The Trustees of Seva School

Our full governing body meets three times per year. There are three sub-committees that report to the full governing body. These are:

1. Finance, Audit & Buildings Committee

2. Personnel, Performance & Safeguarding Committee

3. Strategic Management, Curriculum & Standards Committee

Each of the committees are led by an elected chair from the governing body. Other governors are made members of these committees according to their interests and experience. Here follows an overview of the governors of Seva School.

Chair of Governors to be confirmed


Amarjit Basra – Trustee & Vice Chair of full Governors“I have been privileged to have been involved with the Seva School project from its inception. I am passionate about the school, its vision and our commitment to deliver excellent educational experience.I have a wide ranging experience in private sector and look to bring best practice and industry experience to my role as a governor in the Finance, Audit and Building committee.”
Also;Mandeep Singh Sahota – Trustee


Sunny Singh Heer – Governor“Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ka Fateh, my name is Sunny Singh Heer and I am a Governor on the Finance, Audit & Buildings Committee. I am a Chartered Accountant and when I first heard about plans to open Seva School, I was keen to volunteer and participate my Seva by putting my skills and knowledge to good use, and assist the School on its journey. I think it is fair to say it has definitely been a journey so far, one that has been thoroughly enjoyable and very rewarding. Challenging the finances, providing support, developing processes and having a brain ache over the figures has definitely been worth it, especially when you walk through the new School premises and are taken aback by the friendly warm feeling from both staff and the children.Away from work and supporting Seva School, I am a keen fitness fanatic. In recent years I have managed to complete the Coventry Half Marathon on 3 occasions and I hope to be successful and enter the London Marathon in 2017. Having a very young family I try to cram in as much into the weekend as possible with my wife and little ones. From playing in the park, to swimming, regular attendance at Coventry City Football Club home matches and enjoying the delights of different foods of the world. I feel it is very important to keep that tight family unit and I thoroughly enjoy catching up with all family members in my spare time. I look forward on continuing on this exciting journey with Seva School that we are all involved in.”
Dr Amarjit Johal – Parent Governor“I am a Parent Governor and member of the Personnel, Performance and Safeguarding Committee.  I am also the link governor for personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education at Seva School.  Since my daughter joined Seva School, I have been impressed by the dedication of staff in providing a stimulating and ambitious learning environment.  There are many challenges ahead, but given how much has been achieved over the last year, I am confident that Seva will be an outstanding school.I am a GP living and working in Coventry.  Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family.  For recreation, I enjoy reading, watching movies and travel.  I am also involved in charitable work.”