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Introductions from our governors

Name of Governor

Read on to find out more about our school governors.

Louise Maratos

(Chair of Governors)

I became a parent governor and chair at Knights Enham Junior school in July 2018. I am a Chartered chemical engineer and aim to bring my work skills to the governing board team, as well as bringing a parent perspective to the governing body. I have a specialist interest in science and maths. My aim is to be able to make a positive contribution to the school, every child’s education and play an active role in driving school improvement and help the school grow from strength to strength.

Jasper Falk

(Vice Chair of Governors

Originally from London I moved to Andover in 2005. I joined the Governing Board in 2018 as a co-opted Governor as I have a real desire to help where I can in local education. KEJS is a lovely school with a warm welcoming atmosphere and aspirational ethos. I am delighted to be part of the team here. Having worked in finance for the majority of my career I have a particular interest in assisting the school uses its resources as effectively as possible. I have 4 teenage children who keep me busy and I love to play football when I get the chance.






Ruth Gill

(Staff Governor)

I started teaching 8 years ago, passionate about making a difference in children's lives. Having worked at Knights Enham for almost 2 years I took on the role of staff governor to make a greater contribution to the school community. 

Daniel Whitehouse


I was appointed as Headteacher in January 2021. Prior to this, I have spent 10 years as a Deputy Head in a primary school and a junior school. Being a father of two, I am very much aware of the responsibility that my staff and I have in ensuring that the highest standard of teaching and learning is achieved. We have a hugely committed team and wonderful children, which of course, is a great place for any Headteacher to start! Our aim is to create the best education for your children whilst they are members of our school family.

Tanya Tuson 

(Op-opted governor)