Central Services Team
The Central Services Team philosophy is to improve the experience and excellence of our educational offer to ensure that all our children and staff flourish. The purpose of the team is to drive school improvement, enable the conditions for everyone in the community staff - students, parents/carers, governors - to thrive and succeed. The trust must empower all our leaders to lead and focus on learning.
CST (ID 1049)
Stacey DaviesActing Head of Finance
Stacey has extensive experience working in finances and operations across a range of industries. She has a strong understanding of strategic financial planning, budgeting and forecasting, health and safety, human resources and estate management. Stacey is an experienced school Governor and School Business Manager.â€‹
Stacey volunteers as the Treasurer of a local primary school PTA; she is married with two children, both girls – one with aspirations of becoming a famous ballerina, and who would like to be a real mermaid!
Dawn DeykinHead of Governance
Ross BullockHead of ICT and Estates
Ross started his career as a mechanical engineer, but found that these skills also fit well in the new world of I.T. support. With over 25 years’ experience in I.T. infrastructure deployment and support, beginning in field service in the early 90’s, through various I.T. Engineering and Executive roles and then into consultancy.
Before joining Bonitas, Ross has worked for a number of high profile companies, including Walkers Snack Foods, PepsiCo, EDS and the NHS.
When he’s not behind a keyboard, Ross is an avid petrol head and loves spending time working on the latest mechanical project.
Susie CurtisLead SEN
Susie has worked in the education sector for the last 20 years across Primary and Secondary settings, including the private sector, a pupil referral unit and teaching overseas.
Susie gained the NASENCo qualification whilst working as a SENCo in the Primary sector. She worked in a large Bracknell Forest Primary school for 7 years, initially as SENCo and then as Deputy Head for Behaviour and Inclusion.
More recently, Susie set up a consultancy supporting schools with SEND. She has taken on a number of roles, both at strategic and operational level, dependent on need. She also creates and delivers whole school training along with mentoring for new SENCos. Susie works as an advisor for Optimus Education on a freelance basis, advising and verifying schools with a variety of awards; Special Educational Needs Inclusion Award (SENDIA), Best Practice with Teaching Assistants Awards (BPTAA) and Leading Parent Partnership Award (LPPA).
Susie has been working as co-SENCo at Ranelagh since September 2022 on a part time basis.
Alongside her ‘day job’ and passion to seeing young people thrive and fulfil their potential, she co-founded a small, registered charity working with a marginalised community in Kenya.