Meet the Teaching Team

Our Team

We are extremely proud of our committed team of well qualified and experienced staff at St George’s, ably led by Headmaster Mr Cormac Timothy.

To view a full list of teaching staff and Board members,  please click below. You can find out about our Little Dragons Nursery team by clicking here

Teaching Team

  • Cormac Timothy

    Headteacher

    Cormac Timothy Image

    Cormac Timothy

    Headteacher

    I joined St George's in September 2014 and have been a teacher for more than 25 years. I have taught in Ireland, Bermuda and London as well as Jersey. Prior to coming to St George's, I was Assistant Head teacher at Jersey College for Girls. During my time at JCG I had responsibility for the curriculum, external examinations, reporting and assessment, extra-curricular activities and was head of the science department.

    I joined St. George's originally as Deputy Headteacher, becoming Headteacher here in April 2017, also continuing to lead the science and maths departments. 

    It is my honour and privilege to lead this very special school, ably assisted by an exemplary Senior Leadership and Teaching Team who are at the forefront of the latest teaching practises and have proven to be committed and dedicated to the school, to supporting each other, and to providing the very best educational and pastoral experience to our pupils. We share a mission to ensure that every pupil here achieves their greatest, individual potential and we live by our key values; Kindness, Resilience, Achievement and Responsibility. 

    I am married to Tricia and have two children, Liam who goes to Mont l'Abbe school and Orla who is at JCG prep.  Liam is autistic with severe learning difficulties and as such I am a trustee on the board of Autism Jersey. I am also a qualified OfSTED Inspector.  

    I am very interested in all types of sports particularly Gaelic football, Soccer and Rugby. My interest in any sport, no matter how unusual, is heightened by the participation of Ireland and I am known to get quite animated whilst watching from my armchair!

  • Jacquetta Cole

    Form Tutor IIIC

    Jacquetta Cole

    Form Tutor IIIC

    I became a teacher after working in a range of child-centred settings, from play care to various roles within Education and the Children's Service. I gained a First Class Honours degree in Education Studies at the University of Plymouth, then went on to complete my PGCE at Bath Spa University.

    I completed my training in Jersey and worked in three local schools, teaching Reception and Year 3, before taking periods of time out to have a family. 

    During this time we took our young family to Northern Portugal for two years, where I worked part time, teaching in CLIP International School and The Oporto British School.

    Since returning to Jersey I have worked as a supply teacher to balance my family and work life, and I am now delighted to be part of this wonderful community here at St George's.

    In my free time I enjoy running, cycling, gardening and cliff walks. My greatest passions are skiing and snowboarding. I also enjoy playing the piano but since lockdown have discovered the joys of ukulele  playing – much easier and lots of fun!

  • Lisa Dingle

    Form Tutor Rec D

    Lisa Dingle

    Form Tutor Rec D

  • Lindsey Fidrmuc

    Deputy Head & Form Tutor VIF

    Lindsey Fidrmuc

    Deputy Head & Form Tutor VIF

    After leaving Jersey at the age of 18 I gained a BSc (Hons) in Geography from Leeds University. I then also went on to complete my PGCE. I then moved to the North East of England and started my first teaching post.

    I started at St George’s in 2011 and I have taught in Form II, Reception and now Form VI. I have been a member of the Senior Leadership Team since I joined the school in various different roles. I am now Deputy Head in charge of pastoral matters including mental health and wellbeing. I am also the Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead.

    I am a qualified first aider and a Basic Expedition Leader. I have also completed the Level 3 Forest School Leader course. I am keen to use the grounds at St. George's to both support and enhance the learning that goes on and to educate children about the importance of looking after the environment in which we work and play.

    During my spare time I sing in a local choir and I am a mum to two children who certainly keep me on my toes!

