Sarah Fletcher is currently High Mistress of St Paul’s Girls’ School. She was previously head of Kingston Grammar School and of City of London School.
Sarah is a governor of the West London Free School and a board member of The School and Family Works. She has a strong interest in pastoral matters. She was closely involved in the Warwickshire Children, Young People and Families Partnership Forum alongside the Warwickshire School Learning and Education Sub-Committee. She has delivered seminars and lectures on pastoral care, mental health, teaching, curriculum reform and school management and has co-authored a paper for schools on Child Sexual Abuse.
Sarah has taught in a number of schools at home and abroad: boarding, day, single-sex, co-educational, state and independent. She was director of studies at Rugby School then deputy head with responsibility for safeguarding. She has an abiding interest in curriculum reform and in encouraging creativity in teaching and learning. She was involved from the outset in the development of the Extended Project Qualification and the Cambridge Pre-U, sitting on the Pre-U Steering Committee from inception to launch.