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Meet Our Governors

Trewidland School Governors form the local Governing Committee (LGC) which reports to the SMART Board.  They have strong local connections to the school so this means the local community have a say about how key decisions get made.  Each Governor has some responsibility for an area of the LGS's work and attends 'link meetings' with Governors from all the other SMART Schools.

Charles Boney

Lives and works near the School and runs the Looe Valley Vineyard. 

He is also a St Keyne Parish Councillor.

Chair of the LGC and also is the Link Governor for Finance and Safeguarding.                         

Is a parent of three former Trewidland pupils.   

Started (with other parents) the School Playgroup when his youngest child was a toddler.     

Charles is a co-opted Governor and has been a Governor since 2005 and his current term of office ends in 2020.     

Helen Moran

Is a parent of 5 former pupils, Helen started the playgroup, along with Charlie Boney, at the school in about 2004, and ran it for about 10 years. 


Helen originally became a governor in 2003, retiring from that in 2014, but returning again in 2019.


Helen's hope is to see the school expand again, while keeping its unique, family character. She is passionate about developing each child's natural curiosity, and hunger for learning, facilitating each unique learning adventure. She believe in the importance of children being gently helped to develop the resilience to rise to each challenge, and see life as an exciting journey!



Geoff Pratt

Lives in St Keyne, which is a neighbouring village to Trewidland.  He haas two daughters that attend Trewidland School. Both of which have gone through the schools toddler group and Pre School.

Geoff is a Branch Manager in retail.  He is the link governor for HR and Community.

He joined Trewidland as a governor in 2019 and has a real passion for the school to do well.