  • Claire Gibson

    Assistant Head Teacher, Modern Foreign Languages Teacher, Form Tutor VG

    Claire Gibson

    Assistant Head Teacher, Modern Foreign Languages Teacher, Form Tutor VG

    Following a decision to relocate to Jersey to 2014, I started at St George's as Modern Foreign Languages lead, taking over the English curriculum in 2016. At this point, I also joined the St George's Senior Leadership Team and became an Island Moderator.

    After studying Languages for Business at university and working with children with disabilities in Ecuador, I returned to London in 2002 where I joined a charity for children with physical disabilities. Following the completion of my PGCE in 2006, I spent the next eight years working as a class teacher and French specialist in South London. 

    Growing up, I lived in various parts of Africa and I travelled extensively after university. Sport has always been an important part of my life and I continue to run, swim and cycle as much as school and family life will allow. My family and I lead an active outdoor life and we are very grateful for the outdoor opportunities available​ in Jersey.

  • Emma Grove

    Form Tutor IG

    Emma Grove

    Form Tutor IG

    After graduating with a BA(Hons) Degree in Psychology and Media in 2004 from the University of Cape Town , I taught English in Taiwan for a year and then moved to London where I qualified as a teacher at the University of London. I have taught KS1 and 2 in London, Cape Town and, most recently, in Jersey.   

    I love to travel and taste the culinary delights of different countries. Whilst in Jersey, I enjoy outdoor adventures and spend my free-time, running, hiking the cliff paths, paddle boarding and swimming in the sea.

  • Emma Hall

    Form Tutor IH

    Emma Hall

    Form Tutor IH

    I studied for my 4 year teaching degree at King Alfred’s in Winchester where I also studied English to degree level. As part of my training, I earned a place on the Urban Learning Foundation and taught in East London Schools whilst living in Newham. After I qualified as a teacher, I taught in Surrey and gained experience teaching in both Year 1 and Year 2 classes. During this time, I ran a Gifted and Talented programme and was responsible for organising sports events for the school.

    Before moving to Jersey permanently, I took a year long break from teaching and travelled through Australia, New Zealand and America with my backpack! I was so lucky to have experienced so many new adventures during this time such as climbing a glacier and sky diving!

    I started teaching at St George’s after moving to Jersey. During my time here, I have taught in all year groups from Reception up to Form VI. I have also held the position of Literacy Coordinator. I taught history as a subject specialist in Forms V and VI for a number of years and hold the role of History Coordinator.

    As well as being a teacher and mother of two, I like to keep fit by running (very slowly!). ​

  • Lana Hamilton

    Form Tutor VIH

    Lana Hamilton

    Form Tutor VIH

    After graduating with a BA (hons) degree in English Literature from Cardiff University, I went on to gain my PGCE at the Westminster Institute of Education.  I completed my first year as a teacher in a Year 3/4 class in Oxfordshire before moving back to the island and beginning my life at St George's Prep. School.

    During my time at St George's, I have been a form teacher for Forms I, II and IV and am currently a Form VI teacher, as well as teaching English and humanities to Form V. I have thoroughly enjoyed being involved in the choreography and production of many of our school performances, as well as various performances of our school choir.  I am a member of the wellbeing team at St George’s and have attended many courses relating to this area.

    In my spare time, I love to sing, read, cook and exercise and I am the proud mother of a beautiful little girl.

  • Cath Jones

    Assistant Head Teacher, S.E.N.C.O, Art & DT Teacher

    Cath Jones

    Assistant Head Teacher, S.E.N.C.O, Art & DT Teacher

    I joined St. George’s in 1995, initially as a Form I teacher, before moving into Form II the following year. After the birth of my first son in 2000, I took on a part-time role teaching literacy, maths and Art in Key Stage 1. In 2003 my second son was born, and on returning to St. George’s I taught literacy in Key Stage 2 and became the SENCO.  I have always loved working with the children to create interesting and imaginative displays, so was thrilled when the post of Art co-ordinator became available in January 2013. In 2014, I was offered the opportunity of becoming the DT co-ordinator. In my spare time I enjoy knitting, sewing and cooking.  I particularly enjoy creating dishes using vegetables harvested from our allotment. My family and I enjoy holidays in France, and have recently achieved a long-held ambition of owning a VW campervan.

