Staff Members

    Teachers
    • Lee Barber

      Headteacher

    • Grace Lycett

    • Gareth Coyne

      Teacher

    • Lucy Heaton

      Teacher

    • Alice Shaw

      Teacher

    • Debbie Castaldo

      Teacher

    • Thomas Davies

      Teacher

    • Phillip Magee

      Teacher

    • Laura Granell

      Teacher

    • Richard Russell 

      Head of PE

    • Jess Kennedy

      Teacher of Drama and Theatre Director

    • Amanda Walker

      Teacher of Art

    • Laura Pim

      Teacher of Music and Musical Director

    • Stephen Simcock

      Teacher of IT and BTEC Quality Nominee

    • Amanda Cooper

      Teacher of Food and Nutrition

    • Phill Brown 

      Subject Lead for Geography

    • Guy Lambert 

      Subject Lead for History and Duke of Edinburgh Coordinator

    • Ruth Stockley

      Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages and PE

    • Ashden Higgins

      Teacher of Science and STEM Coordinator

    • Vicky Hudson

      Second in Science and Primary Links Coordinator

    • Loui Frost

      Teacher of Maths

    • Karen Witter

      Second in the Maths Department

    • Jessica Heaton

      Teacher of English and World Book Day Coordinator

    • Julie-Ann Wilson

      Assistant Headteacher and Head of Science

    • Emma Leftwick 

      Assistant Headteacher, SENCO and Teacher of Food and Nutrition

    • Jemma Morrell

      Head of English and Extended SLT

    • Sarah Johns

      Teacher of English and Head of Year 7 and 8

    • Adam Wright

      Head of Maths and Extended SLT

    Teaching Assistants
    • Sharon Dean

      Teaching Assistant

    • Jackie Brooks

      Teaching Assistant and Literacy Specialist

    • Janet Yarwood

      Teaching Assistant and ELSA Specialist

    • Sandra Blackmore

      Teaching Assistant and Learning Support Coordinator

    • Sandra Skellington

      Teaching Assistant and Diana Anti Bullying Ambassadors Coordinator

    Support Team
    • Tom Chambers

      Cover Supervisor

    • Hannah Boyd

      Cover Supervisor

    • Phil Baker

      Science Technician

    • Janet Rimmer

      Librarian

    • Brian Bennett

      IT Officer

    Admin Team
    • Dawn Williamson

      Receptionist and Attendance Officer

    • Nina Lockett

      Data and Exams Officer

    • Liz Blewitt

      Finance and HR Manager and Extended SLT

    Site Team
    • Gareth Malam

      Site Team

    • Janet Billington

      Caretaker

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    Lee Barber

    Headteacher

    Lee Barber, Headteacher

    As Headteacher, I am responsible for the leadership and management of the school, working in close partnership with North West Academies Trust to set vision and strategy to deliver an outstanding education and school experience. I also retain executive leadership of UTC Warrington, with whom Rudheath Senior Academy will work closely with to benefit from expertise and world class facilities in technical education.
    At the heart of Rudheath Senior Academy will be a culture of ‘Excellence and Kindness’; being the best version of ourselves every single day, whilst being kind to all of our school peers so each individual feels safe and supported. I am a passionate believer in providing a curriculum that prepares students to progress on to pathways that will help them achieve great things in life, whether that be via college, an apprenticeship or a job. I want students to have great options to pursue at school, combined with enrichment opportunities that will provide them with the cultural capital to leave school and excel in a competitive world.
    Rudheath is my third Headship opportunity, after successfully leading 2 previous institutions. After building and running 2 brand new Academies, I am enjoying the challenge of developing a well-established school that sits in the heart of its community. Previous to Headship, I was a senior leader in an 11-19 school in Salford, but began my teaching career as a ICT and PE Teacher in Oldham.
    Outside of teaching, I have served as an Officer in the RAF Air Cadets for many years and currently serve as Combined Cadet Force (Army) Contingent Commander at UTC Warrington, where our cadets work closely with the Royal Engineers. Both organisations provide amazing opportunities for young people; being a cadet myself was the best experience of my youth, enabling me to achieve a pilot’s licence, Gold Duke of Edinburgh award and significant leadership training. I also coach a football team and am a qualified mountain leader.

