Clemmie Stewart has the privilege of being Senior Head of Prep Schools at Surbiton High School, 500 pupils across two Prep Schools in SW London. Prior to that she spent 4 years in a State Junior School, being part of the team who took the school from Special Measures to Good with Outstanding. Over ten years in the world of education, working across all sectors, has given Clemmie a great insight into the best leadership, pedagogy and approaches when delivering a world class education in the Primary years. Further to this, she is also Vice-Chair of Governors at Langford Primary, a United Learning Academy recently judged as Outstanding in all areas.
Skilled in Coaching, Classroom Management, Curriculum Development, Staff Development, and Educational Leadership. Clemmie has a BA (Hons) English and Education Studies. Outside of her role at Surbiton High School, Clemmie is a prolific tweeter, often collaborating with many well-regarded educationalists across the country. A recent project is the Podcast #backtoschool that she co-hosts with Dr Emma Kell. Along with her Principal, Rebecca Glover, Clemmie recently delivered a TedX talk, entitled ‘Do Snowplough Parents Remove Essential Grit’?