Chair)


I am a foundation governor, appointed by the PCC; I am privileged currently to be the Chair and I sit on all our committees.  I had four children at St. Peter's between 1995 and 2012 and live locally.  I strongly believe that every child's education really does matter.


 James Townsend (Vice Chair)


I have two children attending St Peter’s and was elected as a parent governor in 2015.  Alongside my role as Vice Chair I also sit on the Finance & Resources and Admissions committees.

Ms Crystal Ahamefula


I was born in Nigeria but have lived in London since 1991.  I am a mum of 3 and have 2 children at St Peter's.  I am a Law graduate from Brunel University, Uxbridge.  My interests include anglicising African food and I am a pioneer of African street food in London, having run both my own restaurant inside the iconic Camden Lock and pop-up food events in and around London.  My interests include world politics and writing.  I am passionate about improving social mobility for ethnic minority groups through quality education.  


 Sara Curnock Cook


Born in Liverpool I was raised a catholic. I am married with 2 children & 3 step children.  I spent 18 years studying then practicing commercial interior design in Toronto, Dallas & London. In 1995 I opened 'the Boiled Egg & Soldiers', a cafe in SW11 which I owned & ran until 2009. I moved to W4 in 2006 when I joined the congregation of St Peter's Church. I have been a Foundation Governor of the school since 2009 & feel honoured to be part of the school's community.

    Reverend Dr Charles Clapham


I was born in Scotland and brought up there and in South Africa. I studied in Manchester, Sheffield, Durham and New York, and spent twelve years in parish ministry in the north of England, and four years as a university chaplain, before being appointed Vicar at St Peters in 2015. I am married with two children, both of whom attend St Peter's primary school.  My passions include philosophy, music and decent coffee.

 Veryan Exelby


I have recently returned to live in London having spent most of the past 10 years in Asia with my family. I am a family lawyer and my husband and I have four daughters. I live locally and am delighted to be involved with St Peter’s and to offer my skills as a lawyer to the governing body. I am a governor at another school out of London. My interests include music, reading and theatre.

Sara Harnett


It was ten years’ experience of being a Governor of a church primary school in Hertfordshire that inspired me to become a “late entrant” to teaching.  It was one of the best decisions I have taken and I now live in Hammersmith and work as a Deputy Head at Godolphin and Latymer School, which is an independent girls’ secondary school.  I am really enjoying supporting St Peter’s as a Governor and look forward to finding out more about Computing as my link area.  I have two adult children who have grown up to share my love of reading and sailing.



Sian Hood


My teenage children went to St Peter's school from age 3 to 11 and I cherish the community generated by the St Peter's "family".  I am a maths graduate and accountant and use these skills in my governor roles as treasurer to the governors' funds, and link governor for maths and PE. In support of my PE link some of my other interests include running and karate.



Debra Morrall


I am a former parent whose son was at St Peter’s from nursery through to year 6. I have been actively involved in school life for many years and ran the PTA for five of my son’s seven years at school. 


Outside school I run my own PR company and write about architecture. I am a member of the National Autism Society and am involved in issues surrounding specialist needs education. I am also an active part of the community at St Albans Church in Chiswick, where I live.


You will find me around school on Thursdays when I work on the gardens and in the summer term on Friday afternoons when I garden with the reception class. 



Laura Noonan


I am Mrs Noonan, the Reception class teacher and staff governor here at St Peters. I am part of the Teaching and Learning committee and see my role as the link between teachers and governors. I help with the decisions that affect the curriculum in the school, but also ensuring both the children's and staff's views are expressed amongst the rest of the governors when making decisions. 


Vicky Russell


I am a specialist construction lawyer and have lived in Hammersmith for over 30 years.  

I was a trustee of the Sulgrave Club for Young People in Goldhawk Road from 2007 to 2018 and for many years have volunteered with Glass Door Homeless Charity, where I am facilities coordinator for the Sunday night shelters at Rivercourt Methodist Church in King Street with my husband, Steve Lawrence. I am a non executive director of Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, where I chair the redevelopment committee. I have two sons, who currently work in Costa Rica and in New York.


Catriona Sutherland-Hawes


Born and bred just outside Edinburgh (to teacher parents) and attended university in St Andrews (Modern Languages).  On graduating, came to London and fell into first job as Private Secretary to two Conservative MPs.  Other than 18 months in St James’s Palace working for HRH The Prince of Wales, working life was in politics until 2006, when I was joined Latymer Upper School as Registrar.  Appointed a member of the Senior Management Team in 2008 and now Director of Admissions.


I oversee all aspects of admissions with just under 1300 sitting for 11+ and 220+ applicants for 30 Sixth Form places but my role also includes responsibility for the Bursaries Programme, a fundamental part of Latymer’s ethos, covering outreach, marketing, and establishing and building relationships with bursary applicants and their families.   Happily married for 30 years (to the same man) and happy home aloners.  Two daughters now grown up, both attended local Church primary school in Dulwich – we moved to Hammersmith in 2004 before going to secondary school.  Member and elder of St Columba’s Church of Scotland, Pont Street for 27 years. 



David Broad


I have live locally for 20 years, worship at St Peter's Church and have been appointed as a Governor by the Kensington Diocese . Before retirement , I lived and worked in Pakistan, France, Malawi, New York, Zimbabwe, Morocco and Nigeria  , as a teacher and a diplomat . My particular interest  is the syllabus and the teaching of history , geography and current affairs at the school .