Staff & Governors

  • King's Leadership Team

    George Hartley

    Headmaster at King's from September 2017, Mr Hartley was previously Principal of Elizabeth College, Guernsey (2009 to 2017), Headmaster of Sixth Form at Berkhamsted School (2003 to 2009), Hertfordshire and beforehand taught at Highgate School, London and Eton College. George was educated at Cranbrook School, Kent, and St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, where he read Geography. George currently chairs the HMC Membership Committee and has carried out many HMC accreditation visits at schools across the UK. He is also a trustee of the local Platform for Life charity and is a governor at Merchant Taylor’s School, Crosby and Rudheath Senior Academy, Northwich. Married to Merewyn, he has two children, both of whom attend King’s. George is a long-suffering fan of Preston North End FC and dearly hopes that at some point during his lifetime they will reach the Premier League. His other interests include rugby, cricket, mountaineering, poetry, singing and wine. George is also a keen cook, having worked in restaurants as a young man, and knocks up a pretty mean paella.

    Hayley Jordan

    Hayley spent 26 years in the military leaving in the rank of Major in 2014. During her military career she served in the Ministry of Defence in London, Northern Ireland, Germany, Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan. After leaving the military Hayley joined Terra Nova Preparatory School in East Cheshire as their Director of Finance and Operations/Bursar, before joining King’s in January 2019. All of her roles have given her experience in strategic leadership, finance and project management; she is a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management and a Member of the City and Guilds in Strategic Leadership and Management.

    In her spare time Hayley enjoys socialising, cycling and walking her slightly crazy labradoodle. She is married to Jason and together they have a son called Zach.

    Tallan Gill

    Tallan’s family hails from Cornwall and he is very proud of both his Cornish and Welsh roots. He attended school in South Wales before playing professional rugby at both club and International level.

    He attended Manchester Met University where he studied PE, Sport and Business. He also completed his PGCE at Manchester Met and has since undertaken an MA in Leadership (Sport and Culture) and also in Educational Leadership.

    Tallan began his teaching career at Wimbledon College where he undertook a variety of leadership roles in both pastoral and co-curricular areas over a 12 year period. He was subsequently appointed as Director of Sport at Latymer Upper School where he spent 9 years before a brief stint as Housemaster at Reading Blue Coat School.

    At King’s, Tallan is responsible for the day to day operations and running of the senior school which also incorporates the busy co-curricular programme.

    Claire Sumner

    Claire has been at King’s since 2007 and became Deputy Head Pastoral in January 2022.

    Claire qualified to teach Secondary PE and Art with a BA (Hons) from Liverpool John Moores University. She taught at two local schools before joining King’s where she has held a number of pastoral and academic roles, including Head of Year, Head of House, Head of Academic PE and Assistant Head Pastoral.

    As well as her teaching and pastoral roles, she played a leading role in girls’ hockey at King’s until 2019, enjoying many successes. Her highlight was taking the 1st XI to the Olympic Stadium for the 2019 ISHC Final.

    Outside of school, Claire has run Cheshire Schoolgirls’ Hockey since 2007 and she has a general interest in staying active, especially Pilates and walking her dog. She is also a keen Manchester United fan and, as a Mum to two sporty teenage boys, spends much of her spare time watching them play football.

    James Millard

    James has been Deputy Head (Academic) since September 2009 after being promoted from Director of Music, a post he held from the time he joined King's in 2004.

    Previously, he was Director of Music at King's College School, Wimbledon, (2000-2004), Assistant Director of Music at Brentwood School (1991-1996) and a Music Teacher at Abingdon School (1996-2000). James was born in Ipswich and graduated from the University of Durham, College of St Hild & St Bede, where he read Music.

    His interests include music, theatre, golf, scuba diving and skiing and he has a healthy interest in good food and fine wine.

    Margaret Ainsworth

    Margaret was appointed Head of Willow Lodge in January 2015 after being Deputy Head at The Queen's Lower School Chester. She joined Queen's in 2004 as Head of English having previously taught in local primary schools after changing careers from the Law to teaching. Margaret was in charge of pastoral care, safeguarding, curriculum development and a member of the Leadership Team.

    Margaret introduced drama into the curriculum and was very actively involved in drama productions throughout the school. She contributed widely to the co-curricular provision and taught hockey, rounders and journalist club amongst others. Margaret's interests involve sailing, ski-ing, reading and walking the family dogs. She is married with three children.

