(Chairman) was educated at Ampleforth and Oxford. He retired in 2018 as a partner in a large firm of commercial lawyers in the City of London. He remains as part time a Senior Consultant. He is also a trustee of an international charity delivering humanitarian aid with a focus on empowering women and girls. His four daughters attended St Catherine’s Prep School between 1985 and 2006. He chaired a parents’ committee that persuaded the Sisters of Mercy to reverse their decision to close the School in 1989/1990 and then served for some years on the Committee of FOSC.
The Chairman of Governors can be reached by writing to him c/o Ian Stewart, Bursar and Clerk to the Governors, St Catherine’s School, Cross Deep, Twickenham, TW1 4QJ. Alternatively he can be reached via the email address: email@example.com
Qualified as a chartered accountant with Touche Ross (now Deloitte) in 1975. Recently retired, he has spent over 30 years in senior finance roles in a range of small and medium size business including London Stock Exchange fully listed, AIM quoted and private equity backed companies. His two daughters attended St Catherine’s between 1983 and 2000 and he was Chairman of FOSC for four years.
Has retired after 40 years in the Metropolitan Police, having held many senior security and diplomatic protection roles, then Principal Security Officer at the Palace of Westminster, with experience in welfare and employment issues. His daughter is a former pupil of St Catherine’s.
Has been an inspector with the Independent Schools Inspectorate since 1996. He has retired from the Senior Management Team at Sherborne School for Girls, having fulfilled a wide range of roles in both Prep and Senior independent school, specialising in ICT and development planning.
Is the Headmaster of Barrowhills Prep School, a Catholic independent Prep School for girls and boys aged 2-13. He was formerly the Academic Deputy Head at Mayfield, an independent Catholic boarding and day school for girls, has been a Head of English and a Director of Studies and has a wealth of knowledge within the field of education.
Worked for fifteen years as a lawyer in dispute resolution for a major City solicitors practice. She is now a full-time mother with a passion for education and is keen to do what she can to support St Catherine’s.
Is a former bank manager and ACIB who was educated at St Catherine’s and then UCL, where she obtained a First Class Honours degree in Anthropology. She has more recently been a full-time mother and is keen to support her old school in any way she can.
Is a senior commercial HR generalist professional with diverse sector experience, including professional service practices, telecoms and property. She has worked with international workforces located in Asia, America, Canada, Central Europe and Scandinavia.
Sylvia has sales and marketing experience which combined with board level influencing and relationship skills also make her suitable for business development projects.
Sylvia read Modern history at Durham University, is a Fellow of Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and holds a post-graduate diploma in Marketing.
Is a partner with a real estate group in London that specialises in commercial investment, developments and joint ventures. He has extensive experience in the management and development of young lawyers. He is also involved on voluntary basis in mentoring teenagers and providing advice to young entrepreneurs.
She was educated at St Aloysius Convent Grammar School and the University of Madrid. She has held a number of senior positions related to the Skills for Life programme, assisting young people to develop skills and achieve their potential. She also works as a volunteer in ESOL (English for Speakers of Other languages) for the Adult Learning and Skills Service within various London Boroughs.