Art – Diana Brook
Diana has vast experience as a Head of Art and Assistant Headteacher at Sir Thomas Picton School. She is WJEC moderator for GCSE and A-Level Art. She is also involved in local arts projects and initiatives, and during lockdown became nationally-recognised for her charitable work as Narberth’s ‘Rainbow Fairy’.
Biology – Wayne Phillips
Wayne is a highly experienced Biology teacher who has been both Assistant Headteacher, and leader of Science with a Biology specialism at Sir Thomas Picton School. Wayne is responsible for staff development and training at Redhill.
Chemistry / Physics – Meg Hollinger
Meg previously taught Science at Cwmtawe School in Neath Port Talbot and worked for some years at Acland Burghley School in Camden, London where she was a leader for Science. Meg is a WJEC Team Leader for GCSE Chemistry, and also delivers Psychology and Physics at Redhill High. She is Progress Leader for our Sixth Form. Meg also runs OreKnot Creative Hub in Carmarthen.
Computer Science / French – Daniel Esteve
Daniel has great experience as both a teacher, school manager and educational adviser, teaching a range of subjects including Computer Science and ICT. Originally from Nantes, France, Daniel teaches Modern Foreign Languages and also Psychology and Sociology. Daniel has also worked for Ofsted.
Drama – Sian Selby
Sian was Head of Drama at St. Michael’s School, and taught English at Olchfa School in Swansea, as well as various international schools. She was also a Housemistress at Badminton School in Bristol and is the talented writer of our school productions.
English – Christina Morgan
Christina has taught at Ysgol Uwchradd Aberteifi and Pembrokeshire College. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from Cardiff University and is a WJEC GCSE examiner for English Literature. Christina is Progress Leader for the Lower School with an emphasis on transition.
French / Spanish – Marta Valavazquez
Marta is a Spanish native who has also lived and worked in France. She taught for some years at a local independent school and Pembrokeshire College, and has also worked at Aberystwyth University as a translator. Marta is a GCSE Spanish examiner.
Geography – Pat Codd
Pat has wide-ranging experience as a Head of Geography and Head of Key Stage 3 at Ysgol Dewi Sant for many years. She is a keen exponent of outdoors learning in the subject.
History – Alun and Beth Millington
Alun Millington was Head of History and Humanities at Llangatwg School in Neath, and Principal Examiner for WJEC GCSE History. He is now Reviser for GCSE Eduqas History. Beth was Head of Historical Studies at Gorseinon College, Swansea and Gower College, and Head of History at St. Michael’s School.
LAMDA – Clare Hargrave
Clare is a LAMDA examiner and currently provides LAMDA for Llandovery College and St. Michael’s School.
Maths – Scott Hammett
Scott was Head of Maths at Tasker Millward School, and has also taught IT and worked as a Head of Year. He is Progress Leader for the Upper School, and also Data Manager and Exams Officer at Redhill High. Scott is a keen and talented chess player.
Music – Phil Orrin
Phil has been Deputy Warden at Llandovery College and also Director of Music there. He was previously Head of Music at Bishopston and Penyrheol Schools in Swansea, and is currently Musical Director of Mumbles A Cappella choirs, Assistant MD of Valley Rock Voices in Neath and Llanelli and Choirmaster/organist at St Peter’s Church in Mumbles, Swansea. Phil takes GCSE and A Level Music.
Music – Adam Gilbert
Adam has an extensive background as a singer and singing teacher. He has worked for the Glyndebourne Opera, appeared at Wexford Festival Opera and performed for Opra Cymru at the National Eisteddfod of Wales. He has been part of the Scottish National Opera and the International Musical Eisteddfod, performing as a baritone. Adam teaches Lower School Music.
PE – Anna Rue
Prior to relocating to her home county of Pembrokeshire, Anna taught PE at Pencoed School, Bridgend, and Bishop Gore School and Pontarddulais Schools in Swansea. She has extensive coaching experience and is a Duke of Edinburgh leader.
Physics / PE – Dylan Kenworthy
Dylan hails from Manchester and is a Physics graduate and qualified teacher with a great passion in the subject. Highly experienced in outward bounds education, he worked for some years in the Lake District and is also a Duke of Edinburgh leader and instructor. Dylan also teaches PE at Redhill High.
Politics – Rhian Jenkins
Dylan hails from Manchester Rhian has a Politics and International Relations degree and has taught at Ysgol Y Strade in Llanelli. A fluent Welsh speaker, Rhian also plays rugby for the Scarlets in Llanelli.
Religious Studies – Siw Williams
Siw has extensive experience as a teacher of Religious Studies at Gorseinon College, Swansea and, latterly, at Llandovery College. She has a broad pastoral, academic and management experience, and a keen interest in student wellbeing and counselling.
Welsh – Claire Wyatt
Claire has a joint honours degree in Welsh and English. Claire teaches Welsh to GCSE, and also delivers PSHE lessons across the school. She offers literacy support lessons and student mentoring where required.