Mrs Nicola Christison: I graduated from Cambridge University then went on to complete an MSc in Optoelectronics and Lasers. I worked in the Semiconductor industry for 12 years before completing a PGCE in Mathematics and becoming a maths teacher. I teach across the age range from year 7 to sixth form.
Mr Paul Cuddihy: My degree is in Mathematics & Physics from the University Of Aston In Birmingham. Before studying for a PGCE in mathematics at Cambridge University, I spent 15 years in the electricity industry. I have been teaching at RHS for 10 years and have taught across all age ranges. I enjoy mathematical puzzles and codes and am fascinated by the search for patterns hidden in the primes.
Mr Steve Eales:
Mr Ray Gibba:I have taught in a number of schools in the London area, Essex, Suffolk and prior to that I taught in The Gambia, West Africa. I enjoy looking for a common ground in my students and use it to connect, communicate and bring out the best in them enroute to higher grounds.
Mr Christopher Graham (Head of Sixth Form and Careers): I graduated from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne with a degree in mathematics and statistics and arrived at RHS via day schools in the Cotswolds and Ipswich. I have a particular interest in Prime Numbers, Mathematical Puzzles and Pi.
Mr Rob Hodges: I went to Caius College, Cambridge with no clear idea what I wanted to do. Consequently I changed subject twice: Natural Sciences to Engineering to Architecture. When I wanted to change again to Philosophy my tutor put his foot down! I enjoy teaching Mathematics which I have done for 25 years and I will continue until I find out what I really want to do. I enjoy squash and racketball, the game of go and chess, wind-surfing and performing on my guitar with a bit of warbling thrown in. I live in Cornwallis and I am one of the resident house tutors for Collingwood.
Mr Andrew Loveland (2nd in Department): A graduate of Imperial College, I have a PGCE from Oxford University and a Masters Degree from the University of East Anglia. I teach across the age range, and have a particular interest in Newtonian Mechanics.
Mr Graeme Mears (Head of Department): I graduated from Bradford University with a degree in Maths and Statistics, and I have a PGCE from the University of Leeds. I have taught both in the UK and around the world, and for the last 13 years I have been a Head of Department in Suffolk. I have a passion for Statistics, and an interest in the work of the Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler.
Mr Clive Rennison: I joined RHS in September 1993. I particularly enjoy puzzles and algebraic mathematics and have taught across the age and ability groups. The best moments are when a pupil has that ‘Ah!’ moment of realisation and there is great satisfaction in overcoming a difficult question.
Mr Chris Terry:
Ms Jeanne Wilby: A Graduate of Leicester University, I have taught for many years in the state sector, abroad - Colombia and Thailand, and here. I teach Maths across the full age range but specialise in Statistics for AS and A level. I enjoy travel, theatre, the Arts and sport, but mostly as a spectator!
Mr Andy Wynn: Graduate of the University of Warwick, Head of Middle School and formerly Housemaster of St. Vincent House. At RHS I coach the 1st XV rugby, 1st team Rugby Sevens and 2nd XI Cricket. I am also the Officer Commanding the Army Section of the CCF. I have played a lot of sport at varying levels and now particularly enjoy outdoor activities. I am a Scuba Diving instructor and am a keen mountaineer (summer and winter) and canoeist leaning towards adventure racing as I get older!