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Senior Leadership Team

Our highly professional staff are dedicated to ensuring that every student fulfils their God-given potential committed to the pursuit of excellence in teaching and learning throughout the curriculum.

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Mr C Clinton

I am proud and privileged to be Head Teacher of Archbishop Ilsley. I was appointed in April 2022 and began my headship on 1st January 2023. I am committed to all pupils honing their God given talents, being exposed to a range of opportunities and following their vocation, whatever it may be. I have been a Deputy Head Teacher of two outstanding schools over the last five years. I have worked in a range of schools in a variety of contexts, both in the Midlands and abroad. I am very much looking forward to supporting and serving the whole Archbishop Ilsley Catholic community over the coming years.

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Mr P Foley

It is a privilege to serve in the community that shaped me as a student. I am responsible for raising standards, personal development and Catholic life. Archbishop Ilsley is the fifth school I have served. My previous roles have included leading departments, factualities, pastoral care, safeguarding, sixth form, SEND and quality of education. I am devoted to my mission in Catholic education to enable our young people to grow their gifts, talents and skills so they can make the world around them a more peaceful, loving and joyful place.

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Mr A Morris

I have been at Archbishop Ilsley Catholic School since 2012. I lead on curriculum design and assessment at key stage 3 as well as ensuring the effective academic transition from year 6 to year 7. I also teach Geography.

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Mr J Simmons

I am proud to be a member of staff at Archbishop Ilsley Catholic school, and have been since 2005. Pupils deserve to learn, interact and develop in a secure, caring and enjoyable environment. Tolerance, understanding, discipline, resilience and forgiveness are central to the development of our pupils.

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Mr P Mcdonald

Having served in a variety of roles at Archbishop Ilsley, it is an honour to be the Assistant Head Teacher with responsibility for data. This includes monitoring the achievement and progress of students and reporting this to parents and carers. I have had the good fortune of attending Archbishop Ilsley as a student and can speak first-hand about how fantastic our school is in delivering the best outcomes for your child.

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Mr D Corrigan

I am Assistant head teacher in charge of Safeguarding and teach Physical Education and Religious Studies. I work closely with our LAC students and oversee Educational visits and trips. I am proud to work at Archbishop Ilsley and enjoy supporting all students to achieve their potential and assisting them to have the most successful futures possible.

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Mrs L Grant

Also a former student of Archbishop Ilsley Catholic School, I am extremely proud to be a part of its leadership team. I am an experienced teacher of both English and Media Studies from KS3-KS5 and I have held leadership roles within both curriculum areas. I currently have responsibility for Curriculum Development and am proud to be our Head of Sixth Form.  It is my aim that all students in our Sixth Form receive outstanding teaching and pastoral care and a wide variety of enrichment. It is a privilege to see our students become confident, engaged and articulate young adults and a joy to see them move on to their chosen path to university, apprenticeships or the workplace. You can feel confident that our students’ success and progress is our priority.

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Mr A Hicks

I joined Archbishop Ilsley back in March 2023 with a background of retail and commercial management experience.

I am proud to be part of such an amazing school and MAC who put their heart and soul into our staff and pupils.

My role here at ABI is to manage all of the support functions of the school, specifically ensuring that all of our school resources are allocated fairly and efficiently to give all of our pupils the best educational experience in Birmingham.

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