The college is delighted to announce that it has appointed Hannah Rolley to the new role of Head of Access at Trinity.
Since 2015 Hannah has been employed as Recruitment and Schools Programme Officer at St Hilda’s College, where she is responsible for the strategic direction, development and implementation of access programmes. In this role she has developed and implemented a new outreach strategy with, amongst other characteristics, a strong focus on working with teachers as well as their pupils.
Prior to her role at St Hilda’s, Hannah was deputy head of sixth form at Banbury Academy, where her responsibilities included a range of activities with particular relevance to the role at Trinity. She was responsible for the school’s Higher Education Conference and events; leading the UCAS application process; supporting students through the Academy’s ‘Aiming for the Top’ programme, and providing advice on course choices for Year 11 students entering the sixth form, in addition to her own teaching duties. In previous educational roles she ran support and development programmes for gifted and talented students and also worked as a Home School Link officer in West Oxfordshire, providing support to disadvantaged pupils and their families.
Hannah will join Trinity in September.
Posted: 18 July 2018