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Rev. Alice Goodman
Rev. Alice Goodman has been our Rector since September 2011, and has general oversight for the three parishes of Fulbourn, Great and Little Wilbraham with Six Mile Bottom. She originally comes from Minnesota, U.S.A., and studied literature both at Harvard and then here in Cambridge. Alice has an established literary reputation both as a poet and an opera librettist. 

Having been brought up in a Jewish family, Alice converted in adult life to Christianity, and later became ordained in the Church of England. She joined us from Trinity College, Cambridge, where she served for 5 years as Chaplain. Before that, her first job in the Church of England was as Assistant Curate to the Kidderminster Parish Church Team.

Bethan Howe - Parish Assistant
Bethan became the Parish Assistant for Fulbourn, Great Wilbraham, Little Wilbraham and Six Mile Bottom in June 2017. She supports the work of Alice, our Rector, and helps to organise services in the churches for the school, runs Happy/ Sad Club in school and sometimes takes assemblies. She grew up in Hertfordshire before moving to Bangor, North Wales to study. After studying she began working at Bangor Cathedral where she was the Children’s and Youth work co-ordinator and Lay-chaplain to the University. When she moved to Cambridgeshire in 2016 she started working for the Church of England Youth Council. When not involved in all things Church she loves the outdoors and good food! Bethan is a Scout leader in Cottenham and a keen baker!

Holly Tilbrook - Foundation Governor


I joined the Full Governing Body in March 2016 as a Foundation Governor. I am a member of Little Wilbraham parish, which is where my two boys (and my husband) were baptized. I was christened in Hull, at the Church that was linked to my Church of England primary school. As a Foundation Governor I am proud to support the values that a church school teaches, as well as the cultural lessons we can learn about our community. Whilst Christian values are the priority for a Church of England school, I help to oversee the rest of the religious education curriculum too. It is important that we remain mindful that some of our pupils are members of different faiths and others may have no religious faith.