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Who's Who

Gail Capper


Daniel Malynn

I attended LPSB between 2000 -2007, and became a governor in 2018. I am keen to help the school progress within the new academy trust and support the school’s leadership. I sit on the Governing Body’s People & Community Committee, I am keen to better connect other LPSB alumni with the school to benefit pupils' development.

Since leaving LPSB, I worked for 5 years doing Court advocacy in a range of Civil Litigation for various firms. In 2016 I changed careers and joined the Civil Service. I have worked at Home Office, MOD and Department of Health as well as a secondment with King’s Health Partners Cardiovascular Networks Team. I have volunteered for Progress Educational Trust a small independent charity since 2010. I previously vice chaired the alumni Kent Law Campaign to build a new Law Clinic at University of Kent. I have a keen interest in Health, Education and Social policy. I am keen to bring my knowledge from across sectors

Outside of work and LPSB, I enjoy going to the British Museum and theatre & comedy performances.


Jane Black

I currently work in the Learning Support Department at Langley Park School for Boys, I have been working in education for eight years and have experience in both Primary and Secondary settings.  As well as being a member of staff I am also mum to two children who attend the Langley Secondary Schools.  Prior to this, I worked for a large financial institution where I gained valuable skills that I have been able to transfer into my current role.

I am very proud of LPSB and all that it achieves academically and in extra-curricular activities, being a member of staff is both challenging and rewarding.

In my spare time I like to spend time with my family and meet up with friends!  Or, I can usually be found at the side of the cricket pitch or in the spectators gallery at the swimming pool!


Simon Kendrick

I have two sons at the school, who are both benefitting from the educational and extra-curricular opportunities LPSB offers its students.

I have circa twenty years experience in senior roles in multi-national businesses, with particular expertise in procurement and supply chain to add to my early career in semi-conductor and telecoms engineering. Throughout my career I have enjoyed building and motivating successful international teams and developing their skills.

I feel privileged to join as a Governor and as a member of the Resources Committee, and I look forward to playing my part in the continued development of the school.

Simon Kendrick head

Thomas Moore

My son started at Langley Park School for Boys in 2018 and I was elected as a parent governor in February 2020.

Professionally, I have over 20 years’ experience in senior technology roles across multiple industries, including healthcare, consumer goods, retail, and technology, and I currently work in commercial property.

Personally, I am driven by ensuring that all children regardless of background have access to an outstanding education. To that end, I was a Trustee previously at a charity that focused on supporting vulnerable, disadvantaged, and excluded children.

I am impressed with the staff and team at LPSB and feel privileged to have a role where I can support the continued development of the school and help to ensure outstanding outcomes for the pupils.

Thomas Moore

Jayne Mitchell

I was elected as a Parent Governor in 2020 and have two sons who attend the school.

I qualified as a teacher in 1991 and worked in Islington for many years before moving to Lambeth as a Headteacher in 2002. I am currently the Executive Headteacher of a small federation of schools in Brixton and Stockwell and a member of the Lambeth Schools Partnership Board.  I have also been a serving Ofsted inspector and chair several committees and working groups within the Borough.

I am privileged to be a Governor at Langley and I am looking forward to being part of the developmental journey of the school. 

I am passionate about education and the development of our young people as individuals. I believe strongly in growing academic skills and knowledge, but also believe in physical, personal and creative development. School is not just about the academics, but also about developing friendships, learning how to be good citizens, having fun, learning how to make informed choices and learning how to be independent.  I think the curriculum and pastoral support on offer at Langley creates many opportunities that enable our pupils to develop these skills.  I am, therefore, looking forward to supporting the leadership team to continue their excellent work as much as I can.

Jayne Mitchell


Oliver Moodie



Oliver Mercer

I attended LPSB, leaving in 2012. I now work as a doctor, undertaking my post graduate training in London. As well as my clinical role I work in medical education, teaching and supporting medical students as well as more junior clinicians. I am also involved in several educational research projects including exploring diversity and inclusion in medical curricula.

I am excited to join the Governing Body, I am proud of the school’s academic accomplishments as well as it’s extra-curricular achievements, and I look forward to supporting the school with its ongoing development.





Oliver Mercer

Dr Iris Kapelouzou


Cyra Mutesi



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