Lead Subject Mentor for Modern Foreign Languages
Zena began her teaching career as a teacher of Modern Foreign Languages at Mayflower High School in 1998. Whilst teaching French and Spanish at Mayflower High School she also held a pastoral post of Assistant Head of Year and Second in Department as well as head of French. Zena also mentored a number of trainee teachers and Newly Qualified Teachers during this time.
Lead Subject Mentor for Mathematics
Stacey Dixon graduated from the University of East Anglia in 2008 and worked in banking for a year before deciding to embark upon a career in teaching in 2009.
Lead Subject Mentor for History
I have carried out a wide range of departmental and whole school responsibilities and initiatives, since qualifying as a teacher in 1998.
Lead Subject Mentor for Religious Education
Kim White graduated from the University of York in 2007 and began her teaching career in 2009. She currently teaches in the PER department at Notley High School, which won the Highly Commended award at the 2016 Essex Teaching Awards.