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Mr Wheeler is passionate about education and worked and volunteered in several academic settings before joining The Lyceum in October 2021.
He graduated from University of Cambridge before studying marketing with the Chartered Institute of Marketing and then an MBA with the Quantic School of Business and Technology. He became a Chartered Marketer in summer 2021.
Outside of work, Mr Wheeler is heavily involved in the charity Cambridge Student Community Action where he is the Chair of Trustees, and loves learning languages – so if you get the chance please say hello in Spanish, French, Russian or Catalan!
Miss Sims-Hilditch has worked in a variety of schools across London for the past 5 years. Throughout this time, she has worked with lots of different children of all ages and abilities and loved it! She prides herself on giving excellent customer service and making sure school transitions are an enjoyable experience for pupils and their families as they embark on a new schooling experience.
Miss Sims-Hilditch joined The Lyceum School in August 2021 and is really looking forward to the journey ahead. Outside of work, Miss Sims-Hilditch can be found browsing travel websites planning her next holiday, cycling along the river or playing netball, weather permitting!
Miss Blessing had been an administrator for over 3 years, before joining The Lyceum in October 2020. This is the first administrative role she has had in a Primary School; before this, Miss Blessing had been an assistant teacher working with children from Reception to Year 11.
Outside of work, Miss Blessing can be found handcrafting unique, colourful and quirky clay and resin sculptures that focus on the five senses and their impact on our day-to-day lives.
Horacio was born in Portugal and was brought up in a small village in the countryside. At school, he was known for his football prowess where he played in midfield and defence. He was always first when competing in running races and was keen to trampoline until he overshot the crash mat! At 16, he followed in his father’s footsteps and worked in a brick making factory, helping out in a bicycle shop at the weekends. He was so skilled at mending things that he was soon offered a full-time job at the shop. He met his wife in Portugal and they came to England 34 years ago. He has worked at The Lyceum for over 22 years. He loves animals and has 2 Yorkshire terriers called Tiger and Lilly.