Miss Longhurst joined the Royal Greenwich Trust School in September 2019. Miss Longhurst has extensive leadership experience acquired through various roles within the secondary sector including Education Consultant, Principal/Headteacher, Co-principal, Associate Principal, Deputy Headteacher and Assistant Headteacher.
As a highly motivated and innovative leader, Miss Longhurst has a proven track record for successfully leading and managing across diverse areas of responsibility. Her core talent in viewing challenges as opportunities and in achieving intended outcomes with drive and enthusiasm supports her dedication to raising standards.
Miss Longhurst is an advocate for young people who, at the heart of all decisions and actions, maintains clarity on what is ultimately of greatest benefit to the students within the learning community.
Mr Glenn began working with the Trust in Autumn 2020. He is a skilled education leader with over 25 years’ experience in the state sector. A music graduate of Durham University, he worked as a Director Performing Arts and as an Advanced Skills Teacher for many years before moving into Senior Leadership roles.
His experience spans Local Authority, Music Hubs and Senior Leadership Teams. This has included setting up a new free school for students with Special Educational Needs in Language and Communication and working for the charity Achievement for All. Most recently, Mr Glenn was Principal of a new all through school. He is passionate that all children should benefit from high quality learning experiences.
Deputy Headteacher - Curriculum
Mr Boot joined RGTS in 2021 and is responsible for the whole school Curriculum. He is passionate about ensuring that all students receive a quality education through outstanding teaching and learning in every classroom. Highly motivated, enthusiastic and dedicated, Mr. Boot is committed to the social and academic growth and development of every child. Prior to joining the teaching profession, Mr. Boot studied History and Politics at the University of East Anglia. Throughout his teaching career, he has championed innovative curriculum design, collaborative group activities in the classroom and cross-disciplinary education.
Deputy Headteacher - Inclusion
Mr Davey began working with the University Schools Trust in June 2020. He graduated from Dartington College of Arts with a degree in Theatre and completed his teacher training with the London Arts Consortium. He has significant experience in London schools in a variety of leadership positions: as a Head of Drama, Head of Year and Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for pastoral matters. He joined the senior leadership team at RGTS in September 2021 as Deputy Headteacher for Inclusion.
Assistant Headteacher - KS5 Lead, Strategic Leadership of MIS, Data & Assessment
Mr Martin is an Assistant Headteacher with leadership responsibility of our school’s MIS, data and operations, and leads on the learning and progress of students in our sixth form.
Prior to his career in teaching, Mr Martin studied Computer Science at Imperial College London and worked as a software developer in Canary Wharf. Throughout his teaching career he has been passionate about introducing pupils of all ages to Computer Science and works within our BEC faculty to do so.
Mr Martin has a keen interest in artificial intelligence, computational thinking and algorithm optimisation. Our sixth form computer science students develop their own artificial intelligence systems as part of their independent projects.
Assistant Headteacher - KS3 Lead, Strategic Leadership of Character Development
Miss Saunders is an Assistant Headteacher with leadership responsibility for our school’s character development provision. Prior to joining the teaching profession, Miss Saunders studied Business Management at the University of Sheffield. Miss Saunders is committed to ensuring that students leave RGTS as well-rounded individuals and utilises a wide range of professional networks and our Trust partners to ensure that the best provision is in place to support this. As a leader, she is passionate about team work and school culture leads several initiatives to ensure that staff are supported and recognised for their efforts at RGTS.
Assistant Headteacher - KS4 Lead, Strategic Leadership of MFL
Mr Toye joined RGTS in March 2020, just before the national lockdown. He completed a joint honours degree in Psychology and Spanish at the University of Middlesex, before working and teaching in Spain. He has taught at Haberdashers Aske’s in London and schools in the South East. At RGTS Mr Toye teaches Spanish and manages the Faculty, as well as leading Years 10 and 11. Outside of school, Mr Toye is a passionate Crystal Palace supporter.
Assistant Headteacher - Inclusion/SENDCO & DSL
Miss Tutty joined RGTS in October 2019. She has twenty five years of experience working in a range of schools in a permanent / leadership and consultant capacity: mainstream and special with students (aged 4 – 19), predominantly in inner city London, but also as far afield as Atlanta, USA and Ruhanga, Uganda . Miss Tutty has a Master’s Degree in SEND and is driven by RGTS’s inclusive vision for all students. Outside of her work at RGTS Miss Tutty has also acted as a voluntary Advisory Teacher for the charity Changing Faces and has volunteered at The Globe Theatre for over fifteen years.
Assistant Headteacher - Teacher Development, Strategic Leadership of Art
Mrs Houston joined the school in Autumn 2020 as an experienced senior leader with extensive knowledge of leading teaching and learning.
Mrs Houston studied Art Education at the National College of Art & Design in Dublin before beginning her teaching career in London. Throughout her teaching career she has had a passion for leading staff development, initial teacher training and coaching programmes.
Mrs Houston is committed to ensuring that teachers and students feel valued and supported in order for them to reach their full potential. As a leader, she is passionate about education and believes that education has the ability to improve life chances for young people.