Deputy Safeguarding Lead
Behaviour & Pastoral Lead
SENDco & Humanities Teacher
Teaching Assistant Apprentice
Designated Safeguarding Lead
The Board of Trustees
William Holland (Chair of the board)
William Holland joined the Police force in 1980. He worked in London as a police constable for 32 years and retired as Assistant Chief Constable for Warwickshire in 2006. He was also the chair of Warwickshire Crime-stoppers and uses this experience on the board.
Richard qualified as a chartered surveyor in 1976 and has worked in Warwickshire and the West Midlands since 1978, building up an unrivalled knowledge of the area. He is a founding partner of Bromwich Hardy, a successful commercial property company.
Kuljit is a primary school teacher, who trained in Canada but has been working in Coventry and Warwickshire schools for the last 19 years. During her free time, she enjoys studying the holistic approach to life like Rekhi and yoga. She has completed a level 2 in Rekhi and would like to someday, become a master of the art.
Saj Zaidi is an English teacher in a Warwickshire school.
“I’ve worked in partnership with around 20 schools and colleges, several Alternative Providers as well as students and their parents/carers in Warwickshire, ensuring that support processes were in place for students to make progress. Alongside this, my role focused on helping develop and implement a strategy, built on strong leadership and partnership, that allowed pupils to flourish. I’ve worked with pastoral leaders and SENCOs to help them establish policies and systems around behaviour, support, SEN and Safeguarding. Schools regularly asked me to assess their provision, systems and staff development.”
“My current role has taken me back into the mainstream sector where I teach English and work with the Sixth Form in a Grammar School.”
What people say about us
I have seen my daughter develop from a moody teenager into a young woman who is keen to succeed and be independent.
The small class sizes really help, my son gets the attention he needs - he seems so much happier.
Why wasn't this around for me? It feels like someone understands what she's going through.
The staff quickly became my family because they listened. I was able to talk to them and be sure they would help me when I had an issue, even if that was from outside school.
To watch students come through the door with very little hope in their education to then leave with a real sense of belonging and achievement is the most rewarding part of my role.