Nick BullenChair of Governors
BA (Hons) CEO and founder of Spun Gold TV, a leading UK independent production company. Co-founder of the world’s first royal video on demand service, True Royalty.
Kate PrykeDeputy Chair of Governors, Chair of Pastoral, Safeguarding
MA (Oxon) STEP
After a career in marketing and advertising Adam returned to Suffolk to develop and diversify his family business. His interests now include farming, hospitality and property.
Nicola HarrisonEducation, Pre-Prep
BSc. Econ. (Hons) Studied at LSE, Managing Director in Deutsche Bank’s Sales & Trading Investment Banking division. Retired in 2009 to enjoy time with four young sons.
MA (Cantab) Head of Oundle School, previously Warden of Forest School, London, Housemistress and Director of Studies at St Edward’s Oxford.
Duncan LiddellChair of Governance
BA (Hons) (Oxon) Partner, Ashurst LLP (international law firm): Advises large international companies on business critical M&A and regulatory investigations.
Mr Innes MacAskillH & S, Pastoral
B.Ed (Hons) Former Head of Belhaven Hill and Beeston Hall Prep Schools. Taught History and former runner-up as Tatler Head of the Year.
Louise MartinBursaries, Learning Support/SENco
MA (Oxon) in modern languages. Worked at Man Investment until moving to Suffolk and having a son. Work on an ad hoc basis for family engineering business.
Edward MasonChair of Marketing, OBH Society
Fellow, RSA. BA (Hons) Dunelm. President, Durham Debating Union. Founder, Sequitur: working with global organisations using milestones to shape future success.
Housemistress at Wycombe Abbey School, previously Housemistress at Queenswood School. BSc Hons (Loughborough University) and PGCE (University Campus Suffolk).
Christopher MinterChair of Finance
MA (Cantab).FCA Management Board member of Swiss Re Group overseeing M&A and a USD 3bn private equity portfolio; joint-master of the Suffolk Hunt
Nick PageChair of Education
BA (Hons), PGCE, MCIL Deputy Head (Co-Curriculum), Westminster School. BA (Hons) French, Spanish, Russian – University of Nottingham. PGCE – Queens’ College, Cambridge.