Board of Governors

Dr Duncan Rollo, BA, MA, Ph.D, Cert. Ed., CReSTeD (Dyslexia) Board

Chief Executive Officer of the Centre Academy Schools

Dr Rollo is a highly experienced university professor, teacher and author.  He has served as headmaster, university vice president, visiting lecturer at the Kennedy Centre for the Performing Arts, Director of Writing and Academic Dean. He also spent a decade with the US Government, where he held diplomatic status. Dr Rollo is the author of three books and many articles on education. Dr Rollo is happy to respond to all questions and concerns from parents and other parties. He may be contacted through the school or at “Coolarne,” Coolarne Rise, Camberley, Surrey GU15 1NA. Tel. 07904558165.

Mrs Kim Salthouse, BA (Hons), M ED SEN, Cert. Ed, Dip SPLD, PGCPD

Head of School, Centre Academy East Anglia

The Head of CAEA since 2010, Mrs Salthouse has devoted her professional life to special educational needs. She has created and directed SEN programmes, served as SENCo and Senior Teacher, sponsored an advice centre for parents of SEN children and developed curricula and assessment methods for children facing a variety of learning challenges. Mrs Salthouse is a specialist in teaching reading and in addition to her duties as Head, teaches literature and recently pioneered a new course in Great Books.

Miss Rachel Maddison, BSc, MA, PGCE, PG Dip

Head of School, Centre Academy London

Miss Maddison has been with Centre Academy since 2014. Initially as Head of Maths, then as Head of Assessment and most recently as Head of School. Miss Maddison has experience in a range of school environments, both main stream and SEN. She is particularly focused on ensuring that assessment and student data is used within the classroom setting to create and personalise learning. Miss Maddison was initially led into teaching through her interest in training and development garnered in her 10-year career in Human Resources.

Proprietor: The Centre Academy Schools are owned by the M&M Murphy Partnership. The Murphy Family has a long tradition of supporting initiatives in education. Tel. 07596 338771