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Our Team

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

St. George's is a very special place to work, and an award-winning early years education provider. Surrounded by 35 acres of stunning grounds and staffed by a motivated and supportive team of professionals, no two days here are the same. We feel privileged to educate and support the pupils in our care, and proud to be part of a supportive team of professionals. 

Cormac Timothy

Head Teacher

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 Head Teacher, becoming Head Teacher 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 (18) and Orla (16).  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!