HEADS OF DEPARTMENT
We pride ourselves on small classes and quality tuition. This is lead by our Heads of Department who are well qualified, knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the subjects they teach. Let’s meet them.
Rosalyn Burgess – Vice Principal and Head of Humanities – MA, FSET, BA Hons, Cert.Ed
Rosalyn Burgess is a teacher and writer in Social Sciences and is Vice Principal and Head of Humanities for St. Andrew’s. Ros has a wealth of qualifications, teaching and management experience and knowledge gained in both Further and Higher education in the UK, Europe, and East and West Africa. She believes in empowering young people through studies that interest them, whether that be academic; Humanities, Science or Arts, or in other disciplines like sports, music, drama or leisure activities. Her own studies have led her from Economics and History to Archaeology and Business and Management. Ros has a keen interest in Conservation and the natural world, alongside environmental challenges of the 21st century;
Natalie McIntyre – BA (Hons) MFA, PGCE – Head of Art
Natalie has been teaching Art and Photography for 17 years and has been with St. Andrews since 2014 teaching Digital Photography.
She received her Masters of Fine Art from The Slade, UCL in 1999 and went onto study a PGCE at the Institute of Education. She has worked in secondary and further education including Head of Photography at King’s Ely and Art Coordinator at King’s College, Cambridge. I have also been employed as a Team Leader by Cambridge International Education, marking GCSE and A Level exam papers from global centres. At St. Andrews, Natalie teaches Digital Photography and Fine Art and is also the Senior Tutor in the Art Department.
Outside of college she’s a practising artist and her work includes drawing, printmaking, painting and photography.
Denis Iucleaevschii – Head of Science – BSc (Hons) Forensic Science, BSc (Hons) Biology
Denis is the Head of Department of the Science faculty. He brings 10 years of management skills from running his family-owned business. He graduated in Biology in Turin ,Italy and Forensic Science at ARU in Cambridge. He taught on the Chemistry Foundation course at Anglia Ruskin University to hundreds of students. In 2016 Denis moved to St. Andrews College Cambridge to focus onto smaller group tuition and share his experience in analytical chemistry.
Alongside his University career, Denis has worked with the Cambridgeshire Constabulary, presented outreach programmes for the Royal Society of Chemistry and given talks to fellow students on career enhancement, self-development and self-improvement during University seminars and Alumni meetings.