  • Evelyn Langlois

    Teacher

    Evelyn Langlois

    Teacher

    In sixth form, I volunteered to teach an afternoon a week at local primary schools which I thoroughly enjoyed.  Five years later, with my BSc(Hons) in Exploration Geophysics from UCL and a job lined up with Shell, my career awaited.  Fortunately for me, the UK oil industry took a dive and my job vanished with it.  At that point, I realised that teaching was what I really wanted to do, so after a few years working for various companies and travelling with my husband on his cruise ships, I returned to the University of London to complete a PGCE, specialising in Science.

     

    After teaching in London and West Sussex, we moved to Jersey where I taught at La Moye School for seven years, responsible for History, Geography, RE, Music and Art, rising to Acting Head by 1997.

     

    I left full-time teaching to look after my first of three, but continued with my private tuition from home, teaching Maths, English and Piano (to Grade 8). As my children attended La Moye, I continued supply teaching there, and after they left for JCG and VCJ, I expanded my teaching to many of the other island schools. 

     

    In my spare time I'm a Beaver Scout leader, which is why some children at St. George's know me as 'Kingfisher'! I also love reading, sewing, gardening, cooking, playing the piano and flute, and I have continued with my private tuition in primary and secondary Maths, English and Science. 

     

    I look back on my 30 years of teaching with gratitude that I found my vocation. Over the last few years, I have loved being part of the St. George's community as a supply teacher and am thrilled now to be on the staff and part of the team. 

     

     

     

  • Andrea Lathwell

    Science Teacher and Form Tutor IIIL

    Andrea Lathwell

    Science Teacher and Form Tutor IIIL

    I graduated with a B.Sc. (hons) degree in Tropical disease Biology from the University of Liverpool.  I spent the following eight years as a Cell Line Development & Molecular Biologist in the pharmaceutical industry as well as teaching Mad Scientist after-school clubs. It was through my contact with these clubs that I discovered my love of teaching.

    I began teaching at St George's in 2014 as a Modern Foreign Languages teacher having spent much of my adolescent years growing up in France.  I have a passion for languages and particularly enjoy Chinese and the history of its origins. I also feel a keen sense of responsibility to help educate the children here at St. George's about climate change and the positive impact we can have on our planet. 

    In my spare time I enjoy taking my dog for walks on the beach, quilting and enjoying time with my two daughters.

  • Debbie Manners

    Form Tutor Rec M

    Debbie Manners

    Form Tutor Rec M

    I joined St George’s three years ago having worked in teaching full time for nearly 20 years. I have a BA(Hons) Degree in Drama and English from Northampton at Nene University and took my PGCE at Liverpool Hope University. 

    I am a Reception Form Tutor and really enjoy teaching and supporting the children as they take their first steps in their journey here in the main school. 

    Out of school, I have two children who keep me on my toes. If I happen to have any spare time I like to run and sew. My best make to date is a dress and Christmas pyjamas for the children. 

  • Ruth McKimmon

    Form Tutor IIM

    Ruth McKimmon

    Form Tutor IIM

    I graduated from the University of Durham with a degree in Theology and followed this with a PGCE from the University of Cambridge. I worked as a graduate trainee for Barclays Bank PLC in London for a few years before I regained my senses and returned to teaching . 

    This was the best decision I have ever made, each day I leave school feeling I have made a difference to the children I have taught. It is an amazing feeling to meet up with past pupils and see their progress in life.

    My first post was at St Mary’s C of E school in Finchley , North London. I moved to Jersey to follow my husband and taught initially at Le Squez school. Shortly after this, I was offered a post at St George’s School. You can spot me in the school photographs up the staircase! I have been here ever since.( other than a five year stint in the Isle of Man) Both of my children attended St George’s and I have the accolade of being the longest serving full time teacher at St George’s. Hopefully I will see out my teaching years at  my favourite school.

