Senior Leadership Team
The Redland Green School staff are led by a Strategic Leadership Team.
BMus (Hons), MA Music Performance; PGCE
Louise Blundell joined Redland Green School (RGS) in January 2013 as Deputy Headteacher. She graduated from the University of Huddersfield with a BMus (Hons) and Masters degree in Music Performance before completing her PGCE in 2001 at Bath Spa University. Prior to joining RGS, Louise worked at a school in North Somerset for 12 years. Here she held a variety of different roles encompassing curriculum and pastoral responsibilities before becoming Assistant Headteacher.
Nick LindDeputy Headteacher
BA (Hons) MA PGCE NPQH
Nick studied Economic and Social History at Exeter University before starting a career in accountancy. Since completing his PGCE at Bristol University Nick has held various posts in schools in Bristol and North Somerset including Head of House, Deputy Head of Post 16 and Assistant Headteacher. He has also worked closely with the Bristol University PGCE department and has been a School Leader in Education for safeguarding. Nick joined Redland Green as Deputy Headteacher in September 2015 and has leadership responsibility for outcomes at Key Stage 3 and 4, admissions, attendance, school communications and, timetabling. Nick is also the school's Designated Safeguarding Lead and Designated Children-in-Care Teacher.
Jenna BushAssistant Headteacher KS3
BA (Hons) PGCE
Jenna studied for her degree in English Literature & Drama / Dance at De Montfort University and continued to complete a PGCE before coming to Bristol to teach at Kingsfield School in Kingswood. She then joined the Redland Green English department in 2010 and has fulfilled various roles including including KS3 coordinator for English, House Lead and now as Assistant Head has responsibility for KS3 across the school.
Tim CoxAssistant Headteacher KS4/ Business IT
BA Environmental Studies; MA Environmental Education; PGCE
Tim worked for a variety of wildlife conservation organisations for 12 years prior to becoming a teacher. He trained as a geography teacher at the University of Bristol in 2000 before relocating to Portsmouth to teach at King Richard School. In 2004 Tim travelled to New Zealand to teach at Rotorua Boys High School and then returned to the UK to teach briefly in North Somerset before joining Redland Green School in 2008 as a Teacher of IT. He was promoted to Curriculum Team Leader of Business Studies, IT, Economics and Politics in 2010. Currently Tim is Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for Key Stage 4. In addition Tim is tasked with managing our IT networks and promoting digital literacy in the school.
Owen TipladyAssistant Headteacher KS5
BA (Hons), PGCE
Owen, a business and economics specialist, is Assistant Headteacher for Post 16 at the Redland Green Learning Community.
He has worked in a number of secondary schools in East London and Bristol, and joined Redland Green School in 2008. He has held a number of different roles within the Post 16 team and is enthusiastic about facilitating students to achieve their full potential in all areas of the curriculum.
Richard KennettAssistant Headteacher for GGLT
BA (Hons), History, MA Education, PGCE
Richard studied History at Bristol University. Since completing his PGCE at Bristol University Richard has worked in various roles at Redland Green School. His current post is Assistant Headteacher with a focus on curriculum across the Gatehouse Green Learning Trust. Richard works extensively on a national level to promote and develop history teaching. He is a fellow of the Schools History Project and a member of the secondary committee of the Historical Association. Through these roles he delivers CPD at conferences and writes KS3 and KS4 textbooks.
Peter MunsieSenior Middle Leader - Personal Development
Health Science and GradDipEd in Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
Peter studied Health Science and GradDipEd in Personal, Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE) at the University of Western Sydney. Prior to joining RGS, Peter taught at various schools within Bristol and the NSW education system in Australia for 15 years, primarily as a senior leader in Student Wellbeing and Assistant Head. He joined RGS in 2014 in the Post of SENCo completing the Certificate of Education in Special Educational Needs. Peter has worked closely with the Local Authority in developing and implementing the national reforms to SEND across Bristol and within Redland Green School.