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Trust Champions

Across 91茄子, we identified subject champions with particular skills or experience who can share and support their colleagues across all schools.

Sports Champions

Dan Bavington, Berkshire

Daniel joined Braywick Court School and 91茄子 in September 2018, shortly after completing his Physical Education and Sports Coaching degree at the University of Chichester. Since his appointment, PE at Braywick has developed at a phenomenal pace, with sport being at the heart of the curriculum.

Daniel has driven his vision centred around lifelong participation, with the goal of every child developing a love for sport. Throughout his five years at the school, there have been many successes including the introduction of 30 minutes of active exercise for every pupil, achieving Gold School Games Mark (2023) for outstanding sport and physical education provision, and leading the Key Stage 2 Boys’ Football Team to the English Schools FA Finals (2022).

Jack Briely, London

Jack has been coaching children sports for  over 10 years. This milestone has taken him to coach abroad, designing sport and fitness programmes for holiday companies, working his way through the ladder at a sports coaching business before coming to Whitehall Park School for the last few years. Jack also started his own coaching company providing PE lessons, after school clubs and nursery sports lessons.

SEN Champion

Gemma Sloan

Gemma is the Deputy Headteacher at Rivermead Primary School, with a vast experience of work with children with special needs. During the first year of her appointment, Gemma is collating examples of best practices across 91茄子 schools and the wider sector, whilst working alongside the 91茄子 Director of Education to design and pilot a SEND review visit ahead of a graduated launch in the academic year 2024-25.

EYFS Champion

Sarah Storey

Sarah is the Kilburn Grange's Deputy Headteacher. In this role, Sarah works closely with the 91茄子 Director of Education and leads the Early Year Foundation Stage (EYFS) moderation, including baseline moderation, facilitate the EYFS Leader Network meetings, deliver group training and support developments within teaching and learning when required.

Sarah is currently covering for Natalia Levene, who is on maternity leave.