  • Andrew Moon

    Form Tutor IVM

    Andrew Moon

    Form Tutor IVM

    I graduated Staffordshire University in 2000 with a BSc (Hons) in Sport Studies. Over the coming years, I worked across a variety of roles, mainly in Sports Development. In 2008 I was appointed as a Competition Manager for Newcastle under Lyme and Staffordshire Moorlands, a role devised to increase competitive opportunities for all young people in the run-up to the London 2012 Olympics.

    In 2011 I joined Newcastle under Lyme Junior School as a full-time teacher. I taught across the curriculum from Years 1 to 6 and was responsible for PE and Games. 

    In December 2015, I joined St Georges as a Form III teacher and have since taught across Form III to VI.  In September 2016 I joined the Senior Leadership Team and have undertaken a variety of roles including after-school clubs, timetabling, school diary and calendar and am currently the Designated Safeguarding Lead.

    I enjoy all sports, both playing, coaching and watching, and am ultra-competitive. I manage the St. Johns Football Club first team and try to still play when I can.

  • Natacha Morgan–Pasquali

    Swimming Coach

    Natacha Morgan–Pasquali

    Swimming Coach

    I have been working at St George's since September 1998.  I have a Bachelor of Education degree in P.E. and Art and Design and I studied at The College of St Mark and St John in Plymouth. 

    I am currently working at St George's as the swimming teacher (ASA Level 2).  I also teach P.E. and coach netball in the school.

    Over the years I have been a Form teacher for both Year 4 and Year 6 children.  Out of school I have worked as the Jersey Primary Schools' Secretary for 12 years, organising cross country and athletics events throughout the year.  I am a Level 2 qualified netball coach and I work with the Accies Youth Netball teams, coaching and umpiring.  I am also involved with Jersey Netball Development, delivering netball to primary school children.

    I am married and I have two young children who both attend St Georges.

  • Rachael Morris

    Deputy Head Teacher, Computing Teacher

    Rachael Morris

    Deputy Head Teacher, Computing Teacher

    Computing Coordinator, Maths Co-ordinator and Senior Leadership Team Member. 

    After being educated to the age of 18 in Jersey, I read Mathematical Sciences at the University of Bath. I then gained a PGCE in upper primary teaching from Rolle College, part of the University of Plymouth.

    After qualifying, I spent a short time teaching in Devon, before taking a post at an International School in Alicante in Spain.  I taught a mixed Nursery / Reception class there with children from all over Europe for nearly three years.

    On returning to Jersey, I taught in Key Stage 1 and 2 at Rouge Bouillon, before moving to St George's in 2001.  

    My interests include sport, particularly swimming and sailing.  I greatly enjoy all aspects of computing and am always looking for new coding software and websites to use with the children. I love reading a wide range of books and tend to have a pile set up for each holiday! I am very keen to support Jersey and it’s environment and am a member of the National Trust for Jersey and Jersey Zoo.

  • Laura Navarro-Lopez

    Modern Languages Teacher

    Laura Navarro-Lopez

    Modern Languages Teacher

    Growing up in Spain, living and breathing the Spanish traditions and culture, I developed a passion for languages, in particular French. I attended a bilingual school in Spain where lessons were taught in French, enabling me to become fluent. My education concluded with a Masters Degree in Innovation & Investigation of Preschool & Primary Education, with my thesis in emotional intelligence. I then came to Jersey, and began teaching in both private and state-run secondary and primary environments.

     

    As a teacher at St. George’s I currently teach a wide range of years and abilities, I love the students at the school and the high levels that we aim for every day. As an energetic and approachable teacher, I aim to create a supportive, enjoyable and safe environment in which students can also learn from each other.

  • Tabitha Orchard

    Teacher

    Tabitha Orchard

    Teacher

  • Jo Pallot

    Form Tutor IIP

    Jo Pallot

    Form Tutor IIP

    I graduated from University College of Winchester with a BA (hons) in Primary Education specialising in Advanced Early Years, I returned to Jersey to take up a teaching post at Rouge Bouillon before joining St George's in 2007 as a Reception teacher.  In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my two children and finding quiet moments to read.