    Selena O'Donnell

    After more than ten years working as a multi-media journalist for Trinity Mirror PLC, Selena joined North West Academies Trust in 2012 as Marketing Manager and helped to launch one of the first Free Schools in Chester. She continued to work with the Trust as it grew with the successful addition of other schools across the region.

    She furthered her experience in education with a role as Marketing and Development Co-ordinator at The Queen’s School, Chester, before joining King’s as Marketing and Communications Manager in January 2018. She took up her current position in January 2019.

    As part of her role, Selena is passionate about growing a network of working relationships between King’s and primary and secondary state schools in the area through the Chester Schools Together initiative and other Independent State School Partnership (ISSP) projects.

    Her interests include cinema, reading, interior design and current affairs.

    Andrea Millard

    Andrea has a wealth of experience in the HR field: in her last post at Bank of America, she played a key role in the mergers and acquisitions team at legacy MBNA to Bank of America. She has experience in the retail sector, working as HR Manager at Selfridges in Manchester and London, opening the new flagship store in Trafford Centre, in addition to Boots the Chemists.

    She graduated from the University of Chester with a BSc Hons in Health and Community Studies, and has her Graduate CIPD qualification. She is married with two daughters. In her spare time she likes to run and attend Zumba classes.

  • Patrons

    His Grace The Duke of Westminster

    Hugh Richard Louis Grosvenor, 7th Duke of Westminster inherited the title of Duke of Westminster on 9 August 2016, on the death of his father. We are honoured that the Duke has agreed to continue in the role of Patron of The King’s School.

    Bishop of Chester

    Mark Tanner has been Bishop of Chester since May 2020, succeeding the Rt Revd Dr Peter Forster who retired in September 2019. He was consecrated as a Bishop at York Minster in October 2016 and was then appointed Bishop of Berwick of the Diocese of Newcastle.
    He was born in Canada and educated at Loughborough Grammar School. He went on to study at Christ Church, Oxford, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in 1992.
    He was ordained in Chester in 1998 and both his children were born here. Following the announcement of his appointment he said “It is an honour and a joy to be appointed to the Diocese of Chester at such a key time in the life of our communities, nation, and Church.”

  • Governors

    Dr Sandra Verity JP DL

    began her varied career on Sainsbury’s Graduate training scheme after gaining her degree at Reading University. Since then she has worked primarily in business and marketing consultancy, both for and with multinational and SMEs. More recently she has run her own management consultancy business working with companies in the North West. She has combined her work life with supporting her three children through school and University. Two attended The King’s School.

    She is a Governor at Chester University, a Trustee of The Chester Clergy Family Trust and a Parish Councillor.

    Sandra is Chair of Governors, Chair of the Risk and Compliance Committee, and Chair of the Governance Committee.

    Hayley Jordan

    spent 26 years in the military leaving in the rank of Major in 2014. During her military career she served in the Ministry of Defence in London, Northern Ireland, Germany, Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan. After leaving the military Hayley joined Terra Nova Preparatory School in East Cheshire as their Director of Finance and Operations/Bursar, before joining King’s in January 2019. All of her roles have given her experience in strategic leadership, finance and project management; she is a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management and a Member of the City and Guilds in Strategic Leadership and Management.

    In her spare time Hayley enjoys socialising, cycling and walking her slightly crazy labradoodle. She is married to Jason and together they have a son called Zach.

    Hayley is Clerk to the Governors.

    Andrew Bentley

    Andrew is Storyhouse’s founding Chief Executive and has led the charity since its foundation. He is responsible for the success of its home in Chester, which welcomes over 1m visitors per year. He also created Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre in 2010, now the UK's pre-eminent temporary open-air theatre.

    Andrew trained as a musician and was Director of Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall, which he re-built and re-launched. He has experience in both the cultural and private sectors, having co-founded and built Liverpool’s iconic Hope Street Hotel which, along with its restaurant, has won many national awards over the years, including the industry’s award for the UK’s Best New Hotel. He is a board member of UK Theatre. Andrew was awarded a BEM in the Queen’s 2020 Birthday Honours List for services to arts and libraries.

    Andrew is Vice Chair of the governors, Chair of the Finance & General Purpose Committee and Chair of the Bursary and Partnerships Policy Committee.

