Introducing the Logic Leadership Team:

John Cadogan:

Position: Vice-Principal

Having moved to West London to attend Brunel University in 1995, John made the decision to relocate permanently after being offered a teaching job at Feltham Community College in 1999. Since then he has worked at Feltham in a variety of capacities including Teacher of PE and ICT; Achievement Co-ordinator; Lead Teacher for Enrichment and Employment; and more recently as a member of Feltham’s Senior Leadership Team.

John will be bringing his wide and varied experience to the position of Vice Principal at Logic.

And, out of the classroom, whom would he most want to have dinner with?  “Tim Berners Lee – to discuss with him his thoughts on whether he thought his intervention of the internet would have such a big impact on society at the time.”

Victoria Griffin

Position: Vice Principal

After working and travelling following her A Levels, Victoria then went to Cambridge University to read English and Education.  Here she developed a genuine passion for literature, as well as conducting some really interesting research about the aspirations of 14-15 year olds.  After university she completed the Teach First programme at Feltham Community College and has been teaching in Hampton for nine years.

Victoria will bring her love of English to Logic, as Assistant Principal – English.

And, out of the classroom, whom would she most want to have dinner with? “Jean Rhys – as she is one of my favourite writers.  She was born in the Caribbean and her life was difficult, even tragic.  She disappeared from public view for many years and I would love to know what she did during this time.  She has a lot to say about the emotional plight of women and I would love to chat with her about this!”

Hannah Vanderman

Position:  Director Of Sixth Form

After studying University, Hannah joined TeachFirst and became one of the most celebrated English teachers in the country.

Hannah is particularly interested in literacy and ensuring and that young people keep reading!

And, out of the classroom, whom would she most want to have dinner with?

“I’m hugely interested in exploring and dangerous journeys, and would love to be able to talk one of the great adventurers like Shackleton or Marco Polo. I also love ancient history and have always been fascinated by Aristotle, who wrote on an absurdly wide range of topics and was profoundly wise on all of them.”

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