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    Grace Lycett

    Grace joined Rudheath Senior Academy in September 2016 from an outstanding and high-performing secondary school in Cheshire, having previously also taught in Greater Manchester. After studying for her A-Levels at Sir John Deanes Sixth Form College, she went on to achieve a BA (Hons) in English Language, Literacy and Communication at The University of Manchester. With a special interest in literacy and secondary education, she then went on to study for her PGCE in secondary English with special educational needs.

    Grace has a keen interest in providing extra-curricular opportunities for students, having organised several theatre and museum trips. Most notably, Grace has coached teams who have entered the national ‘Youth Speaks’ competition, with a team taking first place in their regional heats! She also has an interest in developing her own teaching and learning practise, most recently completing a course in co-operative learning.

    In her spare time, Grace loves to bake cakes and travel, having recently visited America, Hong Kong and Thailand

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    Gareth Coyne

    Teacher

    Gareth has been a teacher for 12 years, having worked in the primary sector up until January 2020 when he joined Rudheath Senior Academy. He has been a Year 5 and 6 teacher for the majority of his career, however most recently he has been acting headteacher of three different primary schools in Cheshire West and Chester. Additionally, he is a Specialist Leader in Education for mathematics which has led to him taking up the position at Rudheath teaching Key Stage 3.

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    Lucy Heaton

    Teacher

    Lucy joined Rudheath Senior Academy team in September 2019. Prior to this, Lucy worked at a secondary school in Ellesmere Port for 13 years, in a variety of pastoral roles. Lucy has a BA (Hons) in Education, a PGCE in Geography and a keen interest and experience in History. Lucy has previously played tennis at a high competitive standard and has recently completed her first triathlon, she hopes to complete many more.
    Lucy enjoys spending time outdoors with her family, including her two boys who are keen footballers. As a family, they also enjoy camping and spending time at Chester Zoo.

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    Alice Shaw

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    Debbie Castaldo

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    Thomas Davies

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    Phillip Magee

    Teacher

    Philip joined the school in September 2019. After graduating from the University of Chester with a BA (Hons) in Biology, Philip worked in a food and water testing laboratory ensuring both were safe for human consumption. He returned to the University of Chester after 2 years and graduated with PGCE Secondary Science with QTS. Through his love for science and the natural world, Philip hopes to inspire young people to understand and appreciate the natural world around them and how science contributes to everyday life.

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    Laura Granell

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    Richard Russell 

    Head of PE

    Before joining Rudheath Senior Academy in September 2004, Richard travelled the world for 5 years and taught in Australia, America and Thailand. He has also coached football in America and Indonesia as well working for Disney in Florida. Recent travelling experiences include backpacking in Peru, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia and Colombia where he obtained his Advanced PADI Scuba diving certificate. Richard is also a very keen sportsman and still regularly plays Cricket and Football.

    Richard’s goal is to ensure that all children have a positive experience of PE and that this leads to an active and happy lifestyle. In his role as Physical Education and School Sports Coordinator, Richard supports the development of PE in the local primary schools. He particularly enjoys coordinating sporting competitions for our younger children from Wincham, Lostock Gralam, Rudheath Academy, Victoria Road and Witton Church Walk primary schools. During the last 5 years Richard has developed the PSCHE curriculum to ensure our students are ready for the physical, mental and social challenges ahead of them.

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    Jess Kennedy

    Teacher of Drama and Theatre Director

    Prior to completing her PGCE at the University of Chester and working at Rudheath, Jess developed a passion for teaching during her time delivering drama workshops across Romania, introducing and promoting drama and the arts as a creative and educational tool across the curriculum.

    During her time at Rudheath she has taught across a range of subject areas. Her passion for the importance the arts have in education continues in her role as Teacher of Drama and extends outside of the classroom. Jess enjoys regular trips to the theatre and introducing her young family to the creative world around us.

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    Amanda Walker

    Teacher of Art

    Amanda is an experienced teacher, with over 14 years in the profession. She has taught in a range of schools and has been employed within NWAT for the past 10 years. In her previous school, Amanda gained experience as a leading practitioner and was part of the Senior Leadership Team.

    Amanda has a passion for travelling the world, she taught in a school in Thailand and six years ago she was fortunate enough to have a sabbatical year where she taught in a school in Toowoomba (Nr Brisbane), Queensland Australia.

