Caroline graduated from Aberdeen University with an MA in Geography with Economics. She spent the first 15 years of her working life in retail management holding operational management roles to Operations Director level with Habitat Designs Ltd and Maples plc. For 10 years Caroline worked for the Appointment Commission acting as an independent assessor on appointment panels for non-executive directors. Caroline has spent the last 20 years working in the voluntary sector. Until March 2012 Caroline worked for Common Purpose a leadership development organisation working across all sectors. From March 2012 to October 2015 Caroline was CEO of Quartet Community Foundation (QCF) working in Bristol, Bath & NE Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. QCF works to match donors with local charities and organisations supporting the causes they care about. Since October 2015 Caroline took on the role of Treasurer of The Society of Merchant Venturers in Bristol. The Society works across greater Bristol and is responsible for nine schools educating over 4,000 young people, supporting over 5,000 older people in care homes, Almshouses and care at home, distributing over £250k in small grants each year as well as supporting Social Investment.
Caroline is a Deputy Lieutenant for Gloucestershire and a Governor of Colston School and Venturers Trust in Bristol. Both her children attended Wycliffe Preparatory School and her son attended the Senior School until he completed his GCSE’s.
Richard (OW 1977-1989) spent his childhood in Gloucestershire and started his Wycliffe education in Lower Prep.
Simon is a solicitor specialising in employment law and is serving as HR Director at a local company.
Lynn is a retired Prep School Headteacher. She graduated from the University of London with a degree in Biological Sciences and a PGCE in Science Education.
Lewis Faulkner studied Biological Sciences at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford before completing his PGCE at New College, Oxford.
Will was educated at Charterhouse, studied Agricultural Sciences at Newcastle University and served in the British Army.
Lucy was educated at Charlton Park, Cheltenham and went to Wycliffe for 6th form.
Alison (OW, 1994-2011) attended Wycliffe from Nursery through to Sixth Form and went on to study English Literature and Drama at University in Cardiff.
Simon, an OW, studied Estate Management at Reading University following which he joined a surveying practice in Birmingham.
Educated at Birkenhead School and Oxford University (LMH), Graeme has been involved in teaching since 1990.
John is a campaigner, storyteller, teacher, youth worker, independent diplomat, writer and broadcaster who has spent his career working with and for young people in the UK and around the world.
Andrea was educated at Saint Mary’s Covent and then King’s School, Worcester before going on to study Geography and Biology at Exeter University.
James has enjoyed a career as a Chartered Building Surveyor working on the design, repair and maintenance of many different types of property with a particular emphasis on School facilities and Historic Buildings.