The Stapleford Centre employs experienced teachers and graduates from within a number of disciplines. We are keen to nurture and develop the skills of those who wish to work in the Christian education field. Staff internships and short-term placements are available for suitably qualified individuals. For a general discussion of what it is like to work at The Stapleford Centre, please contact David Morton.
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The Stapleford Centre employs a number of full time and part time staff including authors, illustrators and a range of administrative staff.
Before becoming the Director of The Stapleford Centre David taught for 19 years in primary schools. He has been the headteacher of two church schools. His areas of expertise include Christian leadership in schools, personal and professional development as well as facilitating and developing Christian educational practice.
Robin's main degree is in Theology. A passionate netizen and Christian advocate, Robin takes an active interest in the intersection of faith, spirituality, society and the public square. Robin’s work as Associate Director leads him to support a range of projects and activities including taking responsibility for the Centre's business development and external communications.
Sue is an experienced English and Drama teacher who is working with the Bible Society to create interactive study guides for ‘A’ level English Literature texts. Accessed through Crossref-it.info the study guides provide students with the context in which each text was written.
Trevor works for the Transforming Lives Project which is run by The Stapleford Centre on behalf of The Jerusalem Trust. Transforming Lives seeks to help Christians explore the vocation of teaching and provides distinctive Christian thinking about national educational issues.