    Debbie Leonard

    Debbie trained as a teacher in Physical Education and Mathematics in Leeds and subsequently taught in six independent schools in different parts of the country. Debbie began her career as a teacher in 1988 and took on her first leadership role in January 2001. From 2001 until August 2021, she held four senior leader roles, the last two being headships. The last headship role was at The Grange School, Hartford.

    Debbie has been an ISI team inspector since 2007 and been a governor in a number of schools. Since September 2021, she has moved into Executive and Senior Leader coaching and educational consultancy.

    Away from school, Debbie has a passion for all sports and outdoor activities. Her particular interest is in hockey and she has been a premier league coach for three top ladies’ teams in England.

    Debbie is Vice Chair of the Governors, Chair of Education Committee and also the nominated governor for PSHE and RSE.

    Andrew Bartley

    At a young age, Andrew moved primary school to The King's School in Chester and stayed there for the rest of his school career. He then went to University in Manchester to study maths. He moved on to law at Christleton for his conversion and LPC and qualified as a Solicitor, gaining Higher Rights of Audience very soon after qualification. He then became a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators as well as sitting as a part time Judge.

    Having been ranked for a number of years as a Leading Individual in the North West by Legal500 for Commercial Litigation, he retired from private practice and he is now a full time Judge in Manchester. He is married to Olivia, who works for the NHS, and has two children.

    Andrew is a member of the Bursaries and Partnerships Policy Committee.

    John Ebo

    John Ebo has lived in Chester for some forty years, is married with two sons who are currently at university undertaking post-graduate and under-graduate studies respectively.

    A former Lord Mayor of the City of Chester and first Chairman of Cheshire West and Chester Council, he served on the local councils for some three decades with responsibilities including Chairman of Environmental Service Committee and, later, Chairman of the Licensing Board. He has served as a Governor of a number of local schools, both Primary and Secondary, and is currently vice-Chairman of Newton Primary School Governors. He has extensive experience of the appointment of all levels of teaching and non-teaching staff.

    In business he ran a successful Mortgage Brokerage working within the residential and commercial sectors. He has retired from this business and currently writes and speaks on Local Government.

    John is a member of the Risk and Compliance Committee and is the Health and Safety Governor.

    Carol Edwards

    trained to be a Probation Officer at Liverpool University and subsequently worked for Cheshire Probation Service in the criminal courts, and for CAFCASS in the family courts. After taking early retirement in 2009, she studied for a BA in English Literature at Chester University; this was followed by an MA and a lecturing post at Chester University.

    She is a member of an independent ethics committee at Unilever and is a trustee of the Robert Oldfield Trust. When her children were at school, she was a parent governor at their infant, junior and secondary schools. She was appointed to the Board of Governors at King’s as a nominative governor in June 2017.

    Carol is Chair of the Safeguarding Committee and is the staff liaison governor.

    Charlotte Gillies

    Charlotte left the King’s School in 2010 having joined as a Remove. She went on to study French and Spanish at King’s College London, spending a year abroad in Paris and Córdoba. After two years in the wine trade, including WSET wine qualifications, Charlotte completed an ACA training contract in the City to become a chartered accountant. She now works in finance for Grosvenor Europe, the European investment division of the Grosvenor Group, based in Mayfair.

    Charlotte is a member of the Finance & General Purpose Committee.

    David Rowlands

    David farms Red Poll beef on the family farm in Mickle Trafford with his wife and son.

    He chairs the Oldfield Educational Trust, and is a director of the farming charity, the Addington Fund. He is a Governor at two State schools, and is a former Chester City and Cheshire County Councillor. He was appointed to the Board of Governors at King’s as a nominative governor in June 2017.

    David is a member of the Finance & General Purpose Committee.

    Mike Sayer

    Mike was born and raised in Chester, and attended King’s from 1995 to 2002. After graduating with a first class degree in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College London, Mike joined Bentley’s Engineering team. He subsequently worked in their Communications team and is now Head of Product Communications with a global responsibility. In early 2021, Mike also took on responsibility for the Bentley Heritage Collection – a fleet of 45 cars that, together, represent Bentley’s entire 104-year history.

    Outside work, Mike enjoys fitness training, landscape photography and spending time with his family – Natasha (also a King’s alumna) and two children, Holly and Sebastian.

