June spent her early career in education as a teacher of English, German and French. For the last fifteen years of her career she served in senior leadership roles in Cambridge schools, latterly spending 10 years as Principal of a South Cambridgeshire secondary school.
She has vast experience of leading teaching and learning and managing change. She led groups of Cambridgeshire head teachers on a range of strategic issues affecting schools in the county and spoke at national conferences on educational matters. Following retirement from her full-time role, she worked as an inspector of schools in England for the Office of Standards in Education (Ofsted) and trained teachers for Cambridge Assessment International Education. Currently, she inspects schools at home and abroad – including in China – for Cambridge International Examinations and undertakes project and consultancy work for local secondary schools.
June’s role in the Centre is to host executive education programmes, supporting delegates and speakers in the classroom and tracking the learning of the delegates during their time at the Møller Institute.
She holds a Master of Arts (MA) degree in English and German from the University of Glasgow, a Post-graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) and The National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) Accelerated Route.