Subject Practitioner Panel - A-Level
Below you’ll find details of the current A-Level panel members, vacancies, and a link to our short application form.
A-Level subject practitioners
|Our A-Level focused panel is led by Diane Dowling, Learning Manager (Post 16) at the Raspberry Pi Foundation.|
Isabel teaches A-level Computer Science at Barton Peveril College in Hampshire. She is a huge advocate in promoting Computer Science and Engineering careers to young people. Outside of work she enjoys gaming, crafts, walks and climbing with her family and running her Girl Guiding unit.
Jo is currently the Subject Leader at The Howard of Effingham School, Surrey. She has been teaching for over 20 years and is passionate about all students having access to an inspirational and knowledgeable teacher. She continues to mentor fellow professionals in many aspects of Computer Science and IT.
Lee is the Digital Technology Lead at North East Futures UTC in Newcastle Upon Tyne. After moving into teaching from a technical / data background in education he has been teaching Computer Science from Years 1 to 13 for 12 years across the North East and the Middle East.
Martyn is the Head of Computer Science at Warwick School. Martyn is passionate about linking theory topics to programming and keen to supplement this with hardware activities whenever possible - hence the set of full-size traffic lights and pedestrian control box in the computing lab.
Pippa is the Head of Computer Science at Reigate Grammar School in Surrey. She is passionate about all things technological. She enjoys volunteering with Girlguiding UK, camping and most things outdoors involving water. When not at her computer or in/on water she can be found building a Lego model or two.
Ruth is Head of Computer Science and Quality Nominee at Brighton, Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College. She's been teaching, examining and moderating for 18 years and loves developing her students' passion for and enjoyment of the subject through their A Level and BTEC courses. Ruth loves the beach, playing tennis and being taught weird stuff by her 9 year old son!
Steve teaches Key Stage 5 Computer Science in London at a specialist digital college. He facilitates for the NCCE delivering their GCSE Accelerator courses. Steve also conducted content quality assurance for the Isaac Computer Science (ICS) platform.