  • Alex Pemberton

    Form Tutor VP and Head of PE

    Alex Pemberton

    Form Tutor VP and Head of PE

    I began my teaching career as a Year 5 class teacher at Plat Douet Primary School in 2008 following a PGCE at Chichester University.  My next teaching post was as a PE specialist on the Primary PE Team, which involved working in 5 different schools a week.  I would spend one day a week in each school, teaching PE to a variety of year groups.  

    In 2010 I joined St George's as a Form V teacher and as part of the PE Department. I have had experience as a form teacher to Forms 3, 5 and 6 and my role has adapted from my role as a class teacher to Head of the Sports Department. I am also a Form Teacher to Form V, teaching PE, Forest School and PSHE.

    My aim is to help to develop the best primary school sports department in Jersey. We aim to be competitive in all sports and competition as well as provided a fully inclusive learning environment. All children deserve sporting opportunities and to be given the best chance of reaching their physical potential. We work hard to develop the children’s fundamental movement skills to help provide the children with the best possible chance of leading a physically active lifestyle.

  • Hanna Sharp

    Form Tutor IIS

    Hanna Sharp

    Form Tutor IIS

    I studied Child Psychology at University of Winchester in 2015.  After finishing, I went straight into teaching at a specialist ABA school for individuals with low functioning Autism.  Here I worked on a 1:1 basis teaching daily  living skills to ensure all pupils were given the time and effort they required to succeed in life. During this time, I completed my ABA  qualification and my Masters in Special Education at Bangor University, specialising in dyslexia. 

    Upon my return to Jersey, I joined St.George's as a part-time teacher and gained my QTS with support from the wonderful teachers and have remained here ever since.  Having started as a student in Reception at St.George's many years ago, it is great to be able to be part of the teaching team that make the school so wonderful.

    When I am not teaching, I enjoy spending time outdoors and exploring our beautiful island! Swimming, cycling, surfing; you name it, I love it!  

  • Jenny Tieppo

    Assistant Head Teacher & Form Tutor IVT

    Jenny Tieppo

    Assistant Head Teacher & Form Tutor IVT

    I studied Education and Music at the University of Winchester and began my teaching career in Jersey.  After gaining further teaching experience in the UK and Australia, I returned to Jersey with my young family and started teaching at St George’s.  It has been 11 years since I joined St George’s and I am still very happy to be working in such a vibrant and thriving school.  

    I am currently a Form IV Tutor and Head of Music.  I teach music across the whole school from Little Dragon’s Blue up to Form VI.  I co-ordinate instrumental lessons for pupils and head up the various musical performances throughout the year such at the Christmas Nativities, the Eisteddfod and the Summer Concert. 

    During my spare time I love walking, swimming, spending time in the garden, being with my family and friends and, when time allows, I play the piano and ‘cello.

  • Jo Wrigley

    Assistant Head Teacher & Head of Early Years

    Jo Wrigley

    Assistant Head Teacher & Head of Early Years

    I have worked in Education for the last twenty years, teaching children in nursery to year 6.  I have also spent over half of my teaching experience in senior management positions starting from Head of Nursery to taking on responsibility for the whole school.  My specialism lies in the early years of a child's education but I also enjoy working with those above year3!  I spent eight years at home looking after my children once child number two was born.  I have eased myself back into the world of teaching by taking on supply and part time roles. I am now enjoying being back on a permanent basis and developing my skills in education further.  When I am not teaching I love to spend time with my family and my ever increasing pets!

  • Alexandra Le Monnier-Dorey

    Swimming Assistant

    Alexandra Le Monnier-Dorey

    Swimming Assistant

    I started working at St George's in September 2020. I have a BA Honours Degree in Art and Design and I studied at Hertfordshire University. I am currently working at St George's as a fully qualified Swimming Assistant. I also work as an Aqua Fitness Instructor at Aquasplash. 

