Our Teams

We see success being founded upon nurturing relationships, challenge, support and high expectations; and encourage an ethos of creativity, expression, dedication and achievement in each and every school, securing the best outcomes for all those in our care.

Schools are led locally by those who know their students, staff and communities best; their headteachers and local governing bodies.  Staff are motivated, well-managed and well-led; with clear opportunities for career progression and development within the MAT.  We all want to imbue our children and young people with a lifelong love of learning and strive to provide quality education in a caring environment at the heart of the local community.

We are 'better together'.


Athena-GEP Members

Our Members are the conscience of our trust, ensuring that we all remain true to our aims and objectives. They are able to hear viewpoints from any member of Athena-GEP and they hold the trustees to account for the strategic operation of the Trust. They appoint the trustees and have the power to remove the trustees if necessary. They appoint our auditors and meet twice a year. Members do not sit on any other committees.


Fiona Boulton

Fiona has been Headmistress at Guildford High since September 2002.  Prior to that she was Deputy Head at Guildford High for 5 years.

Fiona grew up in Guildford where she was a pupil at Boxgrove Primary School.  At age 11 she was offered a place at Guildford County School, which was then a Grammar School.  Before she could take up the place her family moved to Kent, where she attended the local Comprehensive school.   She is keen to finally be involved with Guildford County School.

Guildford High is a member of United Learning, it is a Teaching School and Fiona is a National Leader of Education.  She firmly believes that schools working in collaboration are stronger than schools working in isolation and is very supportive of the idea of the Trust.  She hopes to bring some of her experience of cross school work to the table. 

Donald Hirsch

Ex-parent, Former Vice Chair at GCS

Director of the Centre for Research in Social Policy

Donald is a former journalist and international policy consultant, who was Poverty Adviser to the Joseph Rowntree Foundation for the ten years prior to joining CRSP in 2008.  

He played a central role in establishing A Minimum Income Standard for the United Kingdom, using CRSP's ongoing research methodology showing what incomes households need for an acceptable standard of living as agreed by members of the public.  He now leads that programme and associated projects studying income.  He also plays a prominent national role in commenting on the adequacy of the public welfare system, and on poverty trends.

Paul Martin

Paul is a Chartered Accountant who qualified in 1982. He runs a local accountancy practice -  CMB Partnership Limited in Guildford - with two fellow directors. CMB provide a full range of accountancy, audit and taxation services to both individuals and businesses.

Paul was appointed a governor at Guildford County School (GCS) in 2001. He became Chair of Finance a few years later and oversaw the financial turnaround of GCS from a huge deficit to a positive financial position. He also served for four years as Chair of Governors, prior to the appointment of the current Chair, Janette Owen. In addition, he played a significant role in the successful transfer of GCS from a Foundation School to an Academy in 2013. He continued as a governor until 2014.

After a break from being a governor Paul is keen to offer his experience to assist in the creation of the Multi-Academy Trust.

Stephen Ravenscroft

Stephen is a Partner at law firm Stone King, who have offices around the UK.  He leads the Education Team and has specialised in charity and not-for-profit law since qualifying as a solicitor in 1997.

Stephen has been involved in the academies programme since its inception back in the early 2000s, initially advising on the “type 1” failing school projects. He has acted on the conversion to academy status of over 170 maintained schools of all types, including community, faith and alternative provision schools.

Stephen has been instrumental in developing some of the larger multi academy trusts. This experience of building Trusts from small entities to quite complex and sizeable organisations has given him insight into the legal issues and the organisational and strategic challenges which may lie ahead.

Stephen’s particular expertise surrounds governance structures of multi academy trusts, drawing on his charity law background. This experience includes a detailed understanding of the relationships between academy trusts and their trading subsidiaries. He has particular experience in dealing with the establishment of academies within the faith sector and has acted on a significant number of conversions within Surrey.

Stephen is recognised as a leader in both education and charity law by Chambers and Legal 500. He has recently stepped down as a member of the Executive Committee of the Charity Law Association having served on the committee for 9 years. He is a governor of two schools and sits on an Academy Strategic Board for a Catholic Diocese.


Athena-GEP is governed by a board of trustees. The board of trustees provides a strategic overview of the running of the trust, support the executive team and ensures that all schools in the MAT are well-governed. AST believes that trustees should be appointed for their professional, educational and governance skills. All trustees have the interests of every member school at their heart. 

