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We aim to provide children with a classical liberal education, regardless of background or ability.

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Senior Registrar and Office Manager of the Primaries, Angela Evangelos

 

Ms Evangelos graduated with a first class honors degree in Mathematics from the University of Southampton. After graduating, Angela spent ten years working as a Financial Controller in the Investment Banking Industry where she qualified as a Chartered Management Accountant. After leaving the Investment Banking world, Angela worked as a Bursar at a nearby independent GCSE and Sixth Form college before joining the team here at the WLFSP. She has two sons and in her spare time she is a keen baker and likes to travel. 

  

Administrative Assistant, Susan Adamson

 

 

Ms Adamson has worked in Education since leaving college. Susan initially worked in the classroom with children with Emotional and Behavioural difficulties, and children with special needs.  Over the years Susan progressed into Administration within the education setting having previously worked as the Deputy Office Manager at a nearby Secondary school prior to joining WLFSP.  Susan enjoys spending time with her teenage son and they both like to travel.

 

 

RECEPTIONIST AND ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, PAOLA CASALINO

 Ms Paola Casalino studied in Italy as a Tour Operator. After college, she moved to the UK where she worked in different fields.  She attended the College of North West London where she gained additional qualifications including a Certificate in Business and Administration Level 2. Ms Casalino enjoys working in the Education sector having worked in a Catholic Infant School for more than 12 years as a Receptionist/ Administrative & Attendance Officer. She has a passion for foreign languages, loves travelling, reading, cooking, knitting and attending Tennis events with her son.

 

Site Manager, Greg Polec

 

 

Mr Polec graduated from the University of Kielce, in Poland, with a Masters Degree in History. He has a particular interest in protection and promotion of cultural heritage, because respect for history has great importance in his life. During his studies, Mr Polec worked for a construction company, developing his manual skills and acquiring experience with building work and project delivery. After graduating, he moved to the UK, where he started a job as a caretaker in a secondary school in the North of England.