As a graduate from Loughborough University, Jamie commenced his teaching career in Oxted School in 2001. He quickly progressed his career as Deputy Head of House, Head of Boys’ Physical Education and Head of Year, before moving into Senior Leadership in 2012.
As an Assistant Head teacher across multiple schools, Jamie has successfully led whole-school student well-being, Pupil Premium strategies to support disadvantaged children, pastoral care and raising achievement, helping to secure significantly improved outcomes in these schools.
As Deputy Headteacher responsible for raising standards and curriculum, including the leadership of these aspects across a Multi-Academy Trust, Jamie introduced and implemented new assessment procedures across two boroughs, and re-designed curriculum models in light of new national benchmarks. Again, he guided all schools to significantly improved outcomes.
With vast in-school experience, and an unwavering passion to enhance pedagogical understanding, teaching, learning, and the educational experience of all children, Jamie became a lecturer at St. Mary’s University in 2020. He strives to share his experience and insight of secondary education, to inspire and develop our next generation of teachers.
Areas of Interest:
- Creative and Innovative Pedagogy
- Leadership, Innovation and Change in schools
- Raising Achievement
- Curriculum Design – intent, implementation and monitoring impact
- Effective strategies to maximise behaviour for learning