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    Laura Pim

    Teacher of Music and Musical Director

    After training as a classical cellist at music college, Laura began her career as a professional musician working with orchestras, string quartets and as a solo cellist. This gave her the opportunity to travel all over Europe to perform, conduct and collaborate with an array of artists and producers for TV, film and musical theatre. It was during this time that Laura discovered her true passion for teaching which then led her to achieve her PGCE at Manchester Metropolitan University.

    Laura enjoys visiting the theatre, learning new instruments, board games and exploring new places.

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    Stephen Simcock

    Teacher of IT and BTEC Quality Nominee

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    Amanda Cooper

    Teacher of Food and Nutrition

    It was after completing her Degree at Huddersfield University and then working for the Youth Service that Amanda realised that working with young people was the path she wanted to take. Amanda qualified form Bretton Hall College part of Leeds University in 1993 as a teacher of food and art textiles and went on to teach in Llandrillo College in Wales working with students of all ages, also running an art therapy course for students with learning needs. Amanda took a year out of teaching to work as a Nanny/Tutor this was an amazing experience with opportunities to travel and meet people. She has many interesting stories.

    Amanda joined Rudheath Senior Academy in 2014 after working for 11 years at a school in Warrington as teacher of food and textiles and was part of the Middle Leaders Team taking on the role of Head of Year for five years working closely with key stage 4

    Since being at Rudheath Senior Academy Amanda has enjoyed encouraging pupils to enter competitions such as the Rotary Young Chef competition and Young Chef Competition hosted by Warrington College. She is looking forward to being part of the Middle Leaders Team again and working as a Head of Year.

    Amanda has enjoyed travelling and spent five weeks travelling around Europe while at university and also spent four weeks living with a family in Thailand. She has two children a daughter who is studying Equestrian management and a son who is sport mad. Interests are walking and being creative.

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    Phill Brown 

    Subject Lead for Geography

    Phillip joined the school in September 2004 after graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University with a BA (Hons) in Geography and Outdoor Studies and Geography Secondary PGCE with QTS. Through his love of travel and the outdoors Phillip relishes the opportunities to inspire young people to explore the world they live in and encourages them to take an active role in their local and global community.

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    Guy Lambert 

    Subject Lead for History and Duke of Edinburgh Coordinator

    Guy joined the Rudheath Senior Academy team in January 2017 having taught at a number of school across the North West.
    Guy is a passionate historian and is always looking to enhance learners enjoyment of the subject by using a range of multimedia platforms to engage learners. Guy is keen to develop as many opportunities for learners to experience history outside of the classroom by organising a range of historical trips in both the local area and further afield.
    Guy also manages the schools Duke of Edinburgh’s Award programme and has been recognised by the Duke of Edinburgh at a ceremony at St. James Palace for his commitment to the award program. Guy aims to give all learners the opportunity to complete their Duke of Edinburgh’s award and develop a range of life skills and experiences that will enhance learners potential to be successful when they leave the academy.
    In his spare time Guy is a keen runner competing in races all over the world including a number of high profile city marathons such as London and Berlin as well as Ultra trail events such as the Lakeland 50 miles race and the UTMB in France.

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    Ruth Stockley

    Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages and PE

    Ruth Stockley
    MA Education Practice, PGDE, BA Bachelor’s Degree in Languages with Tourism
    Ruth joined the academy in 2019 as an MFL and PE teacher. Prior to working in England, Ruth spent 4 years teaching English as a foreign languages to children and adults in Italy and Spain. She is fluent in French, Spanish and Italian and is passionate about sharing her love of languages with her students. She is also a keen dancer and continues to do ballet in her free time as well as yoga and running

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    Ashden Higgins

    Teacher of Science and STEM Coordinator

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    Vicky Hudson

    Second in Science and Primary Links Coordinator

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    Loui Frost

    Teacher of Maths

    Loui joined the Rudheath Senior Academy team in April 2018 following teaching in schools across the South West and working as a fundraiser for a Manchester based charity. Loui is passionate about making maths accessible for students of all ages and abilities through fun and imaginative lessons, ranging from zombie apocalypse proportion lessons to a Mad Hatter's tea party to demonstrate ratio. Loui enjoys sharing her quirky resources with teachers around the world, and is hoping to have received half a million downloads by the end of the year.
    Loui also has a keen interest in fair trade and fundraising, and enjoys sharing this passion with her students by supporting them to hold their own fundraisers for charities that are close to their hearts.