Details of Trust Board Membership

Governance Leaders Group

A group of governance leaders, comprising of all Chairs of Governors, and Chairs of Commitees of the Board, meet every term to improve the effectiveness of governance.

Details of all leaders can be found on our Governance Arrangements page


Athena-GEP puts the education of young people first, driven by the headteachers’ group, comprised of the head teachers, or head of school, from member schools. The group drives the school improvement and academic strategies of the MAT: monitoring standards and ensuring optimum collaboration between schools to enhance education and best practice in school management. 


Alison Fitch and Rebecca Stacey

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Rebecca Stacey


Rebecca has worked in education for over twenty years and has been headteacher at Boxgrove Primary School for seven years.  Boxgrove is a large three form entry school in Guildford and over 630 children attend the school. Rebecca is passionate about inclusion, having worked as an Inclusion Officer in a previous role.  She is also an advocate for flexible working and the huge benefits that this model can bring to an organisation, having worked with the DfE to produce materials to promote leaders and teachers working in this way. 

Rebecca says that being a headteacher is a massive privilege and she absolutely loves her role and the community she serves.  



Katie Moore

Fullbrook School

K Moore   Headshot 2018 v2Katie is the Principal at Fullbrook, a large mixed comprehensive school in the Woking area that has been part of the MAT since 2016. Katie has been at Fullbook for 16 years, five of which she has been Principal.

Prior to this she was The IT Advisor for 64 schools in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, managing IT programmes, training and CPD across the local authority. Katie has been in education for 25 years and is passionate about ensuring everyone can be better than they ever thought they could be!  



Kate Carriett

George Abbot

Kate CarriettKate trained as a secondary music teacher in Birmingham and led two music departments in Warwickshire and Staffordshire before moving on to become a Head of Year in Croydon.

From there Kate moved into senior leadership in Surrey before becoming a headteacher in 2011 - Kate has now been headteacher at two secondary schools within the MAT.  

George Abbot is one of the largest schools in the country, so Kate's expertise has developed in all matters personnel, legal, leading change on a large scale and continually improving teaching and learning. 

George Abbot is a longstanding SCITT provider and partners with South Farnham Educational Trust (SFET) in the delivery of the ECF, specialising in the delivery of the ECT secondary framework.



Steve Smith

Guildford County School

IMG 4701Qualifying as a Geography teacher in 2001, Steve spent eight years honing his craft in the classroom.  During this time and as an academic at heart, Steve gained a Masters degree in Educational Leadership. 

Away from schools, Steve has held fellowships of the Royal Geographical Society and the College of Teachers and whilst working has led on teacher induction, careers education and served as a governor of three secondary schools. 

Qualifying as a Mountain Leader in 2007, Steve has also led and delivered all three levels of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme and he has a passion for learning outside the classroom, contributing in any way that he can to the wider life of the school. 

In 2009, Steve began a new role as Head of Geography, before moving into the first of two assistant headships in 2011.  In 2014 Steve successfully completed his  NPQH.  Four highly successful years at County followed, with Music, Sports and an ever-growing co-curricular programme, growing hand in hand with its increasingly strong reputation for academic excellence.  Steve was appointed interim Head of School at County, in May of 2018, a role which was then made permanent in 2019. 

Steve is now the ninth headteacher in County’s 116 year history and has a strong desire to dedicate himself to its onward success effectively serving with enthusiasm, pride and professionalism.


Lucy Ryder and Rona Mackie

Guildford Grove School

Lucy Ryder DeputyLucy has worked in three mainstream schools in Surrey since qualifying in 1993. Her first class had children with additional learning needs and partial hearing loss.

It was this experience with statmented pupils (as they were termed in 1993) that piqued her interest in special educational needs and disabilities. Very early into her career, Lucy welcomed the opportunity to take on the role as SENDCo in addition to her class teacher role.

Lucy carried on her role as SENDCo into her next post where she was also the KS1 leader. Her interest in leadership grew over this time and in 2001 she successfully answered a Deputy Headship advert at a newly opening school in the Park Barn community. This was Guildford Grove Primary School where Lucy has worked ever since.

