Our Denbigh School...
One of only 37 Maths Hubs nationally to improve Maths teaching and student outcomes
Ofsted Outstanding provision, training teachers at Secondary and primary for Milton Keynes and...Learn More
One of the first schools across the country to be awarded Teaching School status
The Denbigh...Learn More
One of only 30 Hubs – serving Milton Keynes and Northamptonshire.
We provide local,...
We will support schools to maintain their autonomy, leveraging those areas of commonality for...
We have a strong Secondary and Primary School Improvement Team coving the entire range from...
High quality governance is central to the success of the Trust. The Trust's governance...
We have an extensive range of central support services that will allow school leaders to get on...
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Denbigh taught me how to flourish as a person, without their guidance and support I wouldn’t be in the position I am today. I grew particularly interested in the Humanities department during my time at Denbigh. They taught me to have confidence in my critical thinking. They also opened my mind to world structures and ecosystems. Denbigh has set the foundation for my career in fashion public relationsSavannah WALES
My journey to becoming a dentist started and progressed through Denbigh. I learned the importance of working hard, whilst taking breaks for life too. From the start, I had continuous support and praise, with teachers encouraging me to strive to achieve my goals and dreamsRia SHAH
Denbigh School holds a very special place in my heart. It was here that I made such faithful friends, had the privilege of being taught by such passionate and enthusiastic teachers, and could also immerse myself fully into the academics, as well as all the extracurricular activities that were on offer. My time at Denbigh, from Year 8 to Year 13 has shaped me as a person today – I cannot begin to repay all that the school has done for me, and how beautifully the teachers mentored me. Denbigh is an outstanding school, and I look back upon my time there very fondly – I always look forward to any potential visits back!Gayatri VIJAPURKAR
If it hadn’t been for the support that Denbigh provided, I wouldn’t have achieved such high grades in my A Levels which guaranteed my place at the University of York. The opportunities that Denbigh provides are second to none, and I particularly learnt a lot whilst serving as House President. This developed my communication and leadership skills, which in turn enabled me to become a successful mentor for first year students at York University.Roland THOMAS
Denbigh was the first step in my journey. I was taught to work hard, challenge myself but to also respect others. Denbigh enabled me to not only perform well academically but also in the sport of Judo. During my time at Denbigh, I was competing for Great Britain. Denbigh was very supportive, continuously praising me on my success which gave me the confidence to do well in other aspects of my lifeDavid DOWN
John graduated from University College London with a BSc in Maths, joining the IT industry, where he worked for a number of companies over 35 years. As a senior IT manager and director for a major international IT services company, John worked in countries across Europe and the world, as well as in the UK, and was responsible for staff leadership and management, sales, client relations, business performance, and strategic direction.
John moved to Loughton, Milton Keynes with his family in 1985. He developed a deep interest in education and became a trustee at his local primary school (Loughton School) in 1990 and remained a trustee there for over 20 years, with 6 years as Chair of Trustees. John has also served as a trustee at Denbigh School for 20 years, where he is currently Vice Chair of Trustees and Chair of the Curriculum Committee. He is also a member of the Milton Keynes School Forum.
John is also a Trustee of Shenley Leisure Centre and Chairman of his local cricket club, Crown CC.
Bruce Hawthorne is a Senior Manager of a multi-national manufacturer in the industry. He has lived in Milton Keynes for more than 25 years and his children were educated at Denbigh. His interest in education stems from supporting and encouraging his children throughout their education, and he managed and supported the Denbigh Parents Association for many years through its fundraising activities.
Becoming a parent trustee in 2008, he has served on and as vice-chair of both the Curriculum and Finance and Buildings Committees. He has taken a lead role in major projects including the introduction of a new catering contractor, a process that transitioned successfully in January 2016.
After studying for a degree in Economics at Newcastle University and a Masters in Social and Economic Aspects of Science and Technology at Imperial College Sharon worked as a researcher at the Engineering Industry Training Board. Sharon has written several papers on the sectors of the Engineering Industry and was involved in a survey of Women in Engineering. After her second child was born she took a 5 year career break and then went to work for the DWP where she continues to work today. Sharon became a parent trustee at her child’s first school in Watford and became a parent trustee at Denbigh in 2004. Sharon’s skills are in financial management, corporate governance, human resources and procurement.