There are two full time members of staff, three part time members of staff with a wide range of skills and teaching experience.
Mrs A March – Mrs March, the Head of Department, has 5 years experience of teaching Geography at Chatham House following her successful transition from Primary school teaching (12 Years) in Thanet and Surrey. She is a former Head Girl and student of Clarendon and Chatham House. Currently she teaches pupils in KS3 and GCSE. She enjoys teaching all aspects of the Geography curriculum, especially fieldwork.
Mr S Wilson-Queen – Professional mentor for teacher training. He has been teaching Geography for 28 years mainly Kent Schools and last eight years at Clarendon House. He teaches pupils in Key Stage 3, GCSE and A-Level. He is primarily a Human Geographer, but enjoys teaching all aspects of the Geography curriculum.
Mrs L Davis – Mrs Davis is a very experienced Geography teacher, a former head of geography, with 27 years experience of teaching Geography mainly at Clarendon House but also at a variety of schools in Kent. She currently teaches students in KS3, at GCSE and A-Level. She primarily teaches physical Geography at A Level but also enjoys teaching all aspects of the Geography curriculum.
Mrs S Fowles - Mrs Fowles is new to the department. She has worked as Assistant SENCO for three years and is now taking a year long sabbatical to train as a teacher specialising in Geography. She is really looking forward to working in the department this year.
Mrs L Morgan - Mrs Morgan is new to the Department and has taken on the challenge of teaching KS3 Geography alongside her role of Head of Girls Sport in the school. She is a former CCGS student where her study of Geography encouraged her to spend a sabbatical year travelling the world, enhancing her studies with real life experiences.
From time to time the Geography Department also welcomes training teachers from Christ Church University College, Canterbury involved in their PGCE course.