The leadership team consists of Mr L Gray (Principal), Mr R Eost (Head of School),  Mrs A Page (Deputy Headteacher), Mrs R McGhie (Assistant Headteacher) and Miss Cotterill (Assistant Headteacher).

Each member of the team has general leadership responsibilities related to the efficient operation of systems and processes at Studley High School, combined with specific areas of whole school responsibilities.

Mr L Gray : Principal

Mr L Gray

Principal

Mr Lee Gray has a BSc in Zoology from Nottingham University and an MSc in Biological Anthropology from Durham. He completed his PGCE at Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education in 1998. He started his career at Chipping Campden School becoming an Advanced Skills Teacher, before teaching overseas in Thailand and then Monaco. On return to the UK he worked at Tudor Grange Solihull before taking up his first headship at Studley in 2014. He became Principal in 2019.

Key responsibilities include: Strategic overview of the Shires Academy Trust and Shires TSA, Accountability of all schools within the Trust.


Mr R Eost : Headteacher

Mr R Eost

Headteacher

Mr Richard Eost has BA (Hons) in Physical Education (QTS) form University College Chichester. He started his career at Eggar's School in Alton Hampshire. Mr Eost moved from Eggar's in 2012 to become an Assistant Headteacher at Studley High School. He then took on the role of Deputy Head in 2016 and became Headteacher in 2019.

Key responsibilities include:

Strategic oversight and development of School Development Plan, Designated Safeguard Lead, Pupil Behaviour, Recruitment, Options, Curriculum, Staff Wellbeing.


Mrs Page : Deputy Head, Programme Lead for ITE

Mrs Page

Deputy Head, Programme Lead for ITE

Mrs Amy Page has a BA in East Mediterranean History from The University of Birmingham and was awarded the University's Byzantine Award for her work on Greek women throughout history. She completed her PGCE at The University of Warwick. She started her career at Studley High School as a newly qualified teacher. In 2011, she was promoted to Curriculum Area Leader of Humanities. Amy began her leadership role in 2014 and took on the role of Deputy Head in 2019.

Key responsibilities include:
Designated Safeguarding Lead, ITT Lead, QA, T&L, Staff Development, CPD/INSET, Events, SMSC Provision.


Mrs R McGhie : Assistant Headteacher

Mrs R McGhie

Assistant Headteacher

Mrs Rachel McGhie was previously the Head of Faculty for English, Languages and the Arts at Henley in Arden school, with over 11 years of secondary teaching experience and over 9 years experience of subject leadership. She is currently responsible for Teaching and Learning, allowing her to support colleagues at different stages in their careers in a range of subject areas. Her areas of specialism involve English curriculum planning, monitoring the progress of pupils and supporting colleagues to develop their classroom practice.

Key responsibilities include: Teaching & Learning, Pupil Premium, Attendance, CPD, Whole School Literacy.


Miss L Cotterill : Assistant Headteacher

Miss L Cotterill

Assistant Headteacher

Miss Louisa Cotterill has a First Class BA (Hons) degree in Geography from Royal Holloway, University of London. On completion she achieved a PGCE in Secondary Geography from the University of Birmingham, and recently qualified to become a Teacher Effectiveness Enhancement trainer (TEEP) for the Schools, Students, and Teachers' Network (SSAT). Miss Cotterill started her career at Trinity High School in Redditch where she was Head of Geography and Head of House before moving to Baverstock School and Sixth Form Centre in Birmingham as Head of Humanities. She spent 6 year as Lead Humanities and then co- lead of teaching and learning at Alcester Academy before taking her new role at Studley High School.

Key responsibilities include: CPD, Teaching & Learning and Pupil Leadership.