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Mr N Revie

Head of Maths

Mr Revie graduated from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, with a degree in Mathematics. After spending two years doing voluntary work in Hungary, he returned to obtain his PGCE from the University of Strathclyde. He taught in Glasgow for two years, before moving to London where he has been teaching since 2000 in a variety of middle and senior leadership posts.

For the past eight years, he has been Deputy Headteacher at St Andrew's, Croydon, with particular responsibility for behaviour and pastoral care. A keen carpenter, he likes to have a project or two on the go around the house or in the workshop.

n.revie@wlfs.org

Find out more about Mathematics A level here and Further Mathematics A level here.

Ms N Saba

Head of Modern Foreign Languages

Ms Saba graduated from the Université du Mirail in Toulouse, France, with a joint Honours degree in English and Spanish with Child Psychology. After growing up in the South of France and graduating from University, she went on to work in two Secondary schools in South London as a French Assistant before getting a PGCE in French and Spanish at Goldsmiths College. She first worked as a French and Spanish A-level teacher at Streatham and Clapham High School for Girls, before joining an outstanding Secondary school and teaching both French and Spanish A-Level for 14 years.

At Graveney school, she also gained experience in being Deputy Head of Year for three years, before being promoted to Deputy Head of the MFL department, Head of KS3 French and Languages Coordinator. She passionately believes that languages provide pupils unique opportunities in the work place and help develop their cultural awareness, as well as widening their understanding of the world and their own culture. In her spare time, Ms Saba is a keen Salsa dancer and also enjoys attending the gym.

n.saba@wlfs.org

Find out more about French A level here and Spanish A level here.

Mr R Selth

Head of History

Mr Selth was born and grew up in Canberra, Australia. He studied History and Classics at the Australian National University before proceeding to a Master’s in Classics at the University of Oxford. Prior to joining the West London Free School, he worked as a teacher of History, Classics, and Grammar at Pimlico Academy. He is a strong believer in the power of an academically rigorous and knowledge rich history curriculum for students of all abilities and backgrounds.

Mr Selth is passionate about debating, drama, and writes in his spare time.

r.selth@wlfs.org 

Find out more about Modern History A-level here

Miss A Hughes

Head of Divinity 

Miss Hughes graduated from the University of Nottingham with a degree in Theology and Religious Studies. She then taught for two years at a school in Birmingham, where she completed the Teach First programme before moving to London. Her interest in religion, and passion and engagement with the subject has helped established Religious Studies as  as a very popular subject. In her spare time, Miss Hughes enjoys going to the theatre and keeping fit.

a.hughes@wlfs.org   

Find out more about Religious Studies A-level here.

Ms N Crook

Head of Classics

Miss Crook graduated with a BA in Classics from the University of Oxford, having focused during her degree on the extensive literature and history of the Greek and Roman civilisations. She particularly loves sharing her enthusiasm for Roman love poetry, in particular the works of Ovid, which often appear on the A level specification.

Find out more about Latin A-Level here and Classical Civilisation A-level here.

Dr D Robinson

 Head of English

Dr Robinson completed his MA and PhD in Applied Linguistics at the University of Birmingham. He has also completed an MA in Fine Art at the University of the Creative Arts. He has taught English and Art for five years in various contexts including a Kenyan shanty town and as a lecturer and mentor at the University of Birmingham.

He has an active research profile and recently published work in the Journal of Language and Politics. In his spare time he enjoys travelling, reading, cycling and drawing.

d.robinson@wlfs.org

Find out more about English Literature A-level here.

Ms J O'Shea

Head of Science

Ms O’Shea graduated from the University of Limerick in Ireland where she holds a BA Hons in Physics and Chemistry with concurrent Teacher Education. Before joining the West London Free School, Miss O’Shea taught Physics at two outstanding South London state schools for two years and four years respectively, as well as spending time travelling Australia. Miss O’Shea has taught all three sciences and was Deputy Head of Year 11, responsible for organising and supporting a huge range of pupils through their GCSEs.

j.oshea@wlfs.org 

Find out more about Physics A-level here.

Mr A Hatton

Head of Chemistry

Mr Hatton graduated from the University of Leeds with a BSc in Environmental Chemistry and an MSc in Environmental Geochemistry, after which he pursued a career in management and training for twelve years, before making the switch to teaching via the Schools Direct training programme.

As an earth scientist, he has a passion for the natural world and the outdoors, taking particular interest in environmental issues.

Outside of school, Mr Hatton enjoys the cultural highlight that London has to offer. He has also been involved in a variety of sports, including canoeing, fencing, cycling and even competed in his university's sailing team.

a.hatton@wlfs.org 

Find out more about Chemistry A level here.

