Nasrin is an experienced teacher and has held positions in a variety of schools across London. Over the last 15 years she has devoted herself to supporting learners in alternative provision including spells working in a consultancy capacity as an Education and Inclusion Consultant for Hammersmith and Fulham. Here she helped to develop the strategy to support and promote inclusive practice in secondary schools in the Borough. Nasrin brings to Ormiston Latimer a wealth of experience as a senior leader, curriculum development lead, coach, tutor and assessor in supporting pedagogic practice in teaching and learning.
Suneeta has been working in education for the last 12 Years. Originally training as a Social Worker Suneeta has used her skills to develop an understanding of the behaviour and dynamics which support learners through academic endeavours. Supporting all aspects of school life inside and outside of the classroom, Suneeta has developed effective interpersonal skills which she employs in her work with learners and families. Liaising with a range of statutory and voluntary sector partners Suneeta works hard to ensure safeguarding is at the forefront of school activities whilst at the same time taking a strategic lead in the areas of school attendance, behaviour management and personal development.
Wendy originally joined Latimer Academy as an Art teacher where over the years she has achieved consistent attainment success with the young learners she has engaged with. It is not uncommon for learners with social and emotional issues to gravitate towards the arts not only for the development of a specific creative skill set but also for the therapeutic and calming space it offers. Wendy’s classroom is no different and learners benefit daily from the calm ambiance and soothing environment housed within. Since September 2019 Wendy has also acted as the school Special Education Needs Coordinator (SENDCo) where she has assumed responsibility for learners with Education Health Care Plans and is the conduit between school, parents and the LA SEN Dep’t. regarding EHCP/ SEN consultations and placements.
Rebecca is an established part of the learning support team. She has previously occupied the role of Wave Leader responsible for a range of interventions in support of learners with Education Health Care Plan and their academic progress. Within this role she was responsible for interventions and behaviour analysis as well as being the lead staff member regarding reading recovery programmes. Most recently she has taken up the role of Deputy SENDCo and has utilised her training background in psychology to support the development of the innovative and inclusive Nurture Hub which occupies the ground floor of the Ormiston Latimer site.
James is an experienced teacher having spent a significant number of years working in the mainstream sector before his calling to work in Alternative Provision. Here at Ormiston Latimer, he has held various posts as Exam Coordinator, Maths teacher and currently responsible for delivering Science. He has held the responsibility for Careers for the last 3 years, a role he previously filled in the mainstream, and works hard supported by the Central London Careers Hub to make tangible a shared vision of improving careers outcomes for all young people. Alongside an assigned Enterprise Advisor Jim is continues to ensure that as an educational establishment we endeavour to meet the eight Gatsby Benchmarks of excellent careers education.