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Trustee Biographies

Judy Ward: Member 

During a long career in education Judy was a class teacher, senior manager and headteacher in both mainstream and special schools. Following this she worked for Cambridgeshire Local Authority as an education adviser.  These roles have given her a wealth of experience and a good understanding of Special Educational Needs which Judy is able to bring to her role of both a Member and the Chair of Trustees at Spring Common School.

Lynda Adam: Trustee 

Lynda trained at Goldsmiths College, University of London and taught in state schools, qualifying in Special Needs Education in Cambridge.  She worked as a teacher at Spring Common until her retirment.  Lynda continued to support the school as a Governor, converting to a Trustee when the school became an Academy in January 2016.


Jay worked for Spring Common School as a Specialist (Visual Impairment) Teaching Assistant for 12 years.  She currently works for the local authority county wide, as a member of the Sensory Support Visual Impairment Team.  Jay has over 17 year’s experience supporting children and adults with learning disabilities, plus 5 year’s experience working in a children’s residential care home and more recently working in a residential care home for the elderly. Since 2011, she has been a school governor at Spring Common School, and then became a Member when the school converted to Academy.  Jay also supports her local village community church with fund raising events.