We are pleased to introduce three recent additions to our staff team.
Charis Beynon, Compliance Officer
‘My sons Isaac and Jed benefited so much from their time at Heritage – the relationships with other pupils and teachers, what they learnt, and the environment in which it all took place. I want many other families to gain just like we did. My employment history is in the highly regulated worlds of Medical Devices and then Health Economics consultancy. My role at Heritage is to assist the Trustees and Senior Leadership in ensuring we meet – and can prove that we meet – the evolving regulatory requirements for schools. It might not sound very exciting, but it’s the safe structure within which all the joy and life and learning of Heritage can take place.’
Meg Lowe, Senior School Music Teacher
‘I am really excited about returning to the classroom and am particularly thrilled to be doing that at Heritage. Having spent 12 years teaching in a big comprehensive in London, it’s wonderful to be in a smaller school, where every child is known well. I’m so looking forward to helping the pupils develop as singers, and introducing them to a range of musical styles. When not in school, I spend most of my time trying to help keep the family ‘on the road’, as well as being involved in the church my husband pastors. I also love all things French, the wilds of Scotland and North Norfolk, family games, and I’m trying to complete Couch to 5K after I drop off our girls in the morning at Heritage!’
Catherine Kang, Marketing Officer
‘Since moving to the Cambridge area from New York three years ago, I have met so many families whose children attended Heritage or are currently here, so even before I was hired, I had been hearing about what a unique school it is. Managing Heritage’s marketing efforts is a welcome opportunity for me after spending several years at home with my two boys. I spent most of my career working on communications for large companies, but being in a small, nurturing educational setting like Heritage feels like just the right place for me now.’