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Curriculum & Learning

Who's who?

If you wish to contact us regarding anything, you can reach us through the school office


School Staff

Careers Leader:

Jacqui Lucas

The role of the careers leader is to plan and implement a strategy for developing a careers programme for the school that meets all eight of the Gatsby benchmarks of good practice and prepares young people for the choices and transitions in education, training and employment.

Transition Family Support Worker:

Janine Jenkins

Janine supports students and families in Upper School with a focus on the transition process and preparing families for moving on from Reynalds Cross.

"My Future" Curriculum Development Group Lead:


"My Future" is one of the eight areas of the Reynalds Cross curriculum. The Curriculum Development Group leads the way for pupils and students across school to prepare them for the next stage of their life by planning high quality experiences and ensuring consistency throughout school.

Future Planning Assistant:

Vicki Yale

The Future Planning Assistant is employed for one day a week and is a part of the Curriculum Development Group. Vicki helps to organise any future planning trips out and any visitors that come into school.

Link Governor:

Graham Prior

The "My Future" Link Governor works closely with the Curriculum Development Group to ensure that we are meeting the requirements that are set out by the Gatsby Benchmarks


External Contacts

Enterprise Coordinator:

Maryam Nkemena

Reynalds Cross are part of the Life Ready Careers Hub.

They support a number of the Hub schools in Solihull, including Reynalds Cross.

For more information, visit

Enterprise Advisor:


The role of the Enterprise Advisor is to assist us with forming long term contacts to aid with Future Planning.

Independent Careers Advisor:

Dave Hooley

Dave has been our Independent Careers Advisor for many years. He will attend Annual Reviews of students in Years 9 and 12 to discuss future options with parents (and students if appropriate) before completing a career action plan.