Meet the Senior Leadership Team


Mrs Marianne Jeanes


IMG 4451 OK for website (and propsectus if no group photos) CopyIt is a great pleasure to be the Headteacher of Hatch End High School. I have been teaching in London schools for over 25 years and am passionate about teaching, about Science and the Arts, about leadership, coaching and my faith. Having studied Chemistry at Oxford, I completed my PGCE at Bristol, training to teach both Science and PE including dance.  Throughout my career I have taught a wide range of Science, PE and dance courses but now focus on teaching mainly A-level Chemistry which I love. 

I started my career at Queen’s Park Community School in Brent; spent 13 years at Nower Hill High School and most recently have been the Principal at Capital City Academy in Willesden. I love the challenges, variety and rewards of teaching in London schools and I am so pleased to be back serving my local community as Headteacher at Hatch End.


Deputy HeadteacherMs Marina Dunford

Deputy Headteacher, Pastoral and Community

Following completion of a BA in Geography at Birmingham University, I joined Hatch End High School in 1985 as a teacher of Geography.  I worked as the Careers Co-ordinator before being appointed as a Head of Year, a position I held for 10 years. I completed an MA in Educational Management and my NPQH and held the position of Head of Lower School before being appointed to Deputy Headship, Pastoral and Community 21 years ago. I have a lifelong love of the Arts and am the Head of the Hatch End High School Production Society. Outside school, I was a governor at a primary school in Hillingdon for just over 10 years as well as being instrumental in the setting up of a new primary school for 2018 in the local area called Harrow View.  My length of time at the school is testament to the very special love I have for its inclusive ethos.



Rebecca ClearyMiss Rebecca Cleary

Deputy Headteacher, Curriculum and Assessment

Having completed a BSc in Geography at Queen Mary’s University and remembering the impact my own teachers had on both my academic and personal development, I decided to embark on a career in teaching. I was fortunate to be placed at Hatch End High School as part of my PGCE with the Institute of Education in 2010 and over the years have held many different roles and responsibilities as part of our school community. These roles have included; Head of Geography, Head of the Humanities Faculty, Teacher Governor and Induction Tutor and Assistant Headteacher. Currently as Deputy Headteacher- Curriculum and Assessment I am privileged to work with our dedicated staff to ensure teaching and learning is underpinned by effective researched informed practice. It is my belief that through an ambitious, diverse and inclusive curriculum offer we can ensure our students are inspired, motivated and empowered with the knowledge and skills to embark successfully upon their next stage in their learning journey, be it higher education or the world of work.



Deputy headteacher 3Ms Rebecca Cozens

Deputy Headteacher, Inclusion and Provision

I started working at Hatch End High School over twenty years ago as a Geography teacher.  I have taken on a number of roles within the school including Head of the Lower School and SENCO and am now very proud to be Deputy Headteacher - Inclusion and Provision.  I am responsible for ensuring that students who have educational or emotional special needs receive the very best support. I am the registered Designated Safeguarding Lead.  Keeping our young people safe and happy in and outside school is, I believe, absolutely key to outstanding learning and growing up to be active citizens in the world. I am also a Governor at the Jubilee Academy in Harrow, an alternative free school set up by the Harrow Academies in which Hatch End High School plays a key role.


Assistant HeadteacherMr Peter Richards

Assistant Headteacher, Sixth Form / Key Stage 5

After working in graphic design and social care, I began my teaching career in the most northerly part of Namibia and have since amassed over twenty years of experience in teaching Economics and Business Studies in three very different London secondary schools and the London School of Economics and Political Science.  I was appointed at Hatch End High School in March 2006.  I have been responsible for establishing the Sixth Form and watching it grow to being one of the most successful Post 16 centres in the country being regularly in the top 10% and even 2% of schools in the country for the progress students make.   I enjoy working as part of the wider Harrow Collegiate and believe that partnership and collaboration for all our young people is the only way to sustain school improvement.   My daily motivation is still fuelled by my conviction in the positive transformative power of education.



