Iver Village

Governors Who's who


 Mrs N Raher  

 Chair of Governors



Roger Rawlinson

(Quality of Education Committee) (Leadership and Management Committee) (Personal Development Committee)

I am delighted to be Chair of Governors of Iver Village Infant School.

I have a career working closely with professionals in educations, healthcare, manufacturing and services. 

I have been a governor before and I am trustee of a mental health charity based in West London. 

In my role as a governor I am chair of the Finance & HR Committee, the Head Teacher Performance Management Committee and Pay Review & Admissions Committee.


 Vice Chair 

Stafford Salt

(Behaviour and Attitudes Committee)

My working life was as a police offer and working for a local authority. I have been associated with the school since 1990.

My son attended the school my wife before her untimely death was the school secretary. I have been a governor for about 15 years now and served previously as chairman of the governing board and also as chair of the H&S committee including being the safeguarding governor.

 Staff Governor


Bradley Carter

(Quality of Education Committee)

I have worked at the school for 6 years and began my journey as a Teaching Assistant and Sports Coach. I am currently the Early Years Lead and have taken on the role of SENDco which I am training for and hope to bring my knowledge of these areas to the Governing Body. I love working at the school and I am proud to be a member of staff here as well as a member of the Governing Board. 


 Co- opted Governors       


Vicki Fitt

(Leadership and Management Committee) 

I am a qualified teacher, having taught at both primary and secondary level as an Advanced Skills Teacher.  For the last 9 years, I have taught at university level in Initial Teacher Education, teaching and preparing hundreds of students each year to embark on their primary school teaching careers.  I have an excellent understanding, therefore, for how good learning and teaching can transform the lives of our children and how important it is that the school community pulls together to make this possible. I also have a background in finance from ten years spent in the City.



Helen Gibbon 

(Quality of Education Committee)

I have strong family ties to Iver and the community.  I have spent in excess of 20 years in the  banking industry and have a wealth of knowledge relating to compliance, effective management of time, people and implementing systems to being about successful change.

As a parent myself I understand the concerns and priorities that parents have regarding their child's education and welfare, both of which I feel I can provide a positive contribution towards in making a child's early years of education a positive experience.

I look forward to assisting in making Iver Village Infant School a successful part of the community.



Martyn Durrant

(Personal Development Committee)

Since 2013 I have been self employed and run a small consultancy company in Ickenham. I work with 3 companies providing a number of services that relate to Satellite Communications. My primary skill is in sales and account management and have worked across multiple sectors including Media, Oil & Gas, NGO’s and Utilities companies. Before I started my small company I worked for a number of large corporates including Inmarsat & BT and have been in the telecommunications business pretty much the whole of my career. 

I have gained a lot of technical knowledge over the years in ICT and have a passion for Technology which I hope to be able to bring to the school.I enjoy working with people and have been told I can bring a lot of positive energy to projects that I am working on.
I am married for 24 years to Nina and have 2 daughters Sammy 23 who works as a teacher at Iver Village Primary School and Becky 21 who works as a call handler for the London Ambulance Service


Dali Graham

(Behaviour and Attitudes Committee) (Personal Development Committee)

My name is Davinder, better known as Dali.  I am an applied chemist and have worked for many years in BigPharma companies as an employee and employer. I took early retirement but soon became restless and started a small craft business to exercise my creative talents. I demonstrate products and share techniques on daytime television. 

I have been a resident of Richings Park since 2013 but also share some of my time with my family in Canada. I would like to bring to the school my business experience and creativity, to support the families of Iver Village Infant School.

 Parent Governors       



Alison Major

(Behaviour and Attitudes Committee)

I have lived in the local area all my life and I attended the school many years ago and my son is currently in Year 2. Being a parent governor enables me to play a greater part in the school for the committed staff and young achievable children.

The skill sets that I can contribute are legislative compliance, contractor management, insurance types and levels, process and culture changes, finding resolutions, financial forecasting and budget tracking which I am excited to bring to the Schools Governing Board.


Bushra Razzeque

(Quality of Education Committee)

I have been a qualified teacher for 8 years, having graduated from the Institute of Education with a PGCE in Business and Economics Education. I am a mother of two boys, my eldest currently in attendance at Iver Village Infant School. I believe that being a parent allows me to understand the needs of children first and foremost. I also understand that this must be balanced  with the difficult and challenging task of running a school. I would like to use my teaching background to help with this practical implementation. 

My mentality and passion for teaching has always come from a “children first” viewpoint and I hope to continue this in my role as parent governor, and be able to help achieve the full potential of the school.