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Leadership Team

Tom Mr T Bartlett- Principal

Tom grew up and went to school in the East Midlands where both his parents were teachers before training as a teacher of Drama and English at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, graduating in 1983.

After completing his induction year at an inner city primary school in London, and having always wanted to travel, Tom took up a teaching position in a small rural secondary school in Botswana in Southern Africa, and having initially only signed up for a two year contract, it was 17 years before he finally returned to the UK. During this period Tom served as a Teacher of Maths and English, a National Schools Athletics Coach, a Deputy Headteacher of two large boarding schools, a University Lecturer and a Headteacher of a rural community school for 5 years.

Tom returned to the family home in West Oxfordshire in 2001 and taught in two Oxfordshire schools as a Head of Year and as a pastoral leader before joining Waingels in 2008 as a Vice Principal. At Waingels he has held responsibility for Staff Development and Teaching and Learning and was appointed as Principal in September 2016. Tom is a passionate advocate of community based comprehensive education, having spent his entire career covering four decades– both here and oversees - serving in state-funded community schools. He lives in West Oxfordshire with his wife and daughter. 

 

JohnMr J Salberg- Vice Principal

John is the Vice Principal for raising standards of the schools Culture and Values with a focus on student welfare, well-being and behaviour. He is passionate about education and in creating the best learning environments, experiences and opportunities for all. He is driven to motivate the whole community to become actively engaged in the education of its students and their growth as individuals. John believes in and encourages a creative and innovative growth mind-set, creating a culture of success and excellence where we are all seeking to move forward in becoming the best that we can be.

John started his career as a PE teacher before converting to Maths, but his love for sport remains and he is actively involved in a number of sports. He lives in Hampshire with his wife and two sons.  

 

Mrs L Humber- Vice Principal

Lindsey moved from a small coastal town in South West Wales to Bath to read International Management with a Modern Foreign Language (French) at the University of Bath. As part of her year abroad, she spent 6 months studying at a French University in Rouen and a further 6 months completing a work placement in an Aerospace Engineering company in Leuven, near Brussels. 


After graduating with a 2:1 Lindsey began her career as a Teaching Assistant at another Wokingham School and quickly trained on the Graduate Training Programme as a Teacher of Business Studies. Before joining Waingels as Vice Principal in January 2018, over a period of 8 years, Lindsey has held various positions at an Academy in Slough. Positions include Head of House, Head of Sixth Form, Assistant Head Teacher and Deputy Head Teacher responsible for Teaching, Learning and Curriculum, Museum Learning and Staff Development. 


She strongly believes in staff having opportunities to continue to develop their practice in order to deliver good quality first teaching and learning. Lindsey lives in Yateley with her husband who is also a teacher and her daughter. In her spare time, she enjoys hosting dinner parties for friends and family, cooking, reading books about Leadership in schools and spending quality time with her family such as visiting National Trust venues with stately homes.

 

Katie

Ms K Aggio- Assistant Principal

Katie was born and educated in London, moving to Reading to read English Literature at University. She graduated with a 2:1, with special commendation in Victorian Literature and 20th Century American Poetry.

Katie began her teaching career at Waingels in 2002 and has held various positions, starting life as Head of Year 8, moving on to Head of Key Stage 5 and Holmes & Rowling houses. In 2009 she became Head of English and in 2013 joined the Senior Leadership team as an Assistant Principal, responsible for Key Stage 3 and Transition. Katie has also served as a School Governor. Some of the highlights of Katie’s time at Waingels have been a teacher research project to Beijing in 2005, giving her the opportunity to visit and teach in schools in the city, compiling a report on Inclusion, and leading a Year 8 camping leadership expedition to Buxton in 2007.

Katie lives in Wokingham with her husband and son. In her spare time she enjoys running, skiing and collecting vintage magazines. 

 

Charlotte

Mrs C Badarello- Assistant Principal

Charlotte grew up locally before graduating with a degree in Mathematics from the University of Bristol in 1999. Charlotte spent time working in France before working in IT for BNP Paribas in London for several years. She then decided to re-train as a teacher and worked at a school in London for 10 years, in many roles and latterly as a member of the Senior Leadership Team. 

She joined Waingels as an Assistant Principal in January 2015 and has had leadership roles in many of the key areas in the school, presently leading on curriculum. Charlotte speaks French & Italian and lives in Wokingham with her husband where they are keen tennis players.

 

GrahamMr G Sargen- Assistant Principal 

Areas of responsibility: Assessment and Data. Graham’s role is to ensure that we have robust systems for monitoring and reporting progress. He believes that assessment should help identify areas for improvement; and that targets should support an ambition to achieve the best results possible for all our students.

Graham was educated at a rural comprehensive school in Suffolk before going to Cambridge University, graduating in 1987 with a degree in Physics and Theoretical Physics. He then joined Barclays Bank’s Management Development Programme, soon transferring to their investment banking unit where he worked in mathematical finance. In 1999 he became a Director at TD Securities, the London branch of a Canadian Bank, in their Financial Markets Division.

He decided on a career change in 2005 and undertook teacher training at the Institute of Education, London. He taught at schools in Hertfordshire and North London, and was a Head of Science for over 5 years before joining Waingels in January 2016. He is married with two grown-up children. 

 

Nikki

Miss N Street- Assistant Principal and SENCo

Nikki was born and educated in East Anglia before graduating with a degree in Physical Education from the University of Brighton.

Nikki undertook her first teaching role at Ash Manor School in Surrey where she gained additional pastoral responsibility and ultimately followed her year group through the school from Year 8 to Year 11. Whilst at Ash Manor Nikki completed her SENCo qualification and became the ‘Inclusion Manager’ for the school.

In January 2017 Nikki Joined Waingels as an Assistant Principal, responsible for Inclusion and Intervention. She strongly believes in the personal development of every child to enable them to thrive in an Education setting. Nikki lives in Surrey and enjoys teaching Karate in her spare time.

 

NickMr N Johnson- Assistant Principal of Teaching and Learning

Nick went to school at the foot of the South Downs in West Sussex before heading North. To complete a degree in Chemistry and Chemical Technology at the University of Bradford. He turned down the chance to work in the Pharmaceutical industry to take up a place at the University of Oxford to train as a teacher, graduating in 1995. 

Nick’s teaching career started in Cambridge and he arrived at Waingels in January 2016 after spending 15 years in another 11-18 comprehensive school in Hampshire. Nick is committed to improving the quality of teaching and learning and has worked closely with universities and other institutions to develop his career, which took him to Denmark to run training programmes with Danish science teachers. He currently has responsibility for Teaching and Learning across the school. He is married to a primary school teacher and has three children and far too many pets.

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