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16/07/18

Wishing our team all the best for their 4 week long expedition to Cambodia with https://t.co/NXiJhZOTUG

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1018750383240425472

16/07/18

Retweetd From HamptonCCF

Thank you to our Hampton High Cadets for coming in to move out the stores and to model our new RAF and Army section t-shirts. https://t.co/OuAtS3D6wk

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1017384302781390855

12/07/18

Here are some of the top tips for writing from Year 8 students from schools across the borough from Battle of the Books. https://t.co/ovfRTh9ftf

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1017372659712131072

12/07/18

We are pleased to announce our new Head Boy and Head Girl are Tom Park and Jess Rowe, ably supported by Deputy Head Boy, Loic Wood, and Deputy Head Girl, Abi Fisher. Congratulations! https://t.co/R2LS1KHCrU

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1017365714997534721

12/07/18

students would like to thank who gave a wonderful interactive talk at Battle of the Books run by https://t.co/gm3Xd2jjHt

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1017364916548853761

12/07/18

Year 8 students attend Battle of the Books run by . Unfortunately we did not win but we had a great time taking part! https://t.co/pi4SPoKl5E

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1017361320491003904

12/07/18

26 students set off on their Bronze assessment weekend to . https://t.co/0XbeC3ZDex

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1016974299859693568

11/07/18

Excellent team work from our Year 8's as they create a mosaic for the school in the style of artist https://t.co/Jinyn8gpvG

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1016968648450301952

11/07/18

whole school participation in our school sports day. Results will be announced next week! https://t.co/7CfEzcMlEX

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1016968450999283712

11/07/18

whole school participation in our school sports day. Results will be announced next week! https://t.co/DbiGwJ7Yx7

10/07/18

Retweetd From Clare Barclay

It was an amazing day - thanks for having me. Look forward the ideas these talented students will have...

10/07/18

Retweetd From Clare Barclay

Well done team 'Ooga Booga' - it was a privilege to be part of your conference and I was inspired by the ideas # Microsoft UK

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1016655187249975297

10/07/18

inclusive sports day - Fifa, Cube and board games. https://t.co/HueUEdYuSA

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1016654943686746112

10/07/18

inclusive sports day - bounce pong and cup stacking. https://t.co/fbcJ6whDRQ

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1016654689000153089

10/07/18

inclusive sports day - dodge ball in the sports hall! https://t.co/syxMTPhB8i

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1016654542950273025

10/07/18

inclusive sports day - circuit training in the Theatre! https://t.co/rax8k2eTA8

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1016654100887429121

10/07/18

inclusive sports day - table tennis in the dance studio! https://t.co/1yCuzLSCcb

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1016653682824417282

10/07/18

inclusive sports day - waiting to go in to the auditorium for a quiz! https://t.co/3Jp9fkH92f

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1016632262736138241

10/07/18

inclusive sports day - Tag Rugby on the astro! https://t.co/CdQWz02YY0

http://www.twitter.com/hampton_high/status/1016631960754708480

10/07/18

inclusive sports day - Football and End Zone being played on the astro! https://t.co/8poMXOV0No

The Richmond West Schools Trust  

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From September 2016, Hampton High and Twickenham School joined The Richmond West Schools Trust. This is a local multi-academy trust established in order to provide new governance for Hampton High and Twickenham School.  The vision of the trust is that all schools are good or outstanding by 2020.
 
The trust brings together local schools in order to ensure high standards of education and a focus on Teaching, Learning and Leadership for the local community shared by these schools.  The trust provides the systems and structures needed to ensure the success of all of the schools, current member schools are Hampton High and Twickenham School. These school are supported by other local schools including Waldegrave. 
 
Each member  school in the trust has its own distinct identity and ethos. They each have their own vision, values and mission statements. They are united in a common belief in the strength of community education and the desire to ensure the entire community has access to the same high standards of education in the individual settings of each school.  Working collaboratively has resulted in improvement in every area of education for students attending Hampton High and Twickenham School. Trustees are delighted in the progress that the schools have made so far under the leadership of Assal Ruse at Twickenham School and Rebecca Poole at Hampton High, and are confident that both schools will continue to go from strength to strength.
 
