Lyndsey Harding, Head Teacher
Lyndsey has been part of the school since it began, as a ‘founding parent’ and has been on the teaching staff for a number of years. She is an Italian and Spanish language graduate and formerly worked for Gartner, one of the world's leading research and advisory companies, where she held a role in training and development before leaving to join the KCI staff team, over a decade ago.
“I am passionate about education because I believe every child needs to be valued and nurtured so that they can fulfil their full potential.”
Lyndsey has a clear understanding of the founding vision of the school and a passion to see academic excellence alongside character development and the nurturing of a Christian culture.
In 2017, she was elected as a Member of the Independent Schools Association (ISA).
Jabez Smith, Teacher
Jabez graduated from Reading Institute of Education (IOE). Before joining the King’s House School Windsor, Jabez worked at Lowbrook Academy in Maidenhead, (an OFSTED rated ‘outstanding’ school) gaining his Qualified Teacher Status. Whilst at Lowbrook, he introduced a new music curriculum and helped to revise and rewrite the school’s current curriculum.
“We’re creating a safe, fun and learner-friendly environment where children can become confident, holistic learners.”
Previously Jabez worked at Marish and Willow Primary school in Slough, and for Inspire-Works working with Key Stage 1 & 2 children. He has also worked with children with special educational needs for 3 years as a Special Teaching Assistant in Slough and Maidenhead.
He also holds a degree in Musical Theatre from Buckinghamshire New University.
Jossi Williams, Teacher
Jossi has had a genuine desire for helping children ever since she was young. This passion has followed her throughout her career and recently led her to pursue a degree in Education at the University of Stellenbosch, where she graduated with a first-class honours degree.
“My vision is to see each child discover their unique gifts and strengths and experience Isaiah 54:13, ‘All your children will be taught by the Lord, and great will be their peace.’”
Prior to this, Jossi was involved in various community projects in South Africa to help less fortunate schools and pupils, as well as gaining teaching experience across three different primary schools — teaching 6, 8 and 9 year olds respectively in a full range of subjects and extra curriculum activities.
Paul Harding, Teacher
Paul gained his BSc in Computer Science at the University of Kent, then spent 20 years working in IT as a programmer. In recent years, he jumped headfirst into a new challenge by entering the teaching profession, firstly through homeschooling his eldest son, and then coming on staff at the King's House School Windsor.
"Education must transition to become more personalised, more creative, more Godly, and more fun! This is an excellent school in which it is a privilege to work."
He is passionate about coaching and enabling all children to reach their absolute best potential at every age and stage.
Bassey Ephraim, Teacher
Bassey brings many years of experience in working with children from Early Years through to Key Stage 2. This includes having worked with children with English as an additional language and children with special educational needs.
“I am passionate about supporting each child so that they can flourish, discover their gifts and explore their purpose in life.”
She holds an MSc in Children, Young People and Family Wellbeing as well as having Early Years Professional Status. She also has a degree in Law from The University of Calabar, Nigeria.
Sue Elbrow, Teacher
Sue brings over 35 years of experience in primary school aged teaching, and holds a Certificate in Education (Cert Ed). Originally, she trained at Chester Teacher Training College and became a key stage 1 teacher.
"The focus on values and character is increasingly important in equipping children to navigate and contribute to the world they are growing up in.”
Sue has worked in 3 Slough primary schools and has a great deal of experience in teaching children from many different cultures, backgrounds and religions.
Megan Penny, Assistant Teacher
Megan spent two years with the school as an Intern and is our first trainee teacher. She is studying for a Foundation Degree in Childhood Studies at Winchester University.
“Each child is unique. It is the greatest joy to see them excel and achieve things they never thought they could.”
Zoe Holland, Early Years Lead
Zoe is a qualified Early Years teacher and is the Early Years lead at The King’s House School Windsor. She has a BA Hons degree in Childhood (Special Educational Needs and Inclusion), and has worked in education for many years. She has also worked as a community outreach worker teaching a 10 week positive parenting course.
“I feel blessed to be part of an amazing team of people committed to helping children build their confidence and be the best they can be.”
Ruth Macdonald, Administrator
Sue Elbrow, Pastoral Care
The School Management Board is accountable to the Trustee Board of King's Church International, a registered UK Charity.