Lucy spent 18 years as deputy headteacher and SENDCo and also gained SLE status and was lucky enough to able to work closely with SENDCos in other schools locally that needed support.

In 2019, Lucy stepped into the acting headteacher role to cover Rona Mackie’s maternity leave. Little did she know that she would end up taking the Guildford Grove community through a pandemic! Lucy is now co-headteacher at Guildford Grove alongside Rona and finds every day varied, exciting and rewarding. The pupils keep her very grounded and one was even at pains to tell her that she was “just half a headteacher!"


Alastair McKenzie

Kings College Guildford

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Amanda Pedder

Loseley Fields

Amanda PedderAmanda has been working in the primary sector in Surrey for the last 26 years. Throughout her career, Amanda has had a keen interest in personal development and in particular championing those children disadvantaged and vulnerable.

In her early career she developed an expertise in personal and social education, working with the local authority to write high quality SRE schemes of work for schools to use across Surrey. She is also an experienced coach and mentor supporting teachers and leaders in developing areas of their practice including leadership development and managing pupil behaviour. She has been a DSL for 19 years and has a wealth of knowledge about safeguarding.

 Amanda successfully achieved her NPQH in 2003 whilst working as a deputy in another school within the trust. She has worked as headteacher of Loseley Fields since October 2018 where she has helped stabilise staffing and drive improvement across the school through rigorous curriculum development.



Debbie Brown
Northmead Junior School

Debbie brownDebbie has many years experience working in  mainstream  Surrey schools as a class teacher, Deputy Head and now as Head Teacher at Northmead Junior School.

Throughout her career she has developed a genuine desire to promote inclusion and support for all children to achieve their potential, no matter what their starting point.

She believes a school should offer a broad and challenging curriculum which engages all children and fosters a love of learning for all for now and in future life.

Gavin Dutton

Pirbright School

Screenshot 2021 11 09 at 08.31.06Gavin grew up in Surrey and spent his entire teaching career in the local area. He has a passion for creative learning and ensuring that primary aged children receive experience led learning which is purposeful and physically active.

When not in school he can be found either at the rugby or the theatre and these two passions influence he activities at school. He became the headteacher at Pirbright in 2015.


Kate Collins

Sandfield Primary School

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Kate has enjoyed a varied teaching career working across many different settings; from 5 form entry junior schools to three form entry primary schools located in Tower Hamlets, Dorset and Surrey. Teaching from reception to year 6. 

Maths has always been an area of specialism, with Kate attaining a Post Graduate Certificate in Mathematical Education from Brunel University, as well as being a lead maths teacher across Surrey, leading training in schools on both maths and assessment.

Kate achieved her NPQH in 2014 and  used these leadership skills in her deputy headteacher role at Boxgrove Primary School and since February 2019, as the headteacher of Sandfield Primary School. 

Kate's vision for education is to inspire children to love learning, through a rich, engaging, creative and broad curriculum.


Michelle Dutton
Shalford Infant School


Sarah Carrington

Stoughton Infant and Nursery School 

Sarah carrington 2Sarah qualified as a primary teacher in 2002 and spent 16 years at the same school undertaking a variety of roles from subject leadership, Assistant Headteacher with responsibility of Key Stage 2 and in the latter years she was the school’s SENCO and Deputy Headteacher. 

Sarah also worked as a Specialist Leader in Education (SLE), supporting schools with initial teaching training and provision for special education needs.  The SLE role progressed into two secondments as an Interim Headteacher which was a fantastic professional development, alongside the NPQH,  for her current role as Headteacher at Stoughton Infant and Nursery School.   


Executive Team

Our executive team supports headteachers and schools deliver an excellent standard of education across the whole trust.

Through partnership, systems leadership and shared accountability, the team establish the Trust's ways of working; implementing systems and structures which benefit children’s education, deliver smooth financial operation and improve school performance by investing in training and mentoring school staff.


Jack Mayhew

JjmayhewJack Mayhew is the founding Executive Headteacher of Athena Schools Trust and brings significant experience of school leadership from both the secondary and primary sector. A teacher for more than 20 years, involved in school leadership for over half that time and a head, of one description or another, for almost 8 years, across three different schools, he is pleased to form Athena with like-minded individuals and schools seeking a new collaborative multi-academy trust model.

