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Malmesbury Primary School

Brings out the best in everyone

Meet our Governors

Penny Bermingham

Governor for SEN & Equalities (awaiting photo and biography)


Shreya Desai


I am one of the parent governors at Malmesbury. I moved to the UK in 2006 to pursue higher education and gained the Master of Business Administration (MBA) postgraduate qualification. Specialising in Finance, I have 15 years of working experience in the field. I now work as a Tax Advisor for a Tech organisation.

As a Safeguarding Governor and being part of the Standards committee, my role is to ensure there are policies and procedures in place to safeguard and promote pupil welfare. Having stepped into the role about a year ago, I thoroughly enjoy the responsibility as I feel well placed to utilise my experience and knowledge as a parent and as a professional.

If you have any concerns you'd like to voice, feel free to come and chat with me at pick up/drop off or whenever you see me around Morden.


Tom Harrison


I am the local authority co-opted Governor for Malmesbury Primary School, having joined the Governing board in early 2023. I grew up and was schooled in the capital and now live in south London.


I work in government relations and public policy, having built a career through the Houses of Parliament, the Bank of England and most recently at Cicero, a political consultancy. I am beginning a role in the Bank of New York Mellon as Vice President for Government Relations from April. Through my work, I have advised senior policymakers and businesspeople on how to navigate political turbulence and uncertainty to deliver policy in the interests of the whole country.


I have an undergraduate degree in French and Russian from Durham University, which included seven months studying and teaching in the cities of Tomsk and St. Petersburg. I have also achieved a distinction in his Graduate Diploma in Economics (equivalent to an undergraduate degree), from Birkbeck, University of London.

Aleksandra Kokot

Governor for Phase-EYFS (awaiting photo and biography)

Porsha Nunes-Brown

Chair of the Governors

Governor for Pupil Premium & Phase-KS1 (awaiting photo and biography)


Femi Omowaye


I was motivated to become a School Governor because as a father of three school-age children, I am a great believer in the provision of high-quality learning environment, where children/young adults are enabled to be the best they can be, irrespective of their social-economic background. I believe that bringing my industry expertise and knowledge to the table is my small way of contributing to this ideal. Furthermore, being a School Governor enables me to gain an insight into how our teachers and their supporting staff deliver the great educational services every day in schools across the country.


I joined Malmesbury Primary School in September 2022 and I am the Governor for Safeguarding, Data Protection, and Attendance. Leveraging my professional background in Enterprise Data Management, I am helping to ensure that the school is compliant in all aspects of The Data Protection Act 2018 – UK’s implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


It has been a real eye-opening experience that reveals how much work dedicated educators and their supporting staff put into successfully running a school.

Jamie Wynne-Griffith


I became co-opted Governor in March 2022. When I left university, I trained as a teacher in a secondary school in Uxbridge. Having a real passion for education and having really enjoyed my own time at school, I wanted to see what it would be like on the other side of the classroom. Whilst I really enjoyed the experience, I decided it was right to pursue other interests whilst I was still young. Volunteering as a Governor was my way of getting back involved and trying to make an impact.


I work at a Private Equity firm in London, previously working and training as an accountant. I live in Earlsfield with my wife and have lived in London for the past 8 years (my parents are originally from Guildford, where I grew up). My job involves assessing investment opportunities, currently focused around student housing, house building and hotels, so a real mix. The job involves scrutinising financial information, assessing if an investment is worthwhile and assessing what resources will be needed to help make it work, which is helpful in my role as a Governor. I deal with people on a day-to-day basis, which I really enjoy and consider a good skill to have as a Governor.


I am currently the vice chair of the Malmesbury Full Governing Body and I am the chair of the Resources Committee. I really enjoy both roles and feel very lucky to work alongside such caring and talented staff and governors. 

Eric Yeung


I am a seasoned HR practitioner with over 20 years of professional experience in developing people strategies for business impact. Throughout my career, I have held management positions in various industries, gaining valuable hands-on experience in talent management, engagement, resourcing, rewards, learning and organizational development.


With experience serving as a mentor to undergraduates and a coach to management trainees in the business sector, guiding their personal and professional development, I am excited to bring my passion for people development, along with my experience, to Malmesbury Primary School. I am committed to ensuring the best possible education for our students and collaborating with school staff, parents, and the local community to contribute to the school's overall success.


I hold an undergraduate degree in public sector management and a master degree in human resource management.