As part of our commitment to nurturing character in children, we have created an Advisory Board to help us develop and continually refine our character education offering. The team blends a huge amount of educational experience with small business acumen and we are delighted to have their support.
Jane has a wealth of experience within education and a passion for developing soft skills in children.
Jane took up the Headship of Wimbledon High School in Sept 2014, having previously been Deputy Head at Wellington College playing a key role in its Senior Leadership Team and working to increase the profile of girls in the recently co-educational school.
Jane is an English graduate from the University of Bristol. She juggles a busy home life (a husband, two children, a cat!) with her career and believes profoundly that all things are possible with a little careful planning and a lot of determination. She is passionate about using the wonderful opportunities available both in and out of the classroom to develop confidence, courage and self-belief in students: “Young people will lead if they are leading in an area they really care about – so find the passion and you’ll find the leader…”.
Robin Dyer, the Second Master at Wellington College, has a huge amount of experience both in the classroom and on the sports field.
Robin was a Housemaster at Wellington from 1990 to 2002 and has been Second Master since 2002. As ‘number two’ to three Headmasters Robin has been a central figure as Wellington has become one of the world’s most prestigious and successful schools.
Robin’s leadership has been broad ranging but his influence has been central to the successful move to co-education, the development of a high quality teaching staff, the realising of the international ambitions of the College with the opening of Wellington College International Tianjin and its sister schools in Shanghai and the ground-breaking partnership with the Wellington College Academy.