GSO Test

Leadership Team

Owen Tiplady

Post 16 Assistant Headteacher, Redland Green Learning Community

Owen, a business and economics specialist, leads the Redland Green Learning Community.  He has been teaching since 2002 and joined Redland Green School in 2008, becoming a part of the senior leadership team in 2014.  During his teaching career he has held a number of different roles in schools in East London and the Bristol area,  and is enthusiastic about facilitating students to achieve their full potential in all areas of the curriculum.


Aimi Potter

Post 16 Assistant Headteacher, Cotham Learning Community

Aimi joined the North Bristol Post 16 Centre in September 2014. She has worked in three different schools in the South West in a number of different roles, including Head of Department and Head of Sixth Form. After gaining a degree in English Literature, Aimi worked in a range of fields including broadcasting and youth work. Aimi has found her greatest satisfaction working with Post 16 students. She is supported by a fantastic team who work relentlessly to ensure the best possible achievements and pathways for the students at the centre.


Sarah Haine

Post 16 Student Services Leader, Redland Green Learning Community

Sarah graduated from UWE in 2009 with a post graduate diploma in careers guidance. Prior to this, Sarah, a business graduate, was a marketing manager and spent 10 years working for a number of national and international organisations based in the south east. She grew up in Stroud and this new career direction has brought her back to her roots in the south west.

Corinne Kempt

Post 16 Student Services Leader, Cotham Learning Community

Corinne joined the North Bristol Post 16 Centre as an Academic Mentor in February 2016 and started her role as Student Services Leader in January 2018. Previous to this Corinne was a Music Teacher and then the school SENCO at a school in Wiltshire where she gained the NASENCO award. Corinne has recently gained a qualification in Exam Access Arrangement testing (e.g. extra time, scribe, reader etc) allowing her to test current students to remove barriers to learning for their exams and assessments. Corinne really enjoys the variety of her role and is passionate about student wellfare and wellbeing. She loves working in such a supportive and positive team and thrives on witnessing the successes of the students who attend the NBP16 Centre.