Wykeham Primary School

Committed to Excellence, Equality and Enjoyment

Co-opted Governor: Ms. Yemi Ogundimu


Hello everyone. My name is Yemi Ogundimu. I have been a governor at Wykeham Primary School for a long time. Over the years, I have seen our children grow in confidence and maturity and find myself amazed at their development. This confidence can be seen during the school assemblies, demonstrating how the children take pride in what they do. It shows their responsibilities and commitment to being unique individuals.

The high results are evidence of the teachers’ efforts and time invested into the children in their care. I can only say that I am grateful for the privilege to be part of this community over the years.

Co-opted Governor: Ms. Jenni Jemmot- Brown


My name is Jenni Jemmott-Brown. I am a Co-opted Governor and have two children. Both my children have achieved well at Wykeham. I live in Neasden. I try hard to keep up with events happening within the community and have attended many governor meetings and courses, both online and at various centres, to assist me in my role. Currently I am also on the Curriculum and Personnel sub-committee.

My work background is mainly catering and I have built this up over sixteen years. Now I am self-employed and teach roller skating to all ages. In my spare time I do taekwando and rock climbing. I am always happy to hear from parents about school issues - good or bad.

Staff Governor: Mr. Arvind Halai


I am a Staff Governor and am also a member of the Curriculum and Personnel sub-committee. I have taught at Wykeham Primary School for many years. In addition, I am the subject leader for Mathematics

Since my election as a governor, I have thoroughly enjoyed being able to positively contribute towards the development of the school. It is rewarding and fascinating to be a part of the leadership team. It has been an immensely rewarding and satisfying experience to see and be part of Wykeham's achievement.

In my spare time, I enjoy researching, especially about the education sector and watching documentaries to continue my professional development.