Amana has worked in the corporate world for 12 years as a strategy manager, mainly focusing on pricing and performance management. She now runs her own social media management company. She has lived in Croxley for 3 years, having grown up in Watford she moved here because she liked the community feel of the area.  She has three children, two of whom are at Yorke Mead. Amana is passionate about being able to give back to both the community and the school.

 

Hannah Carter

I am a dedicated, passionate and ambitious member of the team at Yorke Mead.  I joined the school in January 2017 as a Y5 class teacher, after predominantly teaching in KS1 and Reception, where I became a Lead Teacher for Hertfordshire.  I currently lead School Council, am Phase Lead for Years 3/4, coordinate Science and am class teacher for Year 6.  I live in Croxley, my children attend Yorke Mead and I love the close-knit, caring, community.

 

Claire Singleton

Claire is passionate about the education and support that Yorke Mead provides to children, allowing them to thrive collectively and as individuals.  She has two boys who attend Yorke Mead and a successful career in Learning and Development, currently as a freelancer.  Claire’s past experience includes teaching in primary schools and she is a previous co-chair of Friends of Yorke Mead.

Oyinkansola Ojo-Aromokudu

Oyinkansola joined the governing board in September 2020 and sits within the Children’s committee.  She is undertaking a PhD in Public Health and Policy at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, having started her career in corporate London.  She has lived in the Chorleywood area for 13 years with her family and she is very enthusiastic about change in the community.