Robert Campbell is CEO of the Morris Education Trust. Originally an English teacher, he was Vice-Principal at Witchford Village College before moving to the headship of a large secondary school in the North East. In 2007, he became Principal of Impington Village College and its Executive Principal in January 2016, before being appointed as CEO of MET that October. 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 and is an accomplished musician and orienteer. Two of his three children attended IVC, both graduating from the school with IB Diplomas. From the outset of his career, he has been motivated to contribute to the mission to ‘build a better world through education’.
Beth Morrish is Teaching School Director. Beth has taught for over 10 years as a Secondary School English teacher and leader of the KS4 curriculum. Before teaching she worked in the third sector managing a range of personal development and life skills programmes for children and young adults. Beth is committed to working collaboratively to achieve standards of excellence within the profession for students and colleagues alike. She believes the mission for MTSA is to make it easier for us all to provide a great education for every young person in our care.
Ryan Kelsall is Principal of Impington village College. He joined Impington Village College in September 2004 as a graduate trainee teacher of Geography and Sociology. Following his training Ryan secured a teaching position in a local secondary school and was promoted to a senior teaching position within 2 years. In September 2013 Ryan returned to Impington Village College to take up the role of Assistant Principal – Maths and Data. 2014 was a real time of change and significant development at Impington Village College and Ryan was promoted to Vice Principal in the Spring of 2014 and worked closely with the Principal to widen Impington Village College’s senior leadership team and develop the leadership capacity across the whole College. In January of 2016, to allow the College to expand further as a Multi Academy Trust, the previous Principal moved to an Executive Principal role and Ryan became Principal of Impington Village College. In his role as Principal Ryan is committed to ensuring that Impington Village College continues to provide opportunities, to all staff, ensuring that all colleagues at Impington Village College have the chance develop and improve their practice and gain the experience and training required to further enhance their career prospects.
Sarah Giles joined the Morris Teaching School Alliance in October 2017 as Teaching School Administrator. Prior to joining the Morris Teaching School Alliance Sarah worked for 6 years as a Senior Teaching School Administrator for a network of teaching schools in Cambridgeshire.