Lorna Davis Bailey – Executive Headteacher
Heads of School
Jemma Kerr – Primary
Jemma (QTS incl PGCE, B Hons, NPQSL) is the Head of school, primary. She has worked at the school for over 19 years and has worked across all the sites. During her time at Hillingdon Manor she has taught a range of pupils and abilities for over 9 years, this included delivering reading interventions and managing after school provision such as Duke of Edinburgh and Life skills. She then made the transition into management, to which she has since undertaken a number of roles and additional leadership qualifications including Key Stage lead, Assistant Head Teacher and Designated Safeguarding Lead.
Marc Doe – Primary
Marc (BA Hons, L4 Forest schools) is the Assistant Head at Yiewsley Grange. He has worked at the school for over sixteen years and has worked across all the sites. During this time at Hillingdon Manor, Marc has taught a range of pupils and abilities for over ten years, working as Maths coordinator, Forest Schools Lead, and fulfilling the role of Behaviour and Attitudes Lead; this includes delivering a wide range of interventions. He also has experience managing extra-curricula such as Forest Schools clubs. In addition, he has transitioned into management, where he will be overseeing pastoral care, outdoor learning, and the development of quality of education.
Patrycja Labno – Early Years
Patrycja Labno’s journey as a teacher spans nine years. She gained Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and has earned a postgraduate degree in Educational Therapy, which equipped her with essential skills to support students with diverse learning needs. Her journey in an SEN school led her to the role of Upper Key Stage 2 manager, where she supported teachers and pupils, ensuring the delivery of high quality of teaching. She is currently undergoing NPQ in Leading Literacy. As an Assistant Head at Upton Grange, she oversees Behaviour and Attitudes. Patrycja supports shaping the school’s culture and fostering a positive, inclusive learning environment with commitment to all young learners’ well-being.