Assistant headteacher 4Mr David Robinson 

Assistant Headteacher, Key Stage 4

I started my teaching career at Hatch End High School as a newly qualified teacher in 2008, teaching Psychology at Key Stage 5 as well as Religion and Ethics at Key Stages 3 and 4. During this time I have been offered countless opportunities to engage in my own professional development and work on a variety of different projects and initiatives to raise student outcomes. These include: overseeing the Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education /Citizenship Programme in the Sixth Form, followed by successfully securing the role of Head of Citizenship in 2010 a subject which is key at Hatch End High School and has national recognition for its fantastic practice. In 2012 I was promoted to the Head of Faculty for Social Sciences as well as having whole school responsibility for ‘Student Voice’. Working closely with other experienced middle leaders and leading a larger team has exposed me to invaluable experience. Since September 2015, I have been working as an Assistant Headteacher. I spent the first three years on the SLT with responsibility for raising standards and interventions.  Since September 2018, I have taken on the role of Head of Key Stage 4, where I have responsibility for the pastoral and academic progress of students in Year 9, 10 and 11.  I am fully aligned with the school’s inclusive values and am glad to be part of the excellent staff body serving Hatch End High School.



Tom murrellMr Thomas Murrell

Assistant Headteacher, Key Stage 3

After graduating from Brunel University with a BSc in Sports Science, I began a career in business sales and client relations.   After a short time in industry it became clear to me that my preference was to be involved in a profession where I could make a difference and help others. Following this decision, I went back to Brunel University to complete my Post Graduate Certificate in Education to become a teacher of Physical Education. My first teaching placement was at a nearby Harrow school and since then I have never looked back. Hatch End High is now the third Harrow high school I have worked in, and during my time in the borough I have held a variety of different responsibilities including Year Co-ordinator and Joint Head of Sports Studies. I am delighted to have joined Hatch End High School in May 2020 as Assistant Headteacher - Key Stage 3.  I am passionate about helping our students to make a positive transition into secondary school and supporting them to fully embrace the school’s ‘WE CARE’ ethos, thereby enabling them to develop into young people who are caring, ambitious and continually striving to reach their goals in life.


Louise Jeffs editedMrs Louise Jeffs

Assistant Headteacher, Teaching & Learning, CPD 

After studying Geography at Exeter University I had a successful 10 year career in public relations.  However, my love of geography and a desire to really make a difference led me to train at a teacher at the Institute of Education in London. At Hatch End I have held several roles; most recently as a senior leader responsible for teaching and learning. I have been privileged to work with colleagues from schools across London and Higher Education Institutions; supporting and challenging teachers as they have developed into reflective and research informed classroom practitioners.  I have a strong belief that the best teachers continue to see themselves as learners and as teaching becomes an increasingly research informed profession I have been driven by a desire to ensure that collaborative professionalism lies at the heart of how schools engage with this research. I have spent the last three years leading learning in an all through international school in Jakarta, Indonesia.  This time in such a diverse country has been a very enriching experience, both personally and professionally; I have learned a great deal and have grown in my role as a geography teacher, international educator and leader of teaching and learning.  I have been exposed to different curricula and pedagogies in a range of contexts and have developed a real understanding of how we can support students’ learning and personal growth.  I feel very privileged to be able to return to Hatch End High and I am looking forward to sharing my learning with colleagues at a school  that places so much emphasis on colleagues learning together to support students to be the best they can be.

Emma Camplejohn   website 2 IMG 4956Miss Emma Camplejohn

Assistant Headteacher, Teaching & Learning, ITT

I started working at Hatch End High School in September 2022 at Assistant Headteacher for Teaching and Learning, after being Lead Practitioner for a school in East London.  I completed my PGCE in Secondary Geography Education in 2009 and have worked at three contrasting London schools in various different roles first as Geography Teacher, then Head of Geography and most recently as Lead Practitioner with a whole school teaching and learning focus. I enjoy understanding how learning happens and recognising the importance of pedagogy in making learning accessible to students.  I believe that education plays a fundamental role in improving the life chances of our students and in supporting them to become the best they can be.