    Mike is a member of the Education Committee.

    The Very Reverend Dr Tim Stratford

    was ordained deacon in 1986, and priest in 1987.[4] After curacies in Mossley Hill and St Helens he was chaplain to David Sheppard, Bishop of Liverpool from 1991 to 1994. He was vicar of West Derby from 1994 to 2003 and Team Rector of Kirkby until 2012. He was Archdeacon of Leicester until his installation as Dean of Chester on 8 September 2018.

    The Very Reverend Dr Stratford is a member of the Education Committee.

    Madeleine Troy

    Madeleine grew up in Chester and attended The Queen’s School. Prior to reading History at University College London, Madeleine took a gap year, and fulfilled a childhood dream of qualifying as a ski instructor in Mammoth, California.

    Madeleine then went on to study for a masters degree in Real Estate at The University of Reading, and subsequently qualified as a chartered surveyor in London. She has spent most of her career working client-side, in the food retail industry.

    She has recently returned to live in Chester and currently heads up the estates function across UK & Ireland for a global sweet treat brand.

    In her spare time, Madeleine is an avid cook, likes to travel, spend time in the countryside and attend classic car events.

    Madeleine is a member of the Finance & General Purpose Committee and the Risk and Compliance Committee.

  • Senior School Pastoral Team
    Deputy Head Pastoral
    Mrs Claire Sumner
    Assistant Headteacher Pastoral
    Mr Stephen Prest
    Head of Removes
    E Sherriff
    Deputy Head of Removes Year
    M Bircham
    Senior Tutor
    Head of Bradbury House
    Mrs A McNabb BA
    Head of Dutton House
    V Latifa BMus
    Head of Fox House
    Mrs K J Jones BA
    Head of Gladstone House
    Miss D Roberts
    Mrs R Webb BA (Maternity leave)
    Head of Grosvenor House
    J A D Blackham BA
    Head of Lester-Smith House
    Ms L Black BA
    Head of Walsh House
    Mrs R Aldridge
    Head of Werburgh House
    Mr M Boyd BA
    Head of Sixth Form
    Mr Josh Carter MA
    Assistant Head of Sixth Form
    Mrs A L Hollingworth BA
    Deputy Head of Sixth Form
    Mr Lee Parkes BSc MSc
  • Senior School Academic Team
    Deputy Head Academic
    J Millard BA
    Director of Studies
    A Dewbery MA
    Faculty Head of Language and Humanities
    (English, Classics, Modern Foreign Languages & History)

    S Neal BA
    Faculty Head of Science
    (Biology, Chemistry, Physics & Computer Science)

    H C Faulkner (Dr) BSc PhD
    Faculty Head of Creative Arts & PE
    (Art & Design, Drama, DT, Music & PE)

    S Downey BA
    Faculty Head of Social Sciences &

    (Maths, Economics & Business, Geography, Philosophy & Theology)

    J E Rutberg MA
    Art and Design

    * S Downey BA
    L Black BA
    A L Hollingworth BA

    * H C Faulkner (Dr) BSc PhD

    J A Dunn MSc
    L A Parkes BSc MSc
    O Wilkinson

    * A Cook (Dr) BSc PhD
    C A Gleave (Dr) BSc PhD
    J R Macnab BSc PhD
    K L Russon BSc
    S Wharton

    * K Birch
    C Collier
    Design Technology

    * R J Curtis BSc
    L Black BA
    S Champion BA
    N Corrigan

    * C Howdon BA
    J Williams BA
    R Hamer

    Economics & Business

    * S D Walton BA MSc

    C Rule BA
    M Harris BA
    R Hillier BA MSc
    R Conroy BA

    * R J Aldridge BA MBA
    P McKeown BA MA
    M A Boyd BA
    C Tomkins BA
    E Sherriff BA
    C Ditchburn BA MA MEd
    E Howard BA
    C Collier

    * M J Prestshaw BSc Med MRes
    R H Aldridge BA -
    J A D Blackham BA
    A McNabb BA
    History and Politics

    * P G Neal BA
    Dr R J M Hensman BA MA PhD
    J P Carter MA
    G K Chadwick BA
    S Neal BA
    Computer Science

