Elodie holds the National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH), provided by University College London (UCL). Elodie has 20 years of experience in school leadership including 5 years of headship. In her Senior Leadership posts, she has led on Strategic Planning, Teaching and Learning, Pastoral Care, Boarding, Timetabling, Cover, Careers, Co-Curriculum, Compliance, Safeguarding, Welfare, Admissions and Marketing, Staff Development, Human Resources, Operations and Finance.
Elodie obtained a degree in English Language and Literature at Université Jean Moulin in France, before completing her Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) at the University of Roehampton in the UK. Trained as a Languages Teacher, Elodie has extensive experience in leading residential trips abroad. Elodie has been an examiner, a moderator and a teacher trainer for various UK examination boards since 2003. Throughout her career, Elodie has worked in non-selective schools educating UK and international students with the UK National Curriculum, iGCSEs/GCSEs and A-Levels.
Elodie is a keen volunteer, currently sitting on the Board of Alliance Française and taking part in regular beach clean ups. Previously in the UK, she held the positions of Chair of Governors and Safeguarding Governor for primary and infant schools, Trustee for AEGIS (the Association for the Education and Guardianship of International Students) and Director for an Education Business Partnership.
Caroline was raised in London in the UK and spent 22 years teaching and leading in the borough of Hackney where she grew up. 16 of these years were in school leadership, 12 as a Headteacher and 5 as an Executive Headteacher leading two schools.
Growing up and working in the heart of inner city London means Caroline has gained vast experience of school improvement and school strategic leadership against a backdrop of the equality agenda and securing good outcomes for all pupils.
In her senior leadership posts Caroline has led on curriculum design, behaviour management and pastoral care, teaching and learning, school improvement and school strategic planning. As an Executive Headteacher, she gained considerable experience in school finance, Human Resources and managing organisational change.
A passion for ensuring creativity and arts are high on the agenda when delivering the primary curriculum stems from Caroline’s background in music in which she gained a degree from Sheffield University. She subsequently gained her PGCE from the University of East London and NPQH from the National College of School Leadership.
Caroline has sat on children’s safeguarding boards and been a governor for a local business enterprise group which introduces children to the world of work, which was also attached to a pupil referral unit which aimed to reintegrate vulnerable pupils into mainstream school.
Andrew has a Masters (M.Ed) in Inclusion and Special Educational Needs at the University of Birmingham (UK). Andrew has been working in education in the largest Local Authority in the UK for 15 years and has been a school leader for 10 years. Roles and responsibilities he has held include Designated Safeguarding Lead, Exams Officer, Transition Manager, Careers Lead, Duke of Edinburgh Manager, whole school CPD and whole school Teaching & Learning. Andrew is passionate about inclusion and supporting young people and staff to understand specific conditions and how they can be overcome.