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Catcote Futures Staff

Catcote Futures Staffing Structure – 2023-24

CEO – Lisa Greig
Head of College – Barry Currell
Extended Leadership


Phil Thompson –

Assessment Lead & DDSL


Pete Wells –

Curriculum Lead


Jaki Stephenson –

16-25 Curriculum Lead







Pete Wells

Jaki Stephenson

Danielle Jeffreys-Coulton

Michelle Swift

Katie Courtney

Ruth Christian

Shirley Hayes

Lorraine Potts

Lyndsay Turner

Phil Thompson



Support Staff


1 Health Care Assistant

33 Teaching Assistants

2 Job coaches

3 Care Assistants









Corporate Services


Head of Corporate Services

Site Manager

2 Skilled Tradesmen

IT Manager

Kitchen Lead

2 Catering Assistants

1 Receptionist


1 EHCP Co-ordinator

Transport Operative



Our dedicated team of 11 teachers/tutors are responsible for delivering accredited education programmes to our students whose placements are part funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency. Teaching staff across the college are highly skilled and have different areas of expertise including Horticulture, Hair and Beauty, Careers and Advice, Art, Enterprise, Assistive Technologies, Reprographics and ASC.

In addition, we have 33 full and part time teaching assistants who support teaching and learning in the classroom as well as 3 care assistants.  We also have 12 support staff who are not classroom based carrying out a range of duties related to administration, site services, catering and lunchtime supervision.

A member of staff is responsible for the safe storage and administration of medication and implementing any action plans for the individual student; this work is overseen by the Trust Healthcare Assistant.

We also have a careers assistant and two job coaches our award winning careers offer.

We work closely with a range of external partners, particularly the Adult Learning Disability Team nurses, psychiatrists, physiotherapists and speech and language therapists and Local Authority social workers.  In addition, we commission an Occupational Therapist to support our work, particularly in the area of sensory processing.