Stoke Park Leadership team consists of SLT, Heads of Subject and Heads of Year. The Leadership team are responsible for establishing the school’s educational direction and vision, its goals and priorities. All members have significant responsibility for embedding appropriate strategies and resources, to enable us to achieve our vision.
We work in a collaborative and highly supportive way and understand the importance of building good relationships with learners and families.
Head Teacher: Sue Jones
Deputy Head Teacher: Pauline Casey
Assistant Head Teachers: Richard Davies, Gemma Duffy, Sue Gibbons, Keith Jones, Caroline Kirk, Ann-Marie Smith and David Young
Head of English: Alice Byrne
Head of Maths: Navdeep Kandola
Head of Science: Imran Jamal
Head of Humanities: Sue Gibbons
Head of R.E.: Wilson Gill
Head of History: Matt James
Head of Music : Simon Lee
Head of Drama: Nicky Jessop
Head of Art : Stuart Robinson
Head of Design & Technology: Kevyn Storer
Head Of Health & Social Care: Nataley Smith
Head of Modern Foreign Languages: Steph Wood
Head of Business Studies: Roger Homes
Head of Physical Education: Laura Redpath
Head of ICT and Computer Science: Paul Wright
Head of Learning Support: Debby Mountford
Head of Hearing Support: Penny Wakefield
Head of Year 7: Helen Pinder
Head of Year 8: Sami Piggott
Head of Year 9: Joe Salisbury
Head of Year 10: Cecile Hot
Head of Year 11: Hannah Ogden
Head of Year 12: Janet Busby
Head of Year 13: Colette Crowley
Our trust partners comprise of businesses from a variety of backgrounds, to allow us to work closely with them to provide a diverse learning experience for our students.
MGTS is employer-led and membership- based. We aim to be the Midlands centre of Excellence for Education, Training, Development and Assessment, supporting both young people and adults in the development of competences associated with engineering.
We will train and educate industry workforce in skills and knowledge associated with operation, maintenance and management of world class manufacturing, production and machinery reliant operational facilities
WMG (formerly Warwick Manufacturing Group) is an academic department of the University of Warwick and was established by Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya in 1980 in order to reinvigorate UK manufacturing through the application of cutting edge research and effective knowledge transfer. The group started small - just an office, the Professor and his secretary - but has since grown into a global force to be reckoned with, delving outside its manufacturing core into new sectors: health, banking, the built environment and digital technology to name a few.
WMG's expertise includes:
Coventry is an evolving and innovative university with a growing reputation for excellence in education.
Independent surveys show that we provide a caring and supportive environment, enriched by a unique blend of academic expertiseand practical experience.
Three words set us apart - employability, enterprise and entrepreneurship. Coventry University was 'Highly Commended' in the Entrepreneurial University of the Year category at the Times Higher Awards 2008.
Our aim is to keep on improving. We're investing heavily in developing our state-of-the-art facilities with £160m earmarked for improvements over the next ten years.
And by seeking to enhance the strong vocational emphasis of our courses and bolstering our links with the very best industry organisations, we're firmly focussed on preparing students for successful futures.
Take a look at our list of courses and you’ll see how we’re preparing students for tomorrow’s world today.
By constantly developing training and learning opportunities we can equip people with the skills and knowledge they need to achieve their potential. Education gives people more skills, more knowledge, and provides a route out of poverty, in turn making Coventry a better place to learn, live and work.
Warwick Manufacturing Group, Warwick University
Midland Group Training Services
Stoke Park School Governing Body
Coventry City Council
Stoke Park School
The School’s Governors meet each term as a full governing body.They work to a code of practice that can be found here.
They have also set up sub committees to consider areas of work in more detail. These are Curriculum Sub Committee, Finance and General Purposes Sub Committee and Personnel Sub Committee.
The links below show you further details of each category.
There are different categories of Governor, as you would have seen from the listing.
For more information, please see the links below:
1) Click here to view the Governors' responsibilities as agreed at the Full Governors meeting in November 2016.
2) Click here to view our current Governors' chart.
If you are interested in becoming a Governor of Stoke Park School, please contact the school or the Governor Support Unit at Coventry City Council, 024 7683 1663.
Click here to view our Instrument of Government document.