Jack has experience of school leadership in a variety of contexts and varying educational stages. He has experience of forming a multi-academy trust team before joining Guildford County – a school he led to outstanding Ofsted status in 2017.

The formation of the Athena Schools Trust in 2018 is part of a shared vision for education which believes we are ‘better together’. The best way to face the challenges facing schools in the current climate is through collaboration, honesty and high expectations.


Patrick Overy

Patrick OveryPatrick is the Chief Financial Officer for the trust. Patrick was previously School Business Manager for Guildford County School and brings a wealth of knowledge to the trust from previous roles, including as an Operations Manager within the electronics industry and, as a volunteer, as the vice-chair of a national youth organisation. Patrick trained as a Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineer.

Patrick is an accredited School Resource Management Advisor and provides support to schools on behalf of the Department for Education to assist them in making the most effective possible use of resources.

Patrick’s role is to ensure that the trust provides effective support to our schools, enabling them to offer the best possible learning experiences for children and young people.


Andrew Roach

ARoach 2Andrew is the Director of Education for the trust. Andrew has significant experience of secondary school leadership including a number of years as a Senior Deputy Headteacher in a large north London comprehensive.  In addition, he has been a facilitator for the National College of School Leadership delivering LfTM, Leadership Pathways through the Institute of Education and most recently as Lead Facilitator for STSN’s NPQSL programme. He is also an on-line facilitator supporting the NPQ suite of courses.  Andrew is currently delivering the ECF in George Abbot School’s role as a Regional Delivery Partner on behalf of South Farnham Teaching School hub and acting as the Appropriate Body for all secondary ECTs.

He has been a Leadership Development Advisor of the Fast Track and the Accelerate to Headship programmes.  Between 2016-21, he was employed as the Director of the Teaching School alongside his role as Director of Education.

Areas of expertise: Provision and delivery of school-based and external training. bespoke workshops and training programmes.  Coaching support, career consultations and interview support for Deputy Headteachers and Headteachers.



Ali Larcombe-Fish

Ali Larcombe FishAli is the Commercial Director for the trust. Ali performed the Business Manager role in two schools, where she experienced first-hand the management of school business administration, the role of school leadership teams and the operations of two different multi-academy trusts.  Prior to this, Ali was a Senior Manager at Accenture, where she gained over ten years’ experience in planning and implementing business transformations across Financial Services and FMCG sectors.  Ali typically performed the business project lead role for these transformations, which involved change management, process changes and systems implementations.  Ali graduated from Aston University with First Class Honours in International Business and French.  She was awarded the NCSL Diploma in School Business Management in 2011 and holds certificates from AAT as well as CIPFA (Academy Financial Reporting).  Ali has served as both a clerk and a parent governor at two local schools, giving a broader perspective of the challenges and stakeholders within the education arena.


Jo Jones

Joanna Jones   SCITT (1)Joanna is the Director for Initial Teacher Training (ITT) and since joining the trust has supported graduates into the teaching profession. Joanna has twenty-five years of experience teaching and leading primary schools in London and Surrey. In more recent years she has also worked as an NPQH assessor and facilitated the work of Surrey’s Primary Headteachers’ Phase Council.




School Improvement Team


Graham Tuck, Director of Secondary Education

Graham Tuck (1)Graham is Athena-GEP Director of Secondary Education. Graham has had thirty years experience teaching and leading in secondary schools, including five years as a Head of English and ten years of successful secondary headship. Graham was also a School Improvement Partner and National Challenge Advisor and worked in school improvement for various local authorities. Graham was a lead inspector for Ofsted for a number of years before moving to the Oasis multi-academy where he worked as a National Director responsible for strategy and innovation.



Kathryn Krynicki, Director of Primary Education

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Kathryn has worked as a classroom teacher in the primary sector teaching for all ages between Nursery and Year 6.  Alongside this role in the trust, Kathryn is also a serving headteacher with 11 years headship experience, she has extensive experience of school academy trusts and school leadership.

Kathryn is an accredited NLE and has had the privilege of working with a variety of schools across the South East region in supporting them with varying aspects of school improvement.

Kathryn works to support governing bodies within both the maintained local authority and academy sector cross phase to include primary and secondary.