The governance structure of RWST comprises the Board of Trustees and a Local Governing Body for each of the schools in the trust. More information can be found on the RWST website (www.rwst.co.uk)
 
The Richmond West Schools Trust (RWST) is a Private Limited Company, it is a not-for-profit charitable organisation with Business Classification of "General Secondary Education".
 

Contact

Richmond West Schools Trust
Fifth Cross Road
Twickenham
Middlesex
TW2 5LH

Telephone: 020 8894 3244 
Fax: 020 8893 3670
E-mail Address: clerktogovernors@hamptonhigh.org.uk 

RWST Biographies - Trustees

Bev BELL: Member

Bev Bell was educated at Oxted Grammar School and later gained a B.Ed (Hons) at Marjons, Exeter University - 1978.

Training as a PE/Science teacher, Bev has taught in Colchester, Plymouth and Greenford.

Bev later studied at Brunel University to gain an MA – (Ed Man) and the Institute of Education (Univ. of London) to gain an NPQH. 

She has held educational management and leadership roles at Heston CS and Hampton CC.  She held headships at JKGTC and Crest Academies – (Brent) and Executive Headship roles at the Basildon Academies (Essex). 

She is an educational consultant and Director of Premiere Learning and currently coaches and supports new head teachers, deputies and heads of departments.

Bev has been a Governor at Teddington School since October 2014, and has chaired both the Resources and Achievement & Teaching Committees, each for one year.

Julian GRAVATT: Member

Julian Gravatt has been a parent governor at Teddington School where his two children are pupils.  He was previously a parent governor at St Mary’s and St Peter’s School and was briefly a member of the LB Richmond School Forum.

Julian works at the Association of Colleges in London which is the national organisation for further education and sixth form college England and where he is one of two Deputy Chief Executives. His day to day work involves leadership and management of AoC’s national policy team, representing colleges to government and personal responsibility for finance, funding, regulation and pensions issues.  

Julian has a degree in history, started his career at the National Audit Office and has worked in the college sector since 1992 first as Registrar of Lewisham College in South London, then as Finance Director of the City Lit and more recently at AoC.

Jenn JOHNSON: Trustee

Jen is a qualified barrister with experience in strategy development as both a consultant and at two different FTSE 100 companies.  

Jenn is the Chair of governors at Teddington School as well as Chair of the RWST Board of Trustees.

Adele KIMBER: Trustee

Adele is a trustee of RWST and the Chair of Board’s Resources Committee.

Adele has been a community governor of Teddington School since October 2013, acting as Chair of the Students Committee from September 2014 to 2016, overseeing issues such as student welfare, behaviour, safeguarding and admissions, and is currently Chair of the Resources Committee which covers finance, HR and facilities issues.

By profession, Adele is an editor and communications specialist and has run business magazines and websites for several leading UK publishing companies and more recently her own publishing and communications consultancy.  

Adele is also a trustee and operations director of The Elifar Foundation, a charity which works to support children and young adults with disabilities.

Jo MERRITT: Trustee

Jo has been a governor for nine years and is currently Chair of Governors at Stanley Primary School in Teddington.

She has successfully completed the National College, “Chair of Governors National Leadership Development Programme”. 

Jo is a member and Chair of Richmond Admission Appeal panels, Richmond Independent Review Panel and a member of Richmond Schools’ Forum. 

As a parent governor at Stanley, Jo was part of the original working group to enable expansion and amalgamation of the infant and junior schools.

Jo’s children now attend a local secondary community school. 

Phillipa NUNN: Executive Headteacher

Phillipa has been Headteacher of Waldegrave School since 2006 and, previously, The Holt School in Berkshire.  

Phillipa was appointed National Leader of Education in 2011. BSc hons UCL, MA, PGCE and NPQH.

Charis PENFOLD: Trustee

Charis worked in primary education for 22 years before joining the Local Authority (London Borough of Richmond) in 2007.  She has taught across the primary age range, was a deputy headteacher in two schools, an acting headteacher and finally a primary headteacher in Kingston for seven years.

Her initial role as Associate Director for Early Help in Achieving for Children gave opportunities to work with protection and early help services creatively and innovatively to enhance partnership working.  Projects included oversight of Educational Inclusion, Children Missing Education procedure, children’s centres and outcomes across the early years.

