Co Curricular

Falcons School for Girls Announces New Headmistress

30th April 18

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Sara Williams-Ryan as Headmistress from September 2018.

Sara Williams-Ryan will join the school, from her role of Assistant Head (Pastoral) at Emanuel School in Wandsworth where she has been a member of the Senior Management Team for 13 years.

Prior to taking on the Assistant Head role at Emanuel School, Mrs Williams-Ryan started her career as Head of Spanish. She was quickly promoted to Head of Modern Foreign Languages and then Senior Tutor for Girls.

Before teaching at Emanuel School, Mrs Williams-Ryan taught at Ibstock Place School for nine years where she was Head of Spanish and MFL. She is also a Governor of Christ Church Primary School in Battersea.

Mrs Williams-Ryan is an Arts graduate (Licence ès Lettres) from the University of Geneva and has obtained a PGCE and MA in Education. As a keen linguist, Mrs Williams-Ryan loves keeping up to date with French and Spanish literature. She is also passionate about music and dance.

Mrs Williams-Ryan commented: “I am delighted to be taking on the headship at an exciting time for Falcons School for Girls.. The school has a reputation for academic excellence, the children are confident, cheerful and motivated, the staff knowledgeable, positive, kind and creative, with high expectations, and the facilities are superb (how many other preparatory schools can boast a large pirate ship in the playground?), especially in London where space is at a premium”.

 

 

 

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