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    Karen Witter

    Second in the Maths Department

    Karen joined The Rudheath Senior Academy team in September 2005 following an initial teaching post here at Rudheath High School as part of her PGCE.  Karen studied at Leicester University and worked at a Chartered Accountancy firm in Chester as an auditor until leaving to start a family and move to London.
    Karen has two children and always volunteered to support their schools, supervising on trips and spending time reading with children at their primary schools before deciding to start her own career in teaching. Karen has experience in both pastoral and curriculum areas within the academy and was a Head of Year for 8 years until her recent role as Second in the Maths Department.
    Karen loves to travel regularly, especially to visit her villa in Spain. She has a labradoodle called Darcy and is famous for making chocolate brownies.

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    Jessica Heaton

    Teacher of English and World Book Day Coordinator

    Jess joined Rudheath Senior Academy in September 2017 as an NQT after qualifying as ‘outstanding’ from Edge Hill University. During her time at Rudheath Senior Academy, Jess has been a strong advocate for extra-curricular activities and whole school engagement through her creative writing club which has since seen students as competition winners and published authors. Jess is also our World Book Day Coordinator and this year encouraged staff and students to partake in a range of literary-themed activities around the school whilst dressed as their favourite book characters! Jess loves to inspire and motivate her students through an encouraging classroom atmosphere and positive relationships with students.
    During her spare time, Jess enjoys camping and going to music festivals where she has seen many of her favourite bands. She also loves sightseeing and planning mini adventures and has recently visited Berlin, Bruges and Paris… to visit Disney Land!

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    Julie-Ann Wilson

    Assistant Headteacher and Head of Science

    Julie-Ann joined The Rudheath Senior Academy team in September 2005 following her initial teaching post at Blacon high School. As Assistant Head Teacher for Quality of Education and Head of Science, Julie-Ann is committed to leading excellence in education and particularly values her role as ITT lead. Through her role as Associate Facilitator for STEM Learning, Julie-Ann has offered school-to-school support to raise standards in Science across various schools and is passionate about raising the cultural capital for young people through STEM based experiences. Julie-Ann is currently working towards a Masters in Educational Leadership and Management.
    Outside the classroom, Julie-Ann has spent time visiting Biological landmarks such as the Galapagos Islands, where she has been inspired by the vast biodiversity that contributed to Darwin’s theory of evolution. Here she dived with turtles, sharks, seals and tropical penguins and enjoys sharing her experiences with learners at Rudheath Senior Academy.

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    Emma Leftwick 

    Assistant Headteacher, SENCO and Teacher of Food and Nutrition

    Emma joined The Rudheath Senior Academy team in September 2017. Prior to this she worked at an Outstanding Secondary school in Flintshire for sixteen years as a Food, Health and Social Care and textiles teacher as well as Head of Learning and Transition. Previously after graduating from Liverpool John Moores University she worked at a secondary school in Hampshire. Emma has continued to develop professionally by completing her Post Graduate Certificate in Special Educational Needs Coordination through distance learning with Leeds Beckett University and most recently completing her specialist assessor qualification in psychometric testing and Exams Access Arrangements.
    Emma is passionate about inclusion within mainstream schools and is always looking at new research into well-being for all students to succeed.
    Emma has a keen interest in food and travel and often attempts dishes from around the world at home – particularly Thai and Indian. She is a huge animal fan and is owner to Nellie the school dog. As well as being a Mum she enjoys reading and catching up with friends and family.

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    Jemma Morrell

    Head of English and Extended SLT

    Jemma joined The Rudheath Senior Academy team in September 2007 after graduating from John Moore's University with a BA(Hons) in English Literature and qualifying for her PGCE at Edge Hill University. Jemma has always remained passionate about literature and has continued to develop this interest by strengthening the literature curriculum at the academy through further training and research. Jemma is particularly interested in how women are portrayed in literature and has taken several academic courses in classical literature and art. She is an avid reader and particularly enjoys poetry which she also writes.
    Jemma has a keen interest in travelling and has spent time with her family driving through Europe and recently returned from visiting China with some of our students. She enjoys singing, playing the guitar and the piano and shares this love of music with her students to help engage them when studying poetry.

