Chair of Local Governing Body
Chair of Finance & Business Committee
Director for the CLIC Trust
Gavin is a qualified archtiect and a Church Leader/Charity Trustee at the King's Church Manchester. His work includes helping with various homeless projects in the City, operational/staff management, organisational development and governance with 3 local charities in Manchester.
Gavin works part-time (2 days per week) for Jeff Smith MP since March 2016 as a constituency caseworker and is involved with many community groups in Old Moat and Withington.
Gavin is a Parent Governor with 3 children at Old Moat Primary School and has been a Governor at Old Moat since 2006. Gavin has been a Governor at Old Moat since 2006 and has been a Director of the CLIC Trust since September 2016.
Vice Chair of Local Governing Body
Isabelle has been a Governor at Old Moat since 2006, originally a Parent Governor, and is the Link Governor for Safeguarding.
Isabelle has worked with children since 2002 and is the Managing Director of Community Minded Limited. Isabelle manages Old Moat Childcare based in the Community Hub wich includes full day care, playgroup, after school club, creche, holiday care and play schemes. She is the designated person within Old Moat Childcare responsible for recruiting staff and volunteers/students and is responsible for Health & Safety and staff training.
Isabelle is a keen runner and volunteers at a junior park run to support children from 4 years to 14 years to complete a 2km run. Isabelle speaks French and enjoys horseriding.
Dr Vincent St.Clair Wilkinson (Vince)
Vince was co-opted onto the Governing Body in June 2017.
Vince is from Leeds but has spent most of his life in Manchester. He worked in the FW Sector for over 15 year but also worked in secondary schools, local authorities and universities in various capacities, including teaching, development and management.
Vince is a former member of the University of Manchester General Asssembly (former University Court), held vaiours memberships, positions of Chair and Trustee of various local community and voluntary organisations. I have held two former governorships; one at a primary school in Leeds and more recently, at a a secondary school in Manchester. I am currently involved with the Louise Da-Cocodia Education Trust Saturday schoool.
Vince is semi-retired and is a keen (but not competitive) cyclist, gardener and walker.
Date of office end: 31 August 2019
Carly has been a co-opted governor since 2015.
Carly is a qualified social worker with specialised training in supporting children and young people experiencing difficulties with their mental health. Carly has worked with children and young people in Manchester for over 10 years in a range of settings including schools, children's homes, and youth groups. Carly is currently a senior worker for local youth homelessness charity which runs an accommodation project for young people who are homeless in Didsbury.
Carly also runs a festival which aims to promote and encourage women in the local community to become more involved in creating music and art and enjoys attending and running music events in Manchester.
If you are interested in becoming a Governor or would like to get in touch with our Governors, please contact Clair Travis on 0161 881 1621.