Movers & Shakers: Who’s new this week?

Movers & Shakers: Who's new this week?

Your weeky guide to who’s new and who’s leaving

John Sillar, Headteacher of Aurora Redehall School

Start date: May 2017
Previous job: Deputy Headteacher of Barrs Court School and College
Interesting fact about yourself: His first teaching experience was volunteering in a Himalayan village school, run by the local Buddhist monastery in Sikkim, India.

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Sarah Lovell, Finance director at the Cabot Learning Federation

Start date: June 2017
Previous job: Senior finance manager at the Cabot Learning Federation
Interesting fact about yourself: Lovell, who qualified as an ACCA accountant in 2012, recently ran the Bristol 10K with a team of over 70 colleagues.

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Terry Parkin, CEO of King’s Group Academies

Start date: September 2017
Previous job: Board member and trustee at King’s Group Academies, and managing director of Monkmead consulting
Interesting fact about yourself: Parkin was one of the team which first drafted the science national curriculum, and he published a number of science text books in the 90s. He has sat on the national council of the Association of Science Education, and spent three years as a professional adviser to the Scout Association.

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Angelina Idun, Director of school improvement at SSAT, the schools network

Start date: June 2017
Previous job: Acting principal of Ark Evelyn Grace Academy
Interesting fact about yourself: Idun started out teaching English as a foreign language in Istanbul, before training as an MFL teacher at King’s College London then working in schools across south London.

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Marc Rowland, Research school lead, Rosendale Primary School

Start date: June 2017
Previous job: Director of policy and research at the National Education Trust
Interesting fact about yourself: As research for his book ‘The Pupil Premium’, Rowland visited more than 100 schools over two years to see how they used their extra funding.

 

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