Jazz-age Chicago arrived on the Layard stage for this year's musical
Stuart joined Canford after eight years at Hampshire Collegiate School, Romsey and became Head of Maths in 2016. As well as teaching Mathematics to all year groups, Stuart coaches Rugby and Hockey and helps with CCF. Stuart is married with two young children and a dog, all of whom enjoy the great outdoors and the local beaches.
MSc (UCNW, Bangor)
Richard joined Canford in 2009 as Head of Maths after holding a similar position teaching in grammar schools in Devon and Dorset. Being an engineering graduate he enjoys teaching Mechanics as well as solving differential equations. He is far too competitive in the Cross-Country club for a man of his age. Richard stepped down as Head of Department to take up his current role as Head of Sixth Form (Academic).
M Ed (Open)
Henry joined Canford in 2003 after a career of 12 years in Finance and Management Consultancy. He is half-French and has lived and worked in the UK, France, Germany and much of Eastern Europe. He is particularly interested in how the Greeks and other civilisations initially developed the Maths we use today. Henry was previously Deputy Housemaster for Monteacute House and Head of Mathematics and is currently Housemaster of Franklin House. He coaches Hockey and Tennis and helps with the CCF, particularly enjoying taking expeditions into the mountains.
Cert HE (Bristol)
Prior to joining Canford's Maths department in 2018, Jessica worked in Washington DC promoting STEM education and collaboration between schools, universities and corporations. Originally from Gibraltar, she is a keen sailor and dancer and has represented the country nationally.
PGCE (University of Exeter)
Charlotte joined Canford in 2016 after working in The British School of Paris for two and a half years. As well as teaching Maths, Charlotte is a Netball, Hockey and Tennis coach, and is involved with our Duke of Edinburgh programme. In her spare time she loves to bake and is an avid Disney fan.
Rob joined Canford in 2020 after 17 years in the British Army. He is thrilled to be training as a Maths and Physics teacher. In the meantime he is getting involved in tutoring in Salisbury House, running the Royal Marines CCF, coaching rowing and supporting school expeditions and DofE. As a family, his wife Kirstin (former Head of Geography) and three young children are happiest on the water, in the mountains or involved with their local church.
Clive teaches Mathematics to all levels and his speciality is Mechanics. Clive also runs Ichthyans, the informal Christian society. Clive coaches Hockey and Tennis and has developed Groundforce, an outdoor/environmental activity for Fourth Form pupils.
PGCE (University of Cambridge)
One joined Canford in 2016, after studying at the University of Cambridge. As well as teaching Mathematics, he is a part-time Tutor in School House and coaches football and badminton. He has many interests that include other languages and Modern History.
A relatively late starter in the teaching world due to a career in Professional Cricket, Owen joins Canford from Milton Abbey School where he was a Housemaster. A graduate in Mathematics from Bath University, he is fascinated by Probability and how Statistics in general can be used to help solve real live problems. Owen is Housemaster of Lancaster House and is a keen Rugby follower. Other interests include Squash, Bridge, Chess and Golf.
PGCE (Homerton College, Cambridge)
Katie was organ scholar at Christ's College, Cambridge and Wells Cathedral. She took a PGCE in Music and Maths before taking up the post of Organist and Music teacher at Cheltenham College. She then became Director of Music at Dulwich International College in Phuket, Thailand, and now teaches Music, Maths and RS at Canford.
PGCE (University of Exeter)
Prior to joining Canford in 2019, Jack taught in schools in the UK and abroad before completing his PGCE through the University of Exeter. Jack is the live-in tutor of Franklin House and when he is not on duty you'll find him kitesurfing at one of the local beaches or mountain biking in the New Forest.