Andrew McGregorMA (Cantab), PGCE, JP
Chair of Governors, Safeguarding Governor
Following school at University College School, Hampstead, Andrew read Classics at Pembroke College, Cambridge. He began his teaching career at Brentwood School before joining Harrow School in 1987, where he taught for three decades. He was House Master of The Head Master’s before his appointment to Harrow’s Senior Management Team in September 2012. As Senior Tutor, he oversaw Safeguarding and Child Protection as well as other areas of pastoral care and pupil welfare. Andrew takes a keen interest in all forms of sport. He is a published playwright with a love of musical theatre and sings with Chelmsford Cathedral Choir. Andrew is Governor at two other leading prep schools and sits as a Magistrate in NW London. He joined the Board in 2019.
Nick PageBA (Hons), PGCE, MCIL
Vice Chair of Governors, Chair of Education Committee
Nick grew up in Suffolk and was educated at Ipswich School, before moving to Nottingham University to study French, Russian and Spanish. Having completed his PGCE at Queens’ College, Cambridge, he began his teaching career at Harrow School. Nick fulfilled a number of roles at Harrow, including, Head of Modern Languages, Commanding Officer of the Harrow Rifle Corps and Senior Head of Subject, as well as remaining heavily involved in the School’s co-curricular life, in particular coaching rugby, football and polo. In 2014 Nick was appointed to Harrow’s Senior Management Team with responsibility for the day-to-day academic running of the school and with oversight of all matters relating to Higher Education. In 2017, Nick moved to Westminster School, where he served until the summer of 2021 as Deputy Head (Co-curricular) and Director of Communications. In September 2021, Nick returned to Harrow School, where he is now Deputy Head Master.
In his own time, Nick is to be found either in Suffolk, where he lives when not at work in Harrow, or on a running track or ski piste. Nick enjoys travel, reading, the theatre and learning new languages. He joined the Board in 2014.
Penny grew up in Essex and attended Bishop’s Stortford College. After leaving school Penny worked in US equity sales for 12 years before moving into organising financial roadshows for Media Tree and then to Apax Partners as Head of Events and Corporate Partnerships.
Penny now runs her own logistics company and combines this with working for her family’s tourist attraction, Mountfitchet Castle.
Penny and her husband moved to Suffolk from London and in her spare time enjoys playing the piano, gardening and spending time with her family.
Penny is a current parent with a son in Pre-Prep and joined the Board in 2019.
Camilla EwartBSc (Hons), LLB (Hons)
Health & Safety Governor and Chair of Finance & General Purposes Committee
Camilla studied Agricultural Business Management at Wye College, before spending 10 years in Institutional Equity Sales, covering the US stock market. Camilla then became a Freight Derivatives broker at GFI Group, before a return to education to study Law. Camilla practised briefly as a barrister, specialising in the financial element of family law. The arrival of her second daughter brought a change of focus, resulting in a family move back to Suffolk. Prior to having children, Camilla was an enthusiastic point to point jockey, and more recently has enjoyed trialling and working her cocker spaniels. Both daughters are keen members of the Essex & Suffolk Pony Club.
Camilla joined the Board in 2019.
Miss Hannah Fox
Mrs Sally Greenlees
Sarah Kerr-DineenMA (Cantab)
Following a primary education under her headmaster father, Sarah was educated at Steyning Grammar School in West Sussex from which she went on to read English at Trinity College, Cambridge, and to study for a DPhil at Christ Church College, Oxford. Her husband’s career as a Director of Music took the family to Kelly College, Tavistock, and St Edward’s Oxford, with Sarah teaching alongside for the Open University and then in schools. She was Assistant Head of English at Oxford High School, the inaugural Housemistress of a new girls’ Boarding House at St Edward’s and finally Director of Studies, before being appointed Warden of Forest School, London, in 2009. Sarah was appointed Head of Oundle School in 2015.
Sarah and her husband have four children and a growing posse of grandchildren. She joined the Board in 2017.
Duncan LiddellBA (Oxon)
Chair of Governance
After a Scottish education at Glenalmond College, Duncan read Jurisprudence at Balliol College, Oxford. He is a partner at Ashurst LLP, the international law firm, and advises large companies on a range of board level matters including mergers and acquisitions, regulatory investigations, and regulatory litigation. He was previously in-house counsel at Sky. Duncan loves participating and watching sports of all kinds.
Duncan joined the Board in 2015.
Mr James Moore
Finance & General Purposes Committee
Fergus lives in Suffolk. Having attended Orwell Park School and St Edward’s, Oxford, he read Modern Languages at Bristol University. As an undergraduate, Fergus organised and participated in sponsor-funded mountaineering and travel expeditions. As a result, Fergus has a mountain named after him and his brother has two Guinness World Records in respect of exploring (but now only three toes)! Fergus is fluent in French, Spanish and Italian.
Having trained at PricewaterhouseCoopers as a Chartered Accountant, Fergus specialised in personal and corporate tax. He has since gained financial experience in diverse sectors: from online gambling, industrial property development, to manufacturing. He has also acquired broad management experience in small to medium-sized businesses, and is a partner of his family farm partnership in Suffolk.
Fergus enjoys providing financial oversight to senior business executives, and has fulfilled a number of non-executive support roles throughout his career to date. He has advised Construction, HR, Financial Services and Engineering businesses.
Fergus joined the Board in January 2023.