In 2015 Charis was appointed as Director of Education Services and returned to her education roots working more closely with schools across Kingston and Richmond. She oversees the quality of provision, standards and outcomes across all phases, including early years and 14-19, admissions, governance and school place planning.

Fran PERROW: Member

Fran has been a community governor at Waldegrave School since 2012 and
Chair of the Children, Communities and Families sub-committee for the past three
years.   She is the designated governor for Safeguarding and Child Protection, Looked-After Children and the named governor for the School Governors' Discipline Committee.   In addition, Fran has responsibility for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).

Fran has worked in young people's health at government level and has lectured and run training worldwide.  She has also worked for the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust and carried out audits in Academies around the country.

Fran currently works with groups of vulnerable young people and on adolescent health at the Royal College of GPs.

She has previously been a business mentor and PTA Chair at Waldegrave School.

Tracy ROYLE: Member

Tracy Royle is a mother of three girls, two of which are Waldegrave School students, in Years 7 and 9. The third is in Year 3 at a local primary school.

Tracy has been a governor at Waldegrave School for two years, working on the CFC sub-committee.  She has helped on PTA committees throughout her children’s education. 

Andrew TANNER: Trustee

Andrew became a governor of Waldegrave School in 2011.  He assisted as the school moved to academy status and as it introduced a sixth form provision.  He is supporting the school in its management of an ever tightening budget. 

Andrew brings to the RWST his experience from working in the finance and banking sector where he has been employed for the last 20 years.  His role requires project management, financial management and people skills as he implements changes in an environment of continuous improvement across a broad array of departments.

Helen WALLACE: Trustee

Helen has been a governor at Waldegrave School since February 2005, as a parent governor and then a community governor.

Helen has chaired the Curriculum and Achievement sub-committee since September 2014 and was a member of the Finance sub-committee.

Helen spent 25 years in the Human Resource profession in a range of managerial and consultancy roles.  Initially with Marks and Spencer, then subsequently managing a HR consultancy business, she supported a range of businesses by facilitating practical solutions to complex personnel issues.

Helen now supports her local community by performing a range of voluntary roles focused on children.  

Andrew WHITEHEAD: Member

Andrew has lived in Hampton for almost 30 years and is married and a grown-up daughter now living in Teddington.

He is a qualified accountant (FCCA) and has served as a governor for seven years, first at Carlisle Infant School and then at the Carlisle & Hampton Hill Federation, and for much of that time he chaired the Finance Committees.

His work background includes managing Corporate Finance and Corporate IT roles within a multi-national pharmaceutical company and so he is xperienced in the long-term planning, budgeting, reporting and risk-management tasks that the RWST is required to undertake.

John WILKINSON: Executive Headteacher

John Wilkinson is Executive Headteacher of Teddington School and Chief Executive Officer of RWST.  

John has been a headteacher since 2009 when he was appointed as Headteacher of The Elmgreen School in Lambeth, two years after it was founded as the first Parent Promoted school in England.

John has held a variety of teaching and senior leadership roles in schools in Surrey and Central London since 1995. He has had experience of mentoring new headteachers and advising on school improvement in a number of schools.  

John lives in Whitton with his wife and family.

Andrea ARBITER: Clerk to the Board & Local Governing Bodies

Andrea has been a Clerk to a number of governing bodies of Richmond schools over the past seven years, supporting governors in their contributions to school improvement.

The role of the Clerk to the Trustees and Governors is to circulate papers, minutes and cascade other information on training or any other matter relevant to the board and to manage governance in such a way as to support strategic development.

RWST Committee Meeting Dates

Trust Board - Tuesday 12 September 9.30am

RWST Strategy Session - Saturday 23 September 10.00am 

School Achievement Committee -  Tuesday 28 November 9.30am 

Resources Committee - Tuesday 5 December 7.00pm

Trust Board - Tuesday 12 December 9.30am

School Achievement Committee -  Tuesday 6 March 9.30am 

Resources Committee - Tuesday 13 March 7.00pm

Trust Board - Tuesday 20 March 9.30am

School Achievement Committee -  Tuesday 26 June 9.30am 

Resources Committee - Tuesday 3 July 7.00pm

Trust Board - Tuesday 10 July 9.30am