Sam Johnson - Deputy Head Teacher (Quality of Education)
Sam has a History and Politics degree from the University of Leeds, an MA in educational leadership from St Mary’s University, Twickenham and as well as the National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) from UCL Institute of Education.
Sam is passionate about teaching and believes that all young people can achieve excellence. She has a ‘no excuses’ attitude to teaching and learning and is committed to creating outstanding learning experiences driven by moral purpose, academic excellence, and student voice. High expectations for all and firm discipline are at the heart of what makes brilliant education possible.
“FBS has a distinct culture that is designed to give all boys the very best experiences and access to the highest standard of education; it’s a non-selective, state funded independent school for the Fulham community. A sharp focus on academia, enterprise and the ‘free school spirit’ are what make this such an exciting place to work. I have absolute faith that FBS will become one of the best schools in the country, developing an alumni of diverse, driven and dedicated young men. I have loved being a part of it from the very beginning and am so proud of how much our boys have achieved already.”