A Hilsenrath   websiteMr Adam Hilsenrath

Assistant Headteacher, Timetabling, and ICT

Having graduated from the University of Oxford with a BA in History, I felt inspired by the love of learning that my school teachers had instilled in me and pursued a career in education. I completed my PGDE in Secondary Mathematics Education with the Institute of Education through Teach First and have since taught Maths, Further Maths, History and even some Politics. Across my career I have held a range of roles in both pastoral and academic areas of school life, and was delighted to join Hatch End High School in January 2024 as Assistant Headteacher focusing on timetabling and IT provision. I am constantly motivated both by the joy and enthusiasm that learning can bring and the enormous positive impact that education can have on the lifelong outcomes of all pupils.

M BeccanMrs Misha Beccan

Associate Assistant Headteacher, Raising Aspirations

After leaving Hatch End High School as a student, I ventured into the catering industry before pursuing my love for creative design, earning a Bachelor's degree in Graphic Design and Illustration from the University of Hertfordshire. I have always had a deep-seated interest in working with young people so in 2007, I completed my PGCE at the University of Greenwich, leading to a fulfilling teaching position back at Hatch End. Over the years, I have held various roles, including Head of Food Preparation and Nutrition, Head of Health and Social Care, and Head of Year, while also serving as a Professional Mentor for Early career teachers and supporting with initial teacher training for a short time. In 2023, a secondment to a senior leadership role allowed me to spearhead initiatives, the Dream Forward Programme and Hatch End Extend, alongside supporting senior colleagues in developing the whole-school rewards initiative. Securing a role in 2024 as an Associate Assistant Headteacher is a source of immense pride, especially as the very first permanent black member of the Senior Leadership team following in the footsteps of Yvonne who is a true inspiration. My passion and dedication to holistic development and leading the KS3 Raising Attainment Programme, HEHS Extend and Enrichment initiatives fully align with the schools overall vision and core values in nurturing our students to excel academically and progress as individuals throughout their school journey and beyond.

B FarrarMr Ben Farrar

Associate Assistant Headteacher, Assessment

After graduating from the University of Birmingham with a BMus in Music, I wanted a career that was rewarded by making a positive difference to the lives of others. Inspired by the lifelong impact and endless enthusiasm of my own teachers, I decided to train to be a teacher. I completed my PGCE at Cambridge University, where I later studied for a Masters in Educational Research, exploring the impact of COVID-19 on Year 10 progress in Mathematics. I have since taught Maths and Music in three very different schools across Cambridgeshire and Harrow and have held a range of positions in both academic and pastoral areas of school life. I believe education is key to equipping future generations with the skills necessary to become resilient and aspirational individuals with a strong sense of moral purpose, and it is a privilege to help our young people everyday to realise and exceed their ambitions.

Ian Wells for poster   July 2024Mr Ian Wells

Senior Associate Leader

How do you arrive somewhere? At school I was always puzzled as to why my exam results did not reflect what I believed was my understanding of the subjects. I found out, when undertaking my degree, that I was dyslexic. Once that had been explained to me, I could appreciate a lot more of who I am. My degree was in Fine Art which I studied at West Surrey College of Art and Design having turned down a place at Goldsmith College of Art & also to study Psychology at Dundee. On leaving with my degree in hand, I was offered a job creating the special effects for a new film at Pinewood studios. I turned this down to instead crew a yacht for 5 months. My friend who accepted the job is now one of the top specialist effects designers in the world. Were these all mistakes? I drifted into the animation industry where I found each project a joy. I had found my place and it enabled a lifestyle of highly paid work followed by a period of travel. This was my life for 8 years. In marrying my wonderful wife I was guided into a different life approach and trained as a design technology teacher. My interests led to me becoming an Information Technology/Computing curriculum leader, then a local authority advisor. During the 9 years as an advisor I became an Ofsted Inspector and a contributor to various government education projects. I returned to working directly in schools as an assistant headteacher, being part of the leadership team that moved the school from inadequate to good. In January 2024 I thought of retirement but here I am.  I believe it is important to enjoy what you do and always be open to the different opportunities life has to offer. If you do not grow, if you do not make mistakes, if you are not adaptable or if you are not always learning, then life is dull!