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Adam Hodge – Chair of Governors – Co-opted Governor

Adam was born in Middlesbrough, returning to the area after graduating from university. He is a solicitor and director of a local law firm and brings to the governing board the experience of having worked for over twenty years in the legal sector.  

Adam joined the governing body of Hutton Rudby Primary School as a co-opted governor in December 2021, becoming chair of governors in 2023.  

At school, Adam’s favourite lesson was English and in his role as governor he has taken a particular interest in writing at the school. 

Adam currently has two children at Hutton Rudby and his youngest child is due to join in September. Away from the pressures of work Adam enjoys spending time with his family and is a keen supporter of Middlesbrough Football Club. Despite his best endeavours, it seems that he is destined to fail in his quest to turn his children into fully fledged Boro supporters! 

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