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    Sarah Johns

    Teacher of English and Head of Year 7 and 8

    I have a degree with honours in English Literature at Bangor, University of Wales, and I went on to study my PGCE at Bangor Education Site following this. I started my career as an English teacher in 2002. My employment at Rudheath Senior Academy began in September 2017. I enjoy the challenges of ensuring that students have a smooth transition from primary school and I enjoy my role, working as Head of Years 7 & 8 working with a fantastic team of form tutors and support staff. Every day in my career is different and I love the variety and adventure that teaching English offers.

    In my spare time, I have worked for Cheshire Constabulary as a Special Constable. I sadly decided to give this up after four years of service in October 2019, due to time commitments. It is a time in my life where I was proud to volunteer my spare time supporting the community of Northwich and Winsford and I was one of two finalists for the Lord Ferrer’s Award in 2017, for Special Constable Individual of the Year in the UK.

    I am a devoted mother of two girls. I spend my weekends supporting my girls’ love of cricket, ballet and swimming. I love trips to remote areas of Scotland, especially in winter and I am saving for a dream family holiday to California, USA for 2030.

    Sarah Johns

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    Adam Wright

    Head of Maths and Extended SLT

    Adam joined The Rudheath Senior Academy team in September 2007 after graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University with a BA(Hons) in International Business, studying elected modules in Statistics and French. After working within the hospitality industry, Adam then qualified for his PGCE in Mathematics in 2007. Adam is passionate to encourage students to excel and enjoy his subject and attributes this to his own experiences of high school. The impact of a single teacher transformed his perception and enjoyment for the subject and promoted further study, post GCSE. Adam has always been committed to improving numeracy levels across the academy believing that a solid grounding is key for success in any field.
    Adam enjoys travelling with his wife and now also with his two young daughters, who he hopes to get on skis in the very near future..

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    Sharon Dean

    Teaching Assistant

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    Jackie Brooks

    Teaching Assistant and Literacy Specialist

    Jackie is a qualified Registered General Nurse working as a Staff Nurse for 25 years in the NHS. During that time Jackie completed her English National Board Teaching and Assessing in Clinical Practice. This enabled her to mentor student nurses and Health Care Assistants working towards their NVQ.

    Jackie joined Rudheath Senior Academy in 2010 as an SEN Teaching Assistant. She supports students with SEN to access the curriculum in mainstream classes and promote inclusion for all. She recently became a Youth Mental First Aid Champion.

    Jackie is a Mum and a Nana and is happiest when spending time with her daughter and grandson. She is a keen reader and also enjoys socialising with her close friends. Jackie is an avid follower of Manchester City Football Club.

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    Janet Yarwood

    Teaching Assistant and ELSA Specialist

    After training as a Home Economist at Blackpool College of Technology & Art, Jan has enjoyed a career in the food industry including running her own successful free-lance catering business.

    Since joining the The Rudheath Senior Academy in 2006 as a Teaching Assistant, Jan has run a daily breakfast club for learners and is a great advocate for healthy eating and healthy lifestyles.  More recently, Jan has furthered her career by becoming an Emotional Literacy Support Assistant ( E.L.S.A).

    Jan has many hobbies and passions which include Cordon-Bleu cookery, Health & Fitness, Organic Gardening and Stained Glass.

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    Sandra Blackmore

    Teaching Assistant and Learning Support Coordinator

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    Sandra Skellington

    Teaching Assistant and Diana Anti Bullying Ambassadors Coordinator

    Sandra has lived in Rudheath all her life, coming to school here and then going onto be a Secretary within the motor vehicle sector.  Sandra always felt she should be doing something different and more inspiring and had enjoyed volunteering at the local primary schools supporting children in numeracy and literacy while her own two children were very young. Sandra started here as a mid-day assistant and then a welfare assistant in 2001 before becoming a qualified Level 3 Teaching Assistant and says she has loved every moment of her journey so far, she is passionate about students being the best they can be and moving forward to be future outstanding adults, working alongside staff to remove barriers to learning. Along with her Teaching Assistant role Sandra is also our Diana Anti Bullying Ambassadors Coordinator, working with many students in our academy and the community and has organised training for students, staff and parents and supports ambassador led activities, guiding them with the tools and skills to be exceptional leaders now and in the future.

    Her hobbies include lots of reading, football (watching), musical theatre and exploring our lovely British countryside especially the National Trust.

