Who are we?

Chair of Governors

Tim Woffenden, is also a former teacher, and has experience of senior management at a secondary school north of London and is also chair of the education committee at a local independent school. He currently works with the International Baccalaureate history team.


Vice Chair of Governors- TBC

James Walton worked in Bromley for 10 years as a primary teacher coordinating various subjects and leading curriculum initiatives. He was a staff governor and member of senior leadership team at his previous maintained school before moving to Edenbridge and becoming the Head of the Lower School at a local independent school.

Sam Cosmos has a background in aeronautical engineering (she worked on the Harrier aircraft) and has two sons at the school.

Nicola Bannister holds a doctorate in Classics. Since leaving university she has worked for a major High Street Bank where she is currently head of Customer Service. She has a wealth of experience in human relations, team-building and governance, and has herself taught in adult education.

Sarah Eversfield lives in Sevenoaks and teaches English at a local independent school.

Steve Davidsen: After a number of years in public service, Steve formed a consultancy business in 2015. He currently provides strategic support and guidance around Safeguarding and Risk Management in Public Protection.​

The Head, Wendy Fox also serves on the governing body.  The staff governor is Katie McCann. We are served by our clerk Angela Stone.

Suzie Darlington

Steve Davidsen

Paul Eversfield

I asked all of Governors why they had joined the governing body and the answer was much the same from everyone. We have a deep interest in education, and want to put something back into our community. Dympna put it elegantly: ‘The role of school governor has given me the opportunity to continue my interest and commitment to excellence in the education of the young. It continues to be an exciting and fulfilling challenge and I regard it as a great privilege and joy to be part of a thriving and ambitious community.’
She speaks for us all.