Executive Leadership Team
Mr Simon GarrillChief Executive Officer
Mr Simon Garrill
Having taught and led, in and around London for the last 25 Years, I established two new schools in Haringey, running a small multi academy trust. Passionate about social mobility, fairness and opportunities for young people, I am looking forward to leading Education for the 21st Century to ensure that all of our schools achieve excellence through collaboration.
Mr Rob CarlingDirector of Finance
Mr Rob Carling
I am a CIPFA qualified accountant with significant experience of Local Authority and school funding, both operational and policy, including setting and reviewing school and Local Authority level funding formulas. I have worked in three Local Authorities, a Secondary Academy and an two Multi Academy Trusts. Previous posts include Senior Finance Officer in a Multi-Academy Trust, Vice Principal of Coopers school responsible for all business functions, Head of Children and Young People Finance, Head of Education Finance and Head of Social Services Finance.
Ms Sue AllisDirector of HR
Ms Sue Allis
I have over 30 years' experience in multi discipline sectors including 18 years with Barclays Bank PLC and 18 years in the Public/Third Sector. I am professionally qualified as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. I have had a wide range of HR exposure, most recently at Comic Relief delivering complex transformational change projects, and successfully planning and implementing project managed services. I am looking forward to working with E21C colleagues to achieve our vision.
Mrs Olivia PageDirector of Curriculum and Standards
Mrs Olivia Page
I was previously Associate Headteacher at St Mark's Church of England Academy in Mitcham and a school improvement adviser for Lambeth Council. My other role is as a team inspector and quality assurance reader for Ofsted and I will continue to do this work. I started my career as a Music teacher and have a passion for the role of the arts in developing learning competencies and raising the cultural capital of young people. I have 16 years experience in schools, 11 years as a senior leader specifically leading the areas of Teaching and Learning, Curriculum, Quality Assurance and Staff Development. I am a firm believer that high quality teaching delivered by teachers who really know their pupils and are knowledgeable and passionate about their subject will secure strong outcomes for all pupils. I am fully committed to ensuring high quality, personalised CPD and research opportunities which empower all teachers and leaders to realise their own potential and make schools learning communities in the broadest possible sense. Ultimately, I am driven by a moral purpose to promote social equality through inclusive education delivered to the highest possible standards.
I am really looking forward to working alongside all of the Headteachers and Senior Leaders across the 8 Trust schools and within the central team to drive forward school improvement and ensure each E21C pupils receives the quality of education they deserve.
Ms Lisa PeterkinExecutive Headteacher, Bromley Region
Ms Lisa Peterkin
I have over 25 years of secondary school teaching experience, with significant knowledge of school leadership. As an experienced headteacher and Local Authority School Improvement Adviser I have had the opportunity to lead schools culture and standards to securing great outcomes for learners. I have a passion for driving systematic change to empower staff to make the difference for every child. As educators we have the privilege to serve our communities and provide impactful change at all levels. To elicit change is to galvanise staff to ensure we create high performing individuals and teams. I am excited to be joining Education for the 21st Century as Executive Principal for the Bromley Hub at this juncture I have the ambition and drive to deliver substantial and sustained change. I am excited about the future and working with you as partners in this journey.