    Up until recently I have worked as a childminder and I have a Diploma in Level 3 Childcare. I am married and I have two young children. Out of school I continue my hobbies, I enjoy Fine Art and playing bass guitar. 

  • Laura Moll

    Teaching Assistant

    Laura Moll

    Teaching Assistant

    Having grown up in Jersey, I have recently returned after completing a BEd (Hons) Primary Education with Qualified Teacher Status and Upper Second Class Honours at the University of Winchester. I have worked in various settings in Hampshire and Jersey with children aged 0-11. I have worked in schools, holiday and after school clubs and nurseries where I have been a key worker for toddler and pre-school aged children. Whilst at university I specialised in Early Years Education, but I have a strong interest in music having sang and played the flute in choirs and orchestras during school which I soon hope to revisit.

    In my free time I like to swim and have fun with water sports. I also like to see friends, go out for food, watch movies and complete jigsaw puzzles.

    I am thrilled to be a part of St George’s and I am looking forward to the year ahead.

  • Pat O’Neill

    Teaching Assistant

    Pat O’Neill

    Teaching Assistant

    Originally from Holland I have been in Jersey since being a student.  I am married to a hotelier and we live in St Brelade's Bay with our two sons.

    I joined St George's in January 2008.  Having worked for several years previously in primary education throughout the age groups, I then had the opportunity to become head of Nursery at St Georges Prep for 10 years. I now enjoy a less demanding role as part time teaching assistant within the main school. ​

    In my free time I enjoy crafts, outdoors exercise and spending time with my family. 

  • Lenka Pangali

    Teaching Assistant

    Lenka Pangali

    Teaching Assistant

  • Francesca Plater

    Teaching Assistant

    Francesca Plater

    Teaching Assistant

  • Nicola Sinclair

    Teaching Assistant

    Nicola Sinclair

    Teaching Assistant

    I have been at St  Georges for several years. Having gained experience working in primary education in Hong Kong I am delighted to continue this back home in Jersey. I have two teenage children that keep me busy. In my spare time I like spending time outdoors, cooking and running.

  • Rachel Stirrup

    Teaching Assistant

    Rachel Stirrup

    Teaching Assistant

    I joined St. George's in March 2018 as a Teaching Assistant. I am CACHE Level 2 trained and am working towards Level 3. I love working one to one with children, helping each pupil to reach their full potential.

     

  • Audrey Watkins

    Teaching Assistant

    Audrey Watkins

    Teaching Assistant

Our Directors and Trustees

St George’s is a charitable trust and is led by a Board of Directors who meet regularly with the Head teacher and School Bursar.

If you have any questions or concerns that we can help you with, you can contact our Directors via the school office.

Our Board of Directors and Board of Trustees

  • Paul James

    Chair, Board of Directors and Trustee

    Paul James

    Chair, Board of Directors and Trustee

    I am a past parent and joined the Board of Directors in 2006, becoming Chair in July 2018. I am also a Trustee of the Jersey Educational Trust 2015 which owns the School and Manor.  As a director, my role is to ensure the smooth running of the School in accordance with its policies and procedures and I am particularly interested in the exciting projects the Board is planning which will enhance the facilities we are able to offer.  I will be heavily involved in bringing these to fruition and in raising the necessary funds to ensure their completion.  I have a background in Finance and am former Global Head of Citibank’s Trust Companies. 

    Outside of school I enjoy travelling, family life and boating when I have an opportunity! 

  • Graham Ireson

    Director and Chair, Board of Trustees

    Graham Ireson

    Director and Chair, Board of Trustees

    My involvement with St George’s began in 1994 when my son and daughter joined the school. I was Chairman of the GA for 3 years, helping to raise funds for equipping the Sports Hall when it was first built and I joined the Board of Directors in 2003, becoming a Trustee of The Jersey Educational Trust, which owned the School, in 2007. 