    *O Hall BA
    E E Simpson BA MBA
    A J P Dewbery MA
    A Phoenix Holland

    *C N Ranson BSc
    H E Sugarman MMath (Dep. Head of Maths)
    A J P Dewbery MA
    S D Bibby BSc
    D Gibbon
    S J J Christie MA MEng
    S E Cooper BSc
    A Ignata BSc
    C Plass BSc
    D A Roberts BSc
    Physical Education

    *R Lunn BEd (Director of Sport)
    K J Jones BA (Assistant Director of Sport)
    R I D Hornby BA
    A Davies (Director of Football)
    T Cox (Director of Netball)
    M Baker BSc
    (Director of Cricket)
    E Halstead BA (Head of Academic PE)
    S Egerton BA (Director of Hockey)
    C Massey BA
    Modern Languages

    *L McCutcheon MA MEd
    M R Hartley BA
    R L Webb BA
    M Rowley Williams BA MEd
    M Bircham BA
    C Irvine BA
    E Higgins
    D Ortiz (Spanish)
    S Scheibe (German Assistant)
    M Clavere (French Assistant)

    *D Whitfield BMus, MA, DipABRSM (Director of Music)
    V L S Latifa BMus (Voice)
    J E Millard BA
    M Lansom BSc (Head of Strings)
    D Ortiz BMus (Head of Brass)
    K Banerjee BMus (Piano) DPS (Head of Keyboard)
    T Evans BMus, MMus, LRSM (Head of Woodwind)

    Music Peripatetic Staff

    W Armstrong BA PGRNCM (Oboe and Bassoon)
    B Conway BMus, MPerf, LRSM (Piano)
    B Darlington BA, MA, PhD, AFHEA (Guitar)
    S J Hall BSc (Bass Guitar)
    L Love BA (Voice)
    S Marrs FTCL (Voice)
    N Middleton BA, PGCE (Drums and Percussion)
    R Mulholland LRAM, ARCM, Prof Cert RAM (Cello)
    M Reynolds BA DipABRSM (Piano & Keyboard)
    T Sadczuk MA (Woodwind: Clarinet, Saxophone & Flute)
    T Wyss ARCM LRAM LTCL (Brass)


    * S Bosworth MA DPhil FRAS
    N Heritage MSc PhD MInstP CPhys
    H M Davies BSc MSc
    B Horne BSc
    K Scutter BSc
    Philosophy and Theology

    * J R Rees BA MA
    M S Lee MA
    J E Rutberg MA
    Personal & Social Education

    * M S Lee MA
    Learning Support

    *S L Glass BA (Director of Learning Support)
    K Gilmartin QTLS
    N Cottle BEd
    P Rae
    E Hennahane

    * R I D Hornby BA
    G Bramham BSC

  • Sixth Form Team
    Head of Sixth Form
    J P Carter MA
    Deputy Head of Sixth Form
    A L Hollingworth BA
    Deputy Head of Sixth Form
    L Parkes BSc MSc
    Head of Sixth Form Enrichment
    M D Bircham BA
  • Junior School Team
    Head of Junior School

    M Ainsworth LLB Hons

    Director of Studies

    T W Griffin BA
    Deputy Head of Junior School

    A Griffiths BA
    Junior School Teachers

    J Anderson BA CertEd
    J Benson BA
    H J Duncalf BEd
    K A Hollingworth BEd
    N C M Moffatt BA
    M D O'Leary BA
    D O'Neil BSc
    S Ley BA
    H Fountain BA

    Higher Level Teaching Assistants

    R Davies BA
    A Mathieson BSc
    C Willis BA
    H Gifford
    N Chapman BA

    S Parker BEd
    D L Grove BA
    K A Savage BA
    J N Spellman BEd
    N J Stevens BMus
    N M Tomlinson BA
    J Davies BA
    J Melville BEd
  • Infant School Team
    Head of Infant School

    M Ainsworth LLB Hons
    Deputy Head

    H Gardiner BA MA
    Director of Studies

    L Morrice Evans BA

    A Stevenson BEd
    K Williams BEd
    J M L Hartley-Richards BA
    T Blakemore BA Ed
    L Morrice Evans BA
    Teaching Assistants

