Mr Doug Jackson
Chairman of Heathfield Educational Trust
Doug Jackson is an Independent Business Consultant specialising in Sales & Marketing and International Trade. He and his wife Carol (retired School Teaching Assistant) have three sons who each attended Heathfield School. Doug was Chairman of the Parents’ Association for 3 years. He is currently Chairman of Heathfield Educational Trust.
Mr Tim Bayliss
In a teaching career spanning over 30 years, in both maintained and independent sectors, Tim Bayliss has held various positions of responsibility including Head of Geography, Head of Year, Head of House, Senior Sixth Form Tutor, Advanced Skills Teacher and Interactive Electronic Whiteboard (IWB) mentor. A trained ISI inspector and Chartered Geographer, he is published widely, including GCSE and A-level textbooks for Oxford University Press - in addition to co-authoring award winning A-level e-resources for Cross Academe. He has both lectured and led workshops on Effective IWB Practice in Geography Teaching and GIS, for regional and national Promethean, Royal Geographical Society and Geographical Association conferences. He has also contributed to research projects in the production of exemplar materials for NESTA, the Geographical Association, the Royal Geographical Society, Ordnance Survey, BECTA and United Learning. Tim was elected a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society in 2003.
Mrs Sarah Burns
Sarah Burns has been a current parent for almost 9 years. She has been a Police Officer for 28 years, mainly operating within the Criminal Investigation Department and has a vast experience of the different facets of policing. She has worked extensively in the area of child protection and safeguarding and will bring this experience to the Trust. Away from work, Sarah runs a Beaver Scout section, and regularly assists the Cub Scout Leader. She is also the safeguarding co-ordinator for West Mercia Scout County and is responsible for referring concerns to the appropriate authority.
Mrs Jennifer Hine
Jennifer Hine is a primary school teacher, having taught at Heathfield School for nineteen years before retiring in 2015. She has experience teaching in state and independent schools which enabled her to gain an invaluable knowledge of different teaching styles and approaches to learning. During her years at Heathfield, Jennifer worked predominantly as a year two and year three form teacher and as primary subject teacher in art and religious studies.