Social Arts For Education
THE PROPRIETORIAL BODY
Chair of Proprietorial Body
LaReo Riviere is both our Proprietorial Body’s chair and our Safeguarding Lead. He is a senior Child Protection Social Worker, with significant expertise in the field of Mental Health, which makes him an invaluable guide and leader to the management of SAFE.
LaReo is uncompromising in matters of safeguarding, and works hard to help SAFE’s management create and maintain a culture in which safeguarding is key. He is also instrumental in ensuring that any developments within SAFE do not compromise the ethos of the school in any way.
Secretary and Treasurer
A former member of the W.R.N.S., Marion has worked as a Secretary and Office Manager, and in a variety of other administrative roles in London whilst bringing up her family. She has also worked with the Association of Wrens and The Royal British Legion, which has given her an insight into hardship and comradeship and taught her to be non-judgemental and patient. All this experience has meant that, although she is now officially “retired”, she is extremely well-placed to support S.A.F.E. with the day-to-day running of the charity.
Marion is also a caseworker for SSAFA (charity for service people and their families) and Secretary of the Association of Wrens (Bromley Informal Group).
Proprietorial Body Member
Claire has a background in marketing and media production, which gives her a unique insight into ways in which the profile of SAFE can be raised, without compromising its ethos.
Jenny has worked in education for over 15 years. She is our Curriculum Lead in the Proprietorial Body.
Jenny works with children of all abilities, supporting them and differentiating work to ensure they are all able to access the curriculum. She is able to bring her expertise in this to SAFE, supporting staff with their work creating an accessible curriculum for our learners.
Jenny loves being involved with SAFE, helping to produce an environment where all our students can achieve to their full potential.
Clerk to Proprietorial Body
Nicola is a teacher with a Masters in Education from the University of Greenwich. Nicola has personal knowledge of Autism and has volunteered for the National Autistic Society.
What does the Proprietorial Body do?
SAFE’s Proprietorial Body is responsible for overseeing the management of the school. They meet monthly, and scrutinise everything from staffing, curriculum and attendance, to safeguarding, health and safety and finance.
Individual members of the proprietorial body visit SAFE during the school day regularly, to ensure they know how the school functions on a day to day basis, and to get the views of individual students and staff.
Interested in joining us?
We are always interested in hearing from people who could bring their own unique knowledge, experience and ideas to SAFE. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Proprietorial Body, please contact Annabel Leaver, Head Teacher, in the first instance.