Join our Sixth Form evening, Monday 7th December, 6pm onwards
Prospective and current students and parents,
We would very much like to invite you to visit our Sixth form. Please book to come and meet us, our fellow students and our teachers on the evening of the 7th of December.
Our Sixth Form supports children through the pinnacle of their school careers. This is a time when students refine their areas of study, take exams and prepare for life after school. It is not simply our aim to get our students into the best universities in the world, we want them to excel once they are there. The Senior School nurtures self-development with a whole host of co-curricular activities, initiatives such as our ‘Community Action Programme’, it increases independence and offers tutor support for all facets of adolescent life.
4pm: Optional school tours available from the school reception
6pm : Event Start (Web Ellis Centre) with an intro from
Lee May, Head of Sixth Form
6.20pm: Hear from our Senior Heads and teachers
Refreshments will be served throughout the evening.
Hear from our Heads and Senior Teachers
Head of Senior
Alan has had 32 years experience teaching in a variety of educational settings. He has a degree in English and History and a Diploma in Education from the University of New England. He has a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Queensland.
He has taught in boys’ schools and co-educational schools in Australia, Japan and the UK.
Head of Sixth Form
Lee joins us from a role as Head of Business Studies and Economics at Hill House School in Doncaster. He took his degree at Leeds Metropolitan University and then started his teaching career.
He took time out of teaching to work in the City of London for nine years, before returning to teaching. He held leadership positions in his two previous schools, and is an A Level examination marker.
Deputy Head – Academic
Kirk was previously Deputy Principal – Curriculum at Prince of Wales Island International School, Penang, Malaysia.
He has a Masters degree in Science (Physics) from Imperial College London, and has been Head of Physics at two previous schools. He has an extensive knowledge of the British curriculum, and overseeing a rigorous academic program in his current role.
Deputy Head – Pastoral Care / Head of Boarding
Dave joined Rugby School Thailand after several years as Housemaster and Director of Activities at Strathallan School in Perthshire.
He has previously taught at Ampleforth College and Uppingham School, where he was Director of Sport and coached 1st team rugby and cricket. Dave studied at Loughborough University and has a strong background of British independent boarding schools.
Senior Deputy Head Co-Curricular
Tom took his degree at Durham. He joined us from Prendergast School in London, where he was Head of Sixth Form and Assistant Headteacher, having previously been Head of Lower School.
He has taught History, Politics, and the EPQ to Oxbridge level.
Tom has a wealth of experience in outdoor pursuits. He is a very experienced rock-climber, mountaineer, road cyclist, and skiier.