SLE Profiles

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To find out more about our SLE’s experiences and areas of specialism please click on the SLEs name:

Name  School Name Phase  Designated Specialism
Michelle Clemons Gosford Park Primary Primary Early Years
Jenny Tegerdine Courthouse Green Primary School Primary Leadership Support including Teaching and Learning, Foundation Stage and Transition to Year 1
Rochelle Cocksworth Hearsall Primary School Primary Languages
Rebecca Dowler Whittle Academy Early Years Foundation Stage Early Years and EYFS Assessment
Jennie Spare Courthouse Green Primary Primary Leadership of Curriculum
Fiona Halliday-Moore Hill Farm Primary School Primary Leadership of Curriculum, English, ITT and NQT development, Behaviour & Discipline
Louise Reeves Courthouse Green Primary Primary Maths
Claire Jones Courthouse Green Primary Primary Special Educational Needs (SEN)
Clare Keightley Caludon Castle Cross Closing the Gap, English, Inclusion
Ann Dudgeon Caludon Castle Cross Leadership and Management
Ann Rayns Caludon Castle Cross Teaching and Learning, ITT and NQT development
Natalie Rock President Kennedy School Secondary Leadership of Curriculum, English
Mollie Potts President Kennedy School Secondary Leadership of Curriculum, English, Phonics
Rebecca Nelson Cardinal Newman Secondary English, Support for most able pupils
Zohra Dhanani President Kennedy School Secondary Maths, Leadership of Curriculum
Caroline Waring Caludon Castle Secondary Curriculum, Timetabling and Options
Sian Harris  Caludon Castle School Secondary Behaviour, Special Educational Needs (SEN)
Mark White  The Corley Centre Secondary SEN Special Educational Needs (SEN), Behaviour and Attendance
Matt Atkins North Leamington School Secondary Leadership of Curriculum, Maths
Louise Graham Caludon Castle School Secondary Leadership of Curriculum, History, Humanities
Ellie Ridler WMG Academy Secondary Behaviour and Safeguarding

Specialist Leaders of Education understand what outstanding leadership practice in their area of expertise looks like, and are skilled in helping other leaders to achieve it in their own context.

The Schools White Paper introduced the concept of the SLE role, which will help to improve the quality of school leadership through school to school support and peer to peer learning, ultimately raising standards and improving outcomes for children. This new designation recognises the important role that many senior and middle leaders play in supporting their peers to develop.

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