New line up to learning team

New Honiton Community College teachers start at the school. Back L-R Tom Skelding, Peter Williams, Claire Carnell and Rob Robson. Front L-R Ian Browne, Shelley Walker, Pippa Wyatt and Rachel Smith. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 1823-20-14AW New Honiton Community College teachers start at the school. Back L-R Tom Skelding, Peter Williams, Claire Carnell and Rob Robson. Front L-R Ian Browne, Shelley Walker, Pippa Wyatt and Rachel Smith. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 1823-20-14AW

Tuesday, May 27, 2014
4:23 PM

Honiton Community College has announced a new line-up to its head of learning team.

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Teachers Rachel Smith (Year 11), Shelley Walker (Year 9), and Pippa Wyatt (Years 7 and 8) will join Tom Skelding (year 10) in leading their year groups from September after being appointed to the team.

A college spokesman said: “The new team will have a dual role in ensuring the best pastoral care for the students whilst placing even greater emphasis on their academic progress.”

They take over from Ian Browne, Peter Williams and Claire Carnell, who stepped down from their posts after providing years of support to the students and their teaching colleagues.

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