    Following the recent re-organisation, I am Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Jersey Educational Trust 2015, the charitable Trust which now owns the School and the Manor.  I am committed to enhancing the facilities and learning experience at School whilst ensuring it remains a great place to work for the staff. 

    Away from School, I run my own Accountancy practice and enjoy wining and dining, travel and sport.

  • Kiran Patel

    Director

    Kiran Patel

    Director

  • Kathryn Slater

    Director

    Kathryn Slater

    Director

  • Cormac Timothy

    Headteacher and Director

    Cormac Timothy

    Headteacher and Director

    I joined St George's in September 2014 and have been a teacher for more than 25 years. I have taught in Ireland, Bermuda and London as well as Jersey. Prior to coming to St George's, I was Assistant Head teacher at Jersey College for Girls. During my time at JCG I had responsibility for the curriculum, external examinations, reporting and assessment, extra-curricular activities and was head of the science department.

    I joined St. George's originally as Deputy Headteacher, becoming Headteacher here in April 2017, also continuing to lead the science and maths departments. 

    It is my honour and privilege to lead this very special school, ably assisted by an exemplary Senior Leadership and Teaching Team who are at the forefront of the latest teaching practises and have proven to be committed and dedicated to the school, to supporting each other, and to providing the very best educational and pastoral experience to our pupils. We share a mission to ensure that every pupil here achieves their greatest, individual potential and we live by our key values; Kindness, Resilience, Achievement and Responsibility. 

    I am married to Tricia and have two children, Liam who goes to Mont l'Abbe school and Orla who is at JCG prep.  Liam is autistic with severe learning difficulties and as such I am a trustee on the board of Autism Jersey. I am also a qualified OfSTED Inspector.  

    I am very interested in all types of sports particularly Gaelic football, Soccer and Rugby. My interest in any sport, no matter how unusual, is heightened by the participation of Ireland and I am known to get quite animated whilst watching from my armchair!

  • Ian Watson

    Bursar and Director

    Ian Watson

    Bursar and Director

    I previously worked as Head of Operational Support at Jersey Post Group and have spent most of my career in operational, retail & project management roles in Jersey and the UK.

    The Bursar’s role at St George’s has provided an ideal opportunity to utilise all the experience and transferable skills that I have managed to accrue over the years. The job is extremely varied, always interesting and provides a fantastic environment to work in.

    It's great to be part of such a committed and talented team, and to have the opportunity to contribute to the development of the children at the school.

    I'm married to Helen (for more years than she probably cares to remember), we have 2 children, Alex who is a Broadcast Journalist & Operations Manager in Jersey and Emily, a qualified Occupational Therapist who is currently studying to become a Primary School teacher in Cambridge.

  • Alan Blair

    Trustee

    Alan Blair

    Trustee

  • Michael Cushing

    Trustee

    Michael Cushing

    Trustee

  • Andy Jehan

    Trustee

    Andy Jehan

    Trustee

    I was Bursar at St. George's from 2017-June 2019 before being appointed a Trustee in November 2019.  

    Before joining St George's I worked for Jersey Post for 37 years, held a number of senior management positions including General Manager, Head of Major Projects, and Head of Sales. For the last five years I held the position of Operations Director with responsibly for the Island Postal operation, the Logistics operation and the businesses facilities. I was also Non-Executive Chairman of Fraser Freight a European logistics company based in Portsmouth and owned by Jersey Post until December 2017.

    I have also been very active in the community holding a number of positions in the Parish of St John. I was a member of the Jersey 2015 Island Games organising committee, with specific responsibility for Transport and Logistics. I have become a Fellow of both the Institute of Directors, as well as becoming a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute.

    I am married to Judy, we recently celebrated our silver wedding and have two sons.

    A general sports fan, I am a keen Leeds United supporter. My other sporting passion is cycling and I look forward to commuting to and from work on my bike (in the fine weather).

  • Julian Spurr

    Trustee

    Julian Spurr

    Trustee