Mr Clifford is a highly experienced teacher, maker and creative technologist. A qualified teacher, Paul has also worked in the cultural and heritage sector as the Digital Learning Manager at the British Museum and Museum of London, and as Schools Officer at the V&A, designing, delivering and evaluating STEAM learning activities, courses and projects.
He has worked for education companies and charities including Kano Computing, Open Futures and the Institute of Imagination. A guest lecturer at many UK and overseas universities he has also championed STEAM approaches at educational and cultural conferences all over the world.
Mr Clifford also designs and builds digital/physical products, interactives and games as well as running design and build workshops for a range of audiences in cultural, learning and creative environments.
An advocate for STEAM and maker culture, Mr Clifford is a passionate supporter of blended and applied learning.
Miss Sillitoe joined The Lyceum School team in 2021 as Club Leader within our ever growing after school clubs. She comes from a performance background, having graduated from Chichester University with a BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre. Since then Miss Sillitoe has performed as a vocalist across various holiday parks in the UK and 5 star resorts abroad.
Miss Loh graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (AGSM) majoring in the piano, winning the Robert Wise Memorial Prize. She continued her postgraduate studies there, gaining the Advanced Solo Studies Certificate and her violin teaching diploma (LGSM). As a student and young professional, she won prizes in several national competitions, making her debut at the South Bank as part of the Maisie Lewis Young Artists series and performed in the Park Lane Group Young