Ms R Fonseka

Head of Biology

Mrs Fonseka graduated from the University of Warwick with a BSc in Bio-Medical Science. Mrs Fonseka has worked with charities in Zimbabwe teaching Mathematics and English to orphaned children.

Mrs Fonseka's passion for science stems from her school days where she enjoyed the variety of her science lessons, and the opportunities to explore new ideas. She teaches science classes which encourage self-confidence, inquisitiveness and independent thinking.

Away from teaching, Mrs Fonseka enjoys travelling and aims to visit a new country each year.

r.fonseka@wlfs.org 

Find out more about Biology A level here.

Mr S Hind

Head of Geography and Outdoor Education Coordinator

Mr Hind graduated from the University of Oxford with a BA in Geography. Prior to joining WLFS he worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in London.   He completed his PGCE in Secondary Geography at the Institute of Education (UCL). 

Mr Hind loves to travel, first discovering the rewards of teaching while working on a voluntary basis at a school in Tamil Nadu, India. A keen cyclist and runner, Mr Hind also enjoys playing golf, trying desperately to cling on to a single-figure handicap.

s.hind@wlfs.org

Find out more about Geography A-level here.

Mr J Bacchi-Andreoli

Head of Art

Mr Bacchi-Andreoli graduated from Goldsmiths' College with a BA in Fine Art and Contemporary Critical Theory, after completing a Foundation at Camberwell College of Art, followed by an MA in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art. He worked as an artist based in London and curated various exhibitions, including a collaboration with the Arts Council. His interest in teaching was confirmed after running workshops in the Education Department of the Serpentine Gallery. After completing his PCGE at the Institute of Education, he taught Art at Reed's School, Surrey, where he also set up History of Art at A-Level. He has worked at several schools in and around London as Head of Art and History of Art.

Away from teaching, he continues to work at his studio in Waterloo. He also has a strong interest in cooking and all things Italian, due to his heritage.

j.bacchi-andreoli@wlfs.org

Find out more about Art and Design A level here, and History of Art A level here.

Mr E Watkins

Director of Music

Mr Watkins studied music at Keble College, Oxford, where he was the Organ Scholar, before completing his teacher training at Cambridge, where he was the Assistant Organist at Queens' College.

Mr Watkins is Assistant Director of Voice Chamber Choir, Director of Music at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church and has recently founded Inner Voices, an inner-London state school choir under the Director of Music at Eton College. In November 2011, he was appointed to the Monitoring Board of the new National Plan for Music Education. Beyond the world of music education, Mr Watkins' interests include politics and distance running.

e.watkins@wlfs.org 

Find out more about Music A level here.

Ms D Murphy

Head of Economics and Head of Year 12

Ms Murphy graduated from the University Of Leicester with a BA in Economics. Following the completion of her degree she worked as a Market Analyst in the Financial Services Market, analysing economic, market and competitor data. Having always had an interest in education and the importance of effective learning she decided to pursue her ambition of becoming a teacher and began a PGCE course in Economics Education at Staffordshire University. On completion of this course she worked in a large sixth form college in Staffordshire and was appointed as course leader within the department. Ms Murphy joined the Sixth Form team in September 2017 and has helped to build the reputation of the department so that Economics A level is now one of the most popular options. Ms Murphy provides pastoral support to Year 12 students and is very experienced in helping manage the transition to Sixth Form study.

Mr O Bell

Head of Politics and Head of Year 13.

Mr Bell graduated with a BA in War Studies from King’s College London University in 2002. He was previously a History teacher and boarding house tutor at Hurstpierpoint College, West Sussex.

Mr Bell has been a professional hockey coach for the last fifteen years, most recently with Brighton and Hove HC in the East Conference, and is currently a centrally contracted coach with England Hockey. His playing career has included both junior international and national league honours.

o.bell@wlfs.org

Find out more about Politics A level here

Mrs A Qureshi 

Head of Psychology  

Mrs Qureshi graduated from Roehampton University with a BSc in Psychology, before obtaining a Post Graduate Diploma in Child Psychology at Oxford Brookes University. Mrs Qureshi has followed her passion to help students grow and, through studying Psychology,  understand themselves better and therefore make more informed choices. Mrs Qureshi  gained a PGCE in Psychology and has been an AQA A Level examiner for the past 4 years.

Ms R Oxtoby

Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) Coordinator 

Ms Oxtoby graduated from University of Oxford with a degree in English Language and Literature, having specialised in Old and Middle English and philology. She remained at the university to complete her PGCE and then went on to work at Holland Park School, teaching English to students aged 11-18.  Ms Oxtoby leads the EPQ programme as well as teaching English Literature.  

r.oxtoby@wlfs.org