    S Talbot
    A Nichols LLB
    E Takacs
    J Harding
    J Gardiner
    G Hammond
  • Support Staff
    Headmaster's office
    Headmaster's PA
    PA to Deputy Head (Operations)
    PA to Deputy Head Academic & Deputy Head Pastoral
    K E Paul
    R Jones
    N Davis BA
    Finance Office
    PA to the Finance & Operations Team
    Financial Controller
    Assistant Financial Controller and Payroll Officer
    Fees Officer
    Finance Assistant
    H Jordan
    S Davis
    A Taylor BA MAAT
    E K Mulholland BSc
    T Chapman
    S Ferrara
    Marketing, Admissions and Communications
    Director of Marketing, Communications & Partnerships
    Admissions Manager
    Admissions Officer

    Marketing and Digital Communications Manager

    Reception Manager
    Receptionist - Senior
    Receptionist - Junior

    Receptionist - Infant
    Receptionist - Sports Centre
    S O'Donnell
    E R Sears BA
    G Whittlestone LLB

    C Steele BA

    A Greatorex
    K Cusato
    S Brander
    D Jones
    L Owen
    Development Officer

    Alumni Relations Coordinator
    G Carvell

    G Whittlestone LLB
    HR and Administration
    Director of Human Resources

    Human Resources Coordinator
    Safer Recruitment Officer

    Trip Co-ordinator
    Music Secretary
    Drama Administrator
    A H Millard MCIPD

    A Beaumont BSc, Assoc. CIPD
    H Hughes BA MCIPD

    E Brown
    K Pudney
    J Flaherty
    Estates Management
    Head of Estates
    Facilities Supervisor
    Facilities Operators

    Catering Manager
    Venue Manager
    Housekeeping Manager

    Facilities Supervisor (Grounds)
    Facilities Operator (Grounds)

    Facilities Supervisor (Housekeeping)


    Minibus Driver
    J Roberts MCIOB
    M Walsh
    A Gartry
    A Giernalczyk
    P Parry
    R Profit

    M Ferguson
    T D Elliott
    J O Szczygiel

    N Smith
    J Blaxall
    D Ward

    J Szczygiel
    A Quilliam
    J Oliver
    G Moore
    J Mcloughlin
    J Ramirez
    S Williams
    C Chalmers
    V Edwards
    J Szczygiel
    H Dutton
    W Matta
    C Guest
    M Nattrass
    G Bennett

    J Weston
    Head Librarian
    Assistant Librarians
    Junior School Librarian
    J Brooks
    K Melville BA
    J Holladay
    R Davies
    School Nurse and Larks & Owls Club
    School Nurse
    Mental Health and Wellbeing Nurse

    Larks & Owls Club Manager

    Assistant Playworkers
    Laura Jones
    Jessica Bridgwater

    S McClure / B Rath

    D Ellis
    R Hughes
    S Waterworth
    M Earlam
    H Tanveer
    S Davies
    M Plowman
    M Stanbridge
    K Nemeth
    E Whiteway
    Technical Support
    Director of ICT
    IT Service Manager
    IT Apprentice
    Theatre Technicians

    Exam Officer
    Data Manager

    DT and Art Technician

    Science Technicians

    Reprographic Technician
    J Warne BSc MCSA
    J S Beasley
    J Rudd
    R Van Embden

    A Crossley
    S Heys

    K Dewbery MA

    V Lee
    S E Yates
    L Hao
    J Arnold
    E Canty
    C Forrester BSc

    N E Todd

    Junior School
    PA to the Head of Willow Lodge and King's Juniors

    Classroom/Lunchtime Assistants

    Sports Coach
    J Kelly

    B Rath
    H Tanveer
    N Bennion
    J Davies
    C Shyne

    P Bartlett BS
    Contingent Commander, CCF
    CCF School Staff Instructor
    Duke of Edinburgh Award Co-ordinator
    Educational Visits Co-ordinator
    Director of Rowing
    Boathouse Manager
    M S Lee (MAJ) MA
    D A Brown
    D A Brown
    R I D Hornby BA
    J A D Blackham BA
    R Cox
    J R Blackwell
    Sports Coaches

    Assistant Director of Rowing
    Head Coach - Rowing

    Rowing Coaches
    C Ashcroft
    D Ortiz

    J Gray BSc, MSc, PGCE
    M Jump

    Dr H Gillies
    M James (MAJ)
    S Levitt
    V Edwards
    P Turner
    G Powell