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Appointed as Principal in 2016
Prior to becoming Principal at H6FC Russ worked across all sectors of post 16 education. He has enjoyed consultancy and interim work including a period at Barnet Southgate College, Cornwall College, and he has also worked at the outstanding Renshaw College. He has the skill which enables him to be best deployed for learners. He has delivered outstanding outcomes for individuals and teams in each institution, and has worked in sports at a national level. Russ is also Chair of LAB of the Octagon Trust and Member of Haringey STEM commission
He has significant experience as the chair of a governing body.
Chairs Committee Members
Dave was born, grew up and educated in and around North and East London. He has worked for several multi nationals during his career including General Electric (USA) as their Operations Finance Leader for the Lighting Division across EMEA as well as a director of their UK lighting businesses until moving into semi-retirement in 2015.
Since then, he has been working part time as a director and consultant to several companies while serving on the board of several not for profit organisations, including The College of N.E. London and Enterprise Enfield.
Vice Chair of Governors
Tim joined Haringey Sixth Form’s governing body in 2010. Though this was his first time as a school governor, served as a Haringey-based youth media charity, for many years. Tim lives in Haringey and is a senior manager at the Bank of England. He has worked in a number of roles, as an economist, in operations, regulation and as head of finance. He brings strategic, finance and risk management skills to the work of governors/trustees and chairs the Finance, Audit & General Purposes Committee. Tim is vice-chair of governors and has served as trustee.
Also member of PIAP Monitoring Group
Curriculum & Standards
Also member of PIAP
Greg is a social entrepreneur based in Haringey who is passionate about youth voice and democracy. He co-founded and runs a charity called Smart School Councils that works with schools across the UK, and a social enterprise consultancy called Involver.
Glenn advises digital and creative businesses on new entrant recruitment and training. He has previously managed vocational education and employment programmes with Urban Futures in Haringey, North London Training and Enterprise Council, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and for London’s entertainment media industries. He also serves on the Government’s Equality and Diversity Advisory Group on Apprenticeships.
Ros worked in Secondary Education in Barnet for over 25 years, teaching English, IT and Business Education. She was also Head of Careers, School/Industry Links and Work Experience Co-ordinator and developed tutorial schemes of work to deliver training to tutors of Year 12 and 13 students, to prepare students wishing to consider university and or work and training at Post 18.
Ros' Careers and varied teaching experiences included three years running Enterprise events, European Work Experience and obtaining funding to buy a mobile workshop and employ a trainer to run engineering and construction courses across three London Boroughs. This encouraged her to become a Governor so that she could utilise her experiences to continue supporting students at Post 16.
Ros continues to work as an Education/Careers Consultant for several schools and also delivers an Ofsted acknowledged Literacy programme that teaches students to develop a wider range of more complex vocabulary required, as part of the techniques to obtain higher grades in examinations.
Jane spent her early childhood growing up in the far reaches of Australia/Africa. From the age of ten she lived, went to school and graduated as a secondary school teacher in the West Country before marrying in 1979 and moving to London. Having taught for 30 years, mainly as a SEN teacher, within the boroughs of Camden and Haringey, she retired from teaching in 2010 before taking a part-time admin job at H6FC.
She has a family of 5 and likes nothing better than to spend time with her grandchildren, baking, gardening or crafting.
Also member of PIAP