|NLE Robert Campbell
Robert Campbell is CEO of the Morris Education Trust. He is a National Leader of Education, in recognition of his impact at IVC and in work supporting other schools. He is also a National Executive member of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) and chairs its Secondary Council. He holds masters’ degrees in English Literature and Education Leadership.
|LLE Anna Reeder
Anna began her teaching career in London. She has been a headteacher in Cambridgeshire for 20 years and has worked in a range of settings from small rural village schools to large multicultural city schools. Anna is a local leader of education, an Ely Diocese Regional Adviser and inspects Church Schools nationally.
|SLE Sonia Trickey
I am a Lead Practitioner in English at Impington Village College with responsibility for the Key Stage 5 curriculum. I came to Impington in 2016 as a Lead Practitioner with responsibility for KS4, PP and SEND in English. Before coming to Impington, I was second in English and Pupil Premium co-ordinator at St Bede’s inter-church school in Cambridge. I had arrived there as an NQT in 2010. I have also done exam marking for AQA, consultancy work for CIE and am an examiner for their PDQ portfolios for Mexican school leaders. My areas of interest are English teaching, whole school literacy, supporting disadvantaged students, metacognition and assessment and feedback.
|SLE Christine Martin
Originally from Scotland, I moved to Cambridge to complete my PGCE in Science 11 years ago with my specialism being Biology up to KS5. At IVC, I have progressed from Lead Teacher: Biology (three years) to my current role Head of Keller House (4 years). I am very motivated, enthusiastic, reliable, patient and a passionate facilitator of learning inside and outside the classroom and take great pride in the fact that I am extremely organised and proactive. I have completed a PGCPS in Restorative approaches to conflict in schools and an MEd, both at the University of Cambridge delving into the pastoral aspects of schooling where my passion now lies. I am a keen advocate of analysing relevant and accurate data to identify students who would benefit from some form of intervention and work closely with colleagues to support and mentor in the development and implementation of strategies aimed at improving the learning in Biology and the pastoral side of college life.
|SLE Moira Middleton
I am the lead practitioner for Humanities; an RE and Philosophy specialist interested in the development of thinking skills. I have been on the Cambridgeshire SACRE, developing the locally agreed syllabus for RE and schemes of work. I am interested in high quality learning and teaching and have worked with teachers in training for over 20 years. A particular interest is developing classroom activities which are challenging and stretch the class including the more able.
|SLE Rachel Carrington
I have been teaching Science for 10 years, mostly Chemistry with a little Physics. I am passionate about the professional development of other Science teachers including; increased subject knowledge and confidence with practical tasks. I have spent a great deal of time creating robust assessment frameworks which help provide meaningful data. I am fervent about improving students life chances and constantly looking for ways to challenge the students I teach in new and creative ways.
The support packages developed by our Leaders in Education are bespoke to each school ensuring it targets the schools’ specific needs. Support may vary from 1/2 day, a week to several months and is designed in collaboration with the commissioning school.
Suggested ways in which our Leaders in Education can be brokered may include:
- Strategic leadership
- Bespoke CPD packages
- Raising standards
- Curriculum design
- Working with targeted groups to improve attainment e.g. SEN, EAL and Pupil Premium.
A wide range of excellent Leaders in Education can also be brokered through other Teaching School Alliances that we work alongside. Please visit their websites for more details.