Mr J Christensen

By | September 1st, 2017|Staff|

Department: History Mr Christensen was born in Ballarat (a Koorie word which means 'meeting place') in Victoria, Australia. It is famous for two reasons; the first being something of a Mecca for gold prospectors in the 1850s, and the second, a notoriety for staging the infamous Eureka Stockade rebellion of 1854. He completed an Arts degree [...]

Mr R Dooley

By | August 17th, 2017|Staff|

Department: Chemistry and Physics Mr Dooley grew up in the local area and initially trained as a material scientist at Sheffield University before training to be a teacher a few years later. He has taught Physics and Chemistry from Key Stage 2 to Higher National Diploma level, has a detailed subject knowledge and a passion [...]

Mrs M Eaton

By | June 1st, 2017|Staff|

Department: Mathematics Mrs Eaton was born in Wirral and now lives close to school in Hoylake. She attended Upton Convent (now Upton Hall School) until the age of 15, when she left to complete her 'A' levels at Rendcomb College, Gloucestershire. She then returned to the northwest to study law at Liverpool University, and qualified [...]

Mrs C Gelder

By | May 1st, 2017|Staff|

Department: French Originally from Chester, Mrs Gelder completed a French and Textile Marketing Degree at Huddersfield University. This gave her the opportunity to work for a large textile company in France for a year and become a fluent French speaker. Following graduation, she worked in Bradford in sales and training roles. This led her to [...]