Subject Practitioner Panel - Secondary

Below you’ll find details of the current secondary panel members, vacancies, and a link to our short application form.

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Secondary subject practitioners (KS3/4)

Our secondary focused panel is led by James Robinson, Senior Learning Manager for Pedagogy at the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Katie Vanderpere-Brown
Katie has been a Computer Science teacher for over 10 years and was formerly a head of subject. She currently works at Saffron Walden County High as an Assistant Headteacher leading a Computing Curriculum Hub. Katie has a passion for ensuring a high-quality computing education is available for all students. She shares her work at events and conferences as well as authoring content for courses and teaching material.
Katy Teague
Katy has been teaching Computer Science for the past 6 years at key stages 3-5. She is currently Head of Computer Science at Grey Court School in Richmond, London. Katy aims to digitally up-skill her students and colleagues, throughout her MAT, using Google Classroom as well as manage an engaging and exciting curriculum allowing all students to access Computer Science.
Claire Buckler
Claire is Director of Learning Commons at Devonport High school for Boys in Devon. This role focuses on the role out of digital skills to all students and staff and leading on their Google Reference School and edTech Demonstrator status. Claire also teaches Computer Science across KS3-KS5 and runs the maker space in school.
Dave Hartley
After a long career in the Software Engineering industry, and frustrated with increasing lack of young talent Dave decided to switch careers. In 2015 he started as a Computer Science teacher before moving into a Head of department role in a large 11-18 school. Dave is a Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, NCCE Facilitator and has set himself the mission of inspiring future engineers, particularly girls.
Peter Collins
James Cracknell
James trained as a science teacher in 1998 with a specialism in Biology. As an NQT, he taught Computer Science and ICT at GCSE and A-level. James is employed as a Computer Science teacher at a small rural Norfolk high school, delivering the new NCCE scheme of work through Google Classrooms. He also co-runs the local CAS group and supports other schools across his MAT.
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