Prior to joining Bradfield College, Simon was Deputy Head (Academic) at Sherborne School.
He already knew Eton well having taught history here for eight years from 2001. He was Head of History for four of those years.
A graduate of Brasenose College, Oxford, Simon is married to Ali (who is the Chief Executive of a social mobility charity) and they have four children.
The Lower Master deputises for the Head Master in his absence and is responsible for the day-to-day management of the School.
A geographer, Su started her teaching career at Epsom College from where she moved to Eastbourne College as resident tutor in one of the boarding houses.
This was followed by a move to London where she became Head of Geography at St Benedict’s School and later a Housemistress at Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School.
Su is married to Alex and they have two daughters.
The Bursar leads the financial, administrative and support functions of the school and provides professional support for various activities that fall outside the day-to-day operations of the school including the College’s endowment and fundraising.
Janet Walker studied philosophy, politics and economics at Somerville College, Oxford and went on to a postgraduate course in Nice in politics and economics. After qualifying as a Chartered Accountant, she embarked on a variety of roles in film and television in the independent production sector, BBC and ITV, culminating in the position of Director of Finance and Business Affairs at Channel 4.
In 2003, Janet moved into the world of horse-racing (and construction!) when she took up the post of Commercial and Finance Director at Ascot Racecourse where she was heavily involved in the development of the new £200 million grandstand.
Janet joined Eton College in 2011. She is a non-executive director of Henderson High Income Trust plc.
David took a degree in politics at Queen’s University, Belfast. He was Chief Examiner in Government and Politics for the Oxford and Cambridge Board until 2000, and has published on both history and political philosophy.
David came to Eton in 1993 as Head of Economics and Politics, and was a House Master from 2000-2013.
From 2014-17, David was Head of Boarding Administration and he has also chaired the Tours and Expeditions Committee. He has coached rugby and cricket at Eton, and is an experienced Field Game umpire.
A charity trustee and enthusiastic sailor, David combined these roles by crossing the Atlantic during his sabbatical in 2013, raising funds for ‘Horatio’s Garden’.
Tom oversees not only the curriculum and academic departments but also the libraries, learning support and the Tony Little Centre for Innovation and Research in Learning (CIRL); in addition he has overall responsibility for examinations (both internal and external) and the process of application to university.
Tom studied classics (‘Greats’) at Trinity College, Oxford and subsequently did his PGCE at Cambridge. He arrived at Eton in 1996 to teach Latin, Greek and ancient history. He also ran both the Junior Chronicle and Chronicle and coached rowing.
He was Master-in-Charge of Rowing from 2005-7 and Head of the Classics Department from 2007-10. In 2010, he took over as House Master in Godolphin House until his appointment as Deputy Head (Academic) in 2018.
Tom is a governor at Lambrook School and at The Langley Academy. He is married to Susannah and they have two young children.
The Deputy Head (Co-Curricular) oversees the extensive co-curriculum at Eton, including sport, music, drama, outdoor education, CCF, community engagement and the societies programme.
Jon is an English teacher who began his teaching career at Latymer Upper School in 1992 before moving to Eton in 2000, and becoming a housemaster in 2009.
He has extensive knowledge of the co-curriculum having coached rugby, football and cricket teams, written and directed plays, edited the school magazine, run debating, and taken various trips abroad.
Jon’s wife, Lisa, is the Head of Economics at Westminster School and their two sons both attended Eton.
Tom oversees Eton’s strong and multiple relationships with state sector schools and the community engagement programme, as well as the annual summer schools.
Tom studied at both Oxford and Cambridge universities before becoming a teacher in 2004. From 2010-2016, Tom led an award-winning outreach programme at King Edward’s School, Birmingham.
An Old Etonian himself, he returned in 2016 as Eton’s first Director of Outreach and Partnership (and then Deputy Head).
In 2019, Tom oversaw the launch of the Thames Valley Learning Partnership, creating a foundation for collaborative and effective cross-sector relationships between local schools and students.
Alice takes specific responsibility for all safeguarding and child protection matters in the school.
She exercises her responsibilities in conjunction with six Deputy DSLs, who are currently the Lower Master, the Deputy Head (Pastoral), the Director of Boarding, the Director of Welfare, the Deputy Director of Music and the Safeguarding Coordinator.
Alice has a degree in Social Work, and has worked in Children’s Social Care throughout her career in a variety of Social Care departments. Before joining Eton, Alice was the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) for Kingston, Richmond, Windsor and Maidenhead. In this role she was in charge of child protection services working closely with both maintained and independent schools, the police and other statutory agencies. Alice was also chair of the National LADO Network up until she took up her post at Eton.
Ian’s responsibilities involve both maintenance and construction of all new buildings as well as line management of Grounds, Security, Health and Safety, IT Infrastructure, Laundry, Cleaning and joint responsibility for the College’s investment properties.
Ian qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 1986, was accredited with an RICS Diploma in Project Management in 1991 and became a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 2004. He subsequently gained a First Class degree in social sciences with the Open University.
Before coming to Eton in 1995, he was involved in a wide range of construction projects and property ventures for a variety of clients in both public and private sectors (including education).
Since coming to Eton, Ian has been responsible for the delivery of many building projects including the Music Schools, Drawing Schools, Marten Schools, New Schools, Birley Schools, Jafar Hall and Gallery, the restoration of College Chapel and School Yard, and numerous boarding House refurbishments and extensions.
Karen read law at Exeter University and is a solicitor. She joined Eton in 2019, after 20 years at city law firms Herbert Smith and Denton Wilde Sapte and then as in-house counsel at the Rugby Football Union and the Lawn Tennis Association.
At Eton, Karen deals with a wide range of legal and compliance matters affecting the College and supports the Provost & Fellows’ governance function.
Justin took a history degree at Trinity College, Cambridge. He joined Eton in 1991 and has been here ever since, save for a short foray into the world of fund management where he worked for Société Générale with a focus on emerging markets.
Justin teaches history and history of art at Eton. He has been Head of History of Art and run regular trips to Florence, Rome and Venice.
Between 2006 and 2017 he was a House Master. Between 2017 and 2020 he was the Deputy Head (Co-Curricular) in charge of sport, music, drama, outdoor education, the CCF and a host of other associated activities.
Justin has also been responsible for the Friends of the Eton College Collections since 2008.
Justin is married to Rachel and they have four children.