Governors

If you wish to contact the Governors, please write to

Mr Tim Care, c/o Clerk to the Governors,
Newcastle School for Boys,
30 West Avenue,
Gosforth,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
NE3 4ES

Tim Care

Chair of Governors

Tim Care is Chair of Governors and a partner in the Public Sector Team at Ward Hadaway law firm, where he advises public sector clients in local government and the NHS. His son was at NSB (and before that, Ascham House) for 15 years and is now at university. He also has a daughter at boarding […]

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Greg Austin

Governor

Greg Austin is HR Director for Sodexo Healthcare in the UK and has over 20 years experience in human resources, with a particular focus on commercial expertise and the importance of values and behaviour in the working environment. Greg is also a non-executive director at NCFE, an educational qualification and awarding body. Greg has two sons […]

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Claire King

Governor

Claire King began her career as a humanities teacher in the secondary sector. She enjoyed a number of leadership and management roles in school, before joining two successive local authority school improvement adviser teams. Following secondments with both the Teacher Development Agency and the National College for Teaching and Leadership, Claire became director of Professional Learning Solutions.  […]

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Dr Neil Lloyd-Jones

Governor

Dr Neil Lloyd-Jones is the school medical officer. Formerly a governor at Ascham House, Neil joined NSB with the merger and has been on the board for 18 years. Neil previously acted a Chairman of the governing body before handing over to Tim Care in 2016. He is a G.P. at the Newcastle Medical Centre and […]

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Philip Parkinson

Governor

Philip Parkinson is a retired police officer and now the Chief Executive of Philip Parkinson Homecare, a nursing and domiciliary homecare business based in the North East. He is married and has a son who recently completed Year 13 at NSB and two daughters at Newcastle High School for Girls. His interests include photography and rugby.

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*based on 2015 results

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