School Governors

The Governing Body plays a key role in the leadership of the school. Governing body members come from all sectors of the community and may be contacted directly via the school office. These include members nominated by Camden Council, school staff, parents elected by the school community and co-opted representatives. Parent governors are highly visible in our playgrounds at the beginning and end of the school day.

The governors meet termly as a full governing body and twice a year hold a meeting in which they report to parents. 

Twice a term Governors hold a surgery to enable parents can discuss matters on a personal level.

 Minutes of Governors meetings are available from the school office on request.

 Details of Governors attendance at meetings 2015-16 can be found here. 


The following short biographies give an insight into the backgrounds of our Governing Body.



 Chair of Governors

Henry was appointed as an Associate Governor in September 2015 and sits on the Policy, Planning, Finance and Personnel sub - committee. He grew up in Islington and moved to Camden in 2011. His ackground is in corporate communications which he practised in China and London for five years. More recently he completed an M.B.A. at Insead and is now working on developin affordable housing solutions for the U.K.

 Henry photo

Parent Governor 
Mahad joined the Board of Governors in October 2016.He currently has four children at Argyle. His aim is to ensure that every child's education and experience whilst at Argyle is a happy and positive one and that they are supported in reaching their goals.

Mahad has been working with children since 1988. He has worked for the British Somali Community as a volunteer since 2006 where his duties include teaching children the Somali language and helping them with homework. He also coaches football and organises an annual football awareness tournament - 'Let's Kick Racism Out of Football'.



Parent Governor

Curriculum and Pupils Committee

Role: Pupil Voice and Community Governor 

Alice is a parent governor, with a daughter attending Argyle Primary. She is also a working parent, working as an architectural historian and town planner in the conservation team of a design and engineering practice in Clerkenwell. 

Alice lives close to the school in nearby Cromer Street and was motivated to become a governor to help support the school’s aim that every child is supported to achieve the best that they are capable of.

Any parent or other member of the community may contact Alice through the school.



Vice - Chair of Governors  (Co-opted Governor)

Mark joined the governing body in the summer of 2014. He lives in Camden with his wife, Jo and two small children Eve and Thomas. For his day job Mark works as a lawyer in the City of London specialising in complex commercial litigation and fraud cases. Mark is a member of the BECS committee and is the Governor for Safeguarding / Behaviour and Safety and the Child Protection Governor.

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Local Authority Governor

Will is an award-winning theatre and arts producer. As founder-director of theatre company Supporting Wall, his work has been presented at leading theatres in London, across the UK and OffBroadway in New York, winning an Olivier Award, a Fringe First Award and several London OffWest End Awards among others. He has also been producer for the Birds Eye View Film Festival at the BFI Southbank and Barbican, the Women Centre Stage Festival at the National Theatre, and the Tristan Bates Theatre in Covent Garden. A Camden resident, he is active in the community and supports a range of local causes.

Will can be contacted through the school.


Will Young headshot a


Co-opted Governor

Laura joined the governing body in September 2016 and sits on the Buildings, Environment and Community Committee. Currently living in Camden, she moved to London in 2016 to start a job within the HR department of a local University specialising in staff development and business psychology.

Laura can be contacted through the school.

Laura Brown head shot


Co-opted Governor

Nayem is a Global Agency Business Leader at Google, leading Google’s global relationship with GroupM media agency MEC. He is part of the team that manages Google’s global relationship with WPP, Google’s largest customer spending $4bn in 2015. His areas of interest include digital media, economics, innovation and artificial intelligence. Aside from his core role, he is also the EMEA chair of Google’s LBGT Group, the Gayglers. Prior to joining Google, he worked in business development at the BBC and in M&A at Goldman Sachs. He holds a degree in Economics from Downing College, University of Cambridge. Nayem is a born and raised Londoner, with a passion for food and travel.