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    Tom Chambers

    Cover Supervisor

    Tom joined Rudheath Senior Academy in February 2016 after he had spent time travelling through South East Asia, Japan, New Zealand, Australia and USA. He worked in primary education in New Zealand. He previously completed his degree in History at Liverpool John Moore’s University. Before university he worked with pre-school aged children in Holmes Chapel.
    In his spare time he enjoys playing rugby and has represented his country as well as the north of England. He also played a season at first grade level in New Zealand which he sees as the highlight of his playing career. Tom also plays music regularly in his band around Northwest but has also been further afield playing down south and popping over to Ireland

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    Hannah Boyd

    Cover Supervisor

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    Phil Baker

    Science Technician

    Phil joined the school in February 2007, having worked in the chemical industry for many years in laboratories and manufacturing plants, across the Midlands, West Yorkshire and Manchester. He has a PhD in chemistry and enjoys supporting teaching staff deliver the science curriculum and helping students develop practical science skills. Phil also has experience as a TA in the Maths department at the school.

    Phil has a strong interest in reading, particularly history and theology. He also enjoys being outdoors gardening, walking in the countryside and birdwatching.

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    Janet Rimmer

    Librarian

    Janet joined the Rudheath Senior Academy team in September 2008 after working for a considerable time within a thriving local business. She began her career here as a TA and enjoyed working with students one to one, in particular, she enjoyed inspiring learners to read. Her work with many different departments and year groups put her in good stead for her current position as the school librarian where she remains dedicated to sharing a passion and love of reading to the students at the academy. Interestingly, Janet studied for her own GCSE exams here at the academy, then known as Rudheath High School and she still has many strong ties to the community.

    Janet has a keen interest in reading and enjoys a variety of different genres; this, coupled with her passion for education makes her an expert on recommending books for our students. She is a keen crocheter and in her spare time enjoys craft projects, many of which she has passed on to the staff here.

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    Brian Bennett

    IT Officer

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    Dawn Williamson

    Receptionist and Attendance Officer

    Dawn was very fortunate to spend 10 years at home bringing her two children up, it was whilst doing this she was able to help out in the children’s primary school, listening to children read, help with spellings, classroom support, school trips and helping with school events. This made her decided that she wanted to work within a school setting. She was already volunteering with a local company delivering digital photography to parents in local primary schools. From then she became a volunteer in one of those primary schools and her potential was soon realised after completing a modern apprenticeship, NVQ’s and securing an admin position.
    Dawn joined Rudheath Senior Academy in April 2019 as our Reception and Attendance officer after working in a local primary school for over 10 years. Dawn is passionate about motivating and supporting the children and families at Rudheath Senior Academy.
    Dawn enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Dawn especially thrives in outdoor life, spending a lot of her time in her campervan, camping and exploring the countryside. Her favourite place is Newquay, Cornwall. Dawn's other hobbies include walking, sewing, nail art and any craft activities.

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    Nina Lockett

    Data and Exams Officer

    Nina previously worked for Affiniti Research Products a company specialising in antibodies for Neuroscience.  From there she went on to work in Portland, USA for a company manufacturing portable life saving monitors. Nina returned to the UK and became PA to the Professor in Child Health at the University of Nottingham where she worked for 11 years before relocating with her family to Middlewich.

    Nina has worked at the Rudheath Senior Academy for 7 years in various roles and is now our Exams and Data Officer. Nina is married and has 5 children and a boxer dog called Boomer.  She is a keen baker and colleagues love to eat her many delicious cakes.

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    Liz Blewitt

    Finance and HR Manager and Extended SLT

    Liz Blewitt, Chartered MCIPD
    School Business & HR Manager / Extended SLT

    Liz joined the Rudheath Senior Academy in September 2014 in the role of Human Resources Officer. Previous to this Liz spent 22 years working for a European Pharmaceutical Company, primarily in HR and recruitment management. Liz is originally from Birmingham but was relocated to the North West by her previous employer in July 2000.

    Liz is married with two children and enjoys spending time watching her children in various sporting activities and holidaying abroad. Liz is also a keen volunteer at sporting events, having spent 4 weeks camping in a tent in the grounds of a rugby club when she was working as a Games Maker at the 2012 London Olympics! Liz also volunteers with Re-Engage which is a charity which organises social gatherings for the elderly

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    Gareth Malam

    Site Team

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    Janet Billington

    Caretaker