Ted Walden

Ted Walden was appointed Deputy Headteacher in April 2021. Prior to this Ted has predominately worked in Wandsworth where he taught for over 10 years. Ted’s last teaching job was as an Assistant Head Teacher in Putney where he was an advisor to the governing body for 5 years. He has worked at 4 other Primary schools across London and led on a variety of different subjects and projects. Ted teaches across all of Barnes Primary School and leads on a number of key areas. He also has 2 children, 1 of whom is of Primary School age.

Matt Dunn

I have lived in leafy Barnes with my family for 6-years, and my son will attend the the nursery later this year. I work for a pharmaceutical company where I lead an organisation in global clinical development, using my background of Clinical Pharmacology to help bring rare disease medicines to patients. Much of my career has been spent managing change, projects, risk, and people. I enjoy running on the river and spending time on Barnes pond and the parks. As governor I want to support Barnes Primary in providing a safe, inclusive, fun, and supportive learning environment for our community.       

Scarlett Lionis

I have lived in beautiful Barnes for over four years, and have two children who attend Barnes Primary School. I am a Senior In-House Counsel at an international law firm, and prior to that I was a corporate finance lawyer. I am keen to ensure that Barnes Primary School continues to be an inclusive and aspiring place where children can thrive in learning and feel safe and supported at the same time. Apart from the busyness of being a working mummy to two young children, I am a massive foodie and cook, love long countryside walks and travelling!

Harry Satterthwaite

Harry Satterthwaite trained as a teacher through St Mary’s University via the Schools Direct route – with Barnes Primary School as his host school. Prior to teaching, Harry graduated with a BA in Business Studies from Liverpool University, then worked in HR/ Recruitment for 6 years. In 2016 he decided to follow a long-term desire to pursue a career in teaching and spent a year working as a teaching assistant at a primary school in Kensington and Chelsea. He has also enjoyed working as a football coach during school holidays. In September 2020 Harry started his third year as a Year 3 teacher at Barnes.