Kathryn has worked as part of the school improvement team since 2020 and has been able to visit all the schools within the trust, to work with leaders, teachers and staff teams to help them develop the curriculum offer for the trust’s learners.

Alongside her school improvement team colleagues, they aim to support the trust’s schools with providing the very best education they can, for the children they serve.  They do this via bespoke school improvement work and professional development.


Rachel Hughlock, Primary Practice Development Lead

Rachel has worked for the trust since 2016 in her role as Primary Practice Development Lead.  She has over 20 years of experience working in education as a teacher and acting Deputy Head.

Rachel is passionate about improving teaching and learning and improving standards of attainment within Athena-GEP schools.  She provides strategic support for senior leadership teams as well as providing support for teaching and learning across both our primary and secondary schools.  As part of her role, Rachel also delivers CPD to both teachers and trainees.


Hannah Cover, Primary Practice Development Lead



Liz Kemp, Trust Lead Practitioner for English

Liz has worked in the secondary sector, both leading and teaching English, throughout London and the South-East ofLiz Kemp England for over twenty years. Acquiring the status of an Advanced Skills and Chartered London teacher has enabled Liz to support colleagues - both within her own schools and beyond - to aspire to develop their practice and improve outcomes, in English, for all young people.  Liz has worked for AQA as both a GCSE language and A Level literature English examiner and has also written and published A Level educational materials for the Curriculum Press.  Liz has volunteered as a primary school governor and recognises the importance of ensuring a joined-up English curriculum across transition phases.  Liz has a BA (Hons) in Literature and Theatre and an MA in the Sociology of Childhood and Children's Rights from the Institute of Education (UCL).

Kate Chandler, Trust Lead Practitioner for MFL

Kate is Head of MFL for KS4 at George Abbot School and is Trust Lead Practitioner for MFL for the trust. Kate Chandler

Carol Pearce, School Improvement Advisor

CPearceCarol has been supporting the trust since  September 2018, adding a wealth of educational leadership experience to the team.  Her passion is to support school leaders, including governors, to be the best they can be; continually improving the provision they offer their children so that they thrive.

Carol’s experience includes being a teacher across the entire age range (Nursery through to Secondary), Headteacher, Service Leader for Education Standards within a local authority, School Improvement Partner, a National Leader of Governance, a Trainer delivering National School Leadership Programmes and a Trainer in Neuro Linguistic Programming.




Central Operations Team


Jo Coles, HR, HR Manager

Jo Coles

Jo is a Chartered Member of the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development), is a Prince 2 Project Management Practitioner, a certified workplace mediator and Mental Health at Work First Aider.

Jo joined the trust in 2017 having previously worked in Human Resources in the NHS for 20 years.  Jo is experienced at providing best practice HR advice and delivering HR related initiatives such as employment law related matters, complex employee relations cases, change management processes, policy development, recruitment and retention initiatives and workforce planning.



Sarah Mackenzie, HR, HR Officer

SMackenzieSarah is a qualified HR professional who joined Guildford County School in April 2015, following work as School Business Manager at Queen Eleanor’s Junior School for six years.

Prior to this she worked as a Personnel Manager at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospital for over ten years.


Suzy Wright, HR, HR Assistant


Suzy has worked for the trust since February 2019.  She has over 15 years of administration experience and has worked within the education sector since 2014.  Suzy has a BA Hons in Business Administration.

In her role as HR assistant, she provides HR administration support to the GEP central team and the HR Manager.  She is responsible for providing support with HR record keeping, recruitment, contractual management, compliance and HR metrics.  She provides a professional and approachable response to queries from staff within the GEP schools.


Richard Wiseman, Estates, Estates Manager

Richard Wiseman GEP

Richard joined the trust in 2017 in his role as Estates Manager. He has over 20 years of experience working within facilities management both in the private and public sector .

Richard is responsible for providing outstanding educational facilities for all Athena-GEP pupils by managing acquisitions, disposals, maintenance and development of the trust estates. Part of his role brings together Premises Managers and their teams across the trust, providing excellent delivery standards and cost effectiveness.

Richard has led a series of trust wide building projects and monitors those led by schools. He ensures the development of policies and procedures for effective buildings maintenance and ensures compliance of H&S legal and regulatory duties.

Richard is also the trustee of a UK based charity that supports the education of underprivileged children in Thailand.



Sarah Allen, FInance, Finance Manager

Sarah AllenSarah is a qualified accountant who joined the trust as Finance Officer following four and a half years as School Business Manager at Shalford Infant School. Prior to this she worked as a Financial Controller and has over 15 years of commercial finance experience gained in the private sector.

Sarah believes great financial management can help the trust deliver the best outcomes for its children.


Lisa Wilde, Finance, Interim Financial Controller

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Amanda Whitlock, Finance, Senior Finance Officer

Amanda has worked for the trust since 2014 as a Senior Finance Officer.  She is a qualified accountant and has over 20 years experience working in both the private sector and education.  During a career break, Amanda worked at a local charity, setting up their finance department.

In her role as Senior Finance officer, she ensures the monthly entries for the Trust centre are entered accurately and meet the month end deadlines. Other duties include transferring funding, VAT and monthly recharges to/from GEP schools and input the corresponding accounting entries. She also provides support  to finance staff within Athena-GEP schools with any system queries.


Sulisan Miller Cook, Finance, Finance Assistant

SulisanSulisan has worked for the GEP since 2018 as a Finance Apprentice. She has previous experience as a book keeper and has gained the AAT Accounting level 2 and 3.

In her role, she is responsible for assisting in setting up financial systems, managing data, account payable and receivable, month end and year end processes.  She assists the department with financial administration, record keeping and financial reporting.


Gaby Sutton, Administrator, Senior Administrator and PA to CEO

Gaby Sutton GEPGaby has worked for the trust since 2014.  Gaby first joined the trust as a Food Technology Technician at George Abbot School before taking the role as senior administrator within the central team.  She holds an honours degree in French and Italian and prior to a career break she was a Sales, PR and Marketing executive.

In her current role, Gaby provides high quality and confidential PA service to the CEO and acts as the primary point of contact between the CEO, members of schools and external parties.  

Gaby is also the strategic and operational lead for Sussex and Surrey Science Learning Partnership ensuring KPIs set by the STEM Learning organisation are met and an annual programme of high quality science CPD and activities is offered and delivered to schools across Surrey and Sussex.

Her main aim is to ensure an organised and efficient office to allow for the trust to  provide a high service to all of the Athena-GEP schools.


Jo Jones, SCITT, Director of SCITT

Joanna Jones   SCITT (1)Joanna is the Director for Initial Teacher Training (ITT) and since joining the trust has supported graduates into the teaching profession. Joanna has twenty-five years of experience teaching and leading primary schools in London and Surrey. In more recent years she has also worked as an NPQH assessor and facilitated the work of Surrey’s Primary Headteachers’ Phase Council.


Lynsey Filby, SCITT, Secondary Course Facilitator

LynseyLynsey is the Secondary Course Facilitator for George Abbot SCITT and joined the team in 2012. Previously, Lynsey worked within the field of Human Resources for the private and public sector and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. She also holds a Business Studies and Social Policy degree.  

In her role, Lynsey facilitates the organisation of the Secondary SCITT programme including recruitment, provides pastoral support and advice to trainees and co-ordinates the financial management of the SCITT.  




Gerry Newman, SCITT, Primary Course Facilitator

GerryGerry joined George Abbot School in 2010 as the Teaching School Administrator and moved into the SCITT Team in 2014.  In her role as Primary Course Facilitator, she is responsible for the organisation of the Primary SCITT Programme and provide pastoral support for the Primary Trainees.





School Business Managers

An operations group, headed by the Athena-GEP’s finance director, is comprised of the business managers and bursars of the member schools, plus appropriate co-opted professionals. Its responsibilities include ensuring that all schools are financially viable, examining and progressing synergies across the MAT and ensuring services, such as HR and payroll, are effectively run and monitored.


School Business Manager

Boxgrove Primary School

Ian Dickinson

Fullbrook School

Peter Torrance

George Abbot

Sarah Jones

Guildford County School

Mark Cheesman

Guildford Grove Primary School

Julie Smaller

Kings College Guildford

Peter Torrance

Loseley Fields Primary School

Anne Benson

Northmead School

Deborah Cole

Pirbright Village School

Helana Muller

Sandfield Primary School

Jane Cregan

Shalford Infant & Nursery School

Lauraine Banks

Stoughton Infant School

Marion Parish