Mr. James Martin is the Senior Deputy Head at Eltham College, a senior management position that involves assisting the Headmaster in the overall leadership and management of the school. He is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the school, which includes overseeing the academic, pastoral and co-curricular aspects of the school. He manages and supervises staff, implements policies and procedures, and works with other Heads of Departments to develop and implement strategies to improve student achievement and school performance. Mr. Martin is a key leader in the school, who can take over the leadership of Eltham College in the absence of the Headmaster.
Information for Parents
The table below is intended to provide guidance on which member of staff is the most appropriate person to contact in different circumstances.
Email is usually the most efficient means of communication. You can contact your son or daughter’s form tutor directly by email. Each form group takes the tutor’s initials and these initials provide the email address, followed by the stem @eltham-college.org.uk. Alternatively, School Reception can be contacted on 020 8857 1455. Please note that many contacts also teach and may well be unable to respond immediately.
Deputy Heads can be contacted via email, please see their details below:
Mrs. Massey is the Deputy Head at Eltham College and is responsible for overseeing the pastoral care and well-being of students within the school. This includes responsibilities such as managing student behaviour, discipline, and attendance, as well as supporting students with any personal or social issues they may be facing. Mrs. Massey is responsible for overseeing the school’s guidance and counselling services and works closely with other staff members to ensure that students are receiving the support and resources they need to succeed academically and socially. She is also responsible for working with students and families to develop and implement strategies to promote positive behaviours and academic success.
Mrs. Kathryn Nutbeem is the Deputy Head Academic at Eltham College and is responsible for overseeing the academic performance and achievement of students within the school. This includes responsibilities such as setting academic standards and policies, monitoring student progress and performance, and working with teachers and other staff members to ensure that students are receiving a high-quality education. Mrs. Nutbeem is responsible for overseeing curriculum development, assessment, and data analysis, as well as working with other school leaders to develop and implement strategies to improve student achievement and academic outcomes.
Mr. James Willatt is the Deputy Head Co-Curricular at Eltham College, and is responsible for overseeing the extracurricular activities, clubs, and programs offered at the school. This includes developing and implementing policies for extracurricular activities, managing budgets and resources, and working with students, teachers, and other staff members to coordinate and plan events and activities. Mr. Willatt is responsible for overseeing the school’s community service programs and works closely with other Heads of Departments to ensure that the school’s extracurricular activities align with the school’s mission and goals.
|Absence: Illness or planned medical appointment||Please email [email protected] and the Form Tutor|
|Messages: From parents to their child/ren||Please email [email protected] or call the school office on 020 8857 1455|
|Absence: Request for more than one day’s leave of absence.
NB Term dates are published well in advance on our website. We only authorise absence in term time under exceptional circumstances
|Please email the relevant Head of Section:
Lower School: Mr James Chesterton, [email protected]
Middle School: Ms Melinda Pokorny, [email protected]
Sixth Form: Mrs Corisande Scott-Blount, [email protected]
|General concerns: for example, problems with organisation, lost property, minor friendship problems, mild anxiety, administrative change in family circumstances||Please email your child’s Form Tutor|
|More serious concerns: for example, peer pressure, bullying, persistent feelings of stress or anxiety, important changes in family circumstances||Please email the Deputy Head of Section:
Year 7, Mrs Naomi Colwell, [email protected]
Year 8, Miss Elena Haste, [email protected]
Year 9, Miss Kirsten Richard, [email protected]
Year 10, Miss Lucy Clough, [email protected]
Year 11, Mrs Elizabeth Brooke, [email protected]
Year 12, Ms Katie Powis-Holt, [email protected]
Year 13, Mr James Stephenson, [email protected]
|Reports or grades: or academic issues||Please email your child’s Form Tutor in the first instance|
|Medical issues: Updating medical history, communicating physical or mental health needs.
Please note, if your child is unwell and needs to go home our nursing team will contact you. No student can go home during the day without permission.
|Please email the Senior School Lead Nurse Mrs Jenny McArdle [email protected]|
|Safeguarding: or child protection concerns||Please email the Deputy Head Pastoral, Designated Safeguarding Lead, Mrs Ann Massey [email protected]|
|Public Examinations||Please email the Examinations Officer Ms Eboni Ramharrack, [email protected]|
|University applications||Ms Miranda Williams [email protected]|
|Music||Please email the Music Administrator Mrs Judith Lewis: [email protected]|
|Sport||Please visit the Schools Sports website for team lists and fixtures: http://www.eltham-college-sports.org.uk
For general enquiries please email the Co-curricular Secretary, Mrs Claire Caple: [email protected] Saturday morning reporting of illness or other issues to the team coach: Please call 07714 589155 Please note that the phone will only be available on a Saturday morning.
|Trips||In the first instance, please contact the trip organiser as detailed in the letter.
Alternatively please email: Mr James Willatt, Deputy Head, Co-Curricular: [email protected]
|School Fees and Billing||In the first instance, please email the Finance Officer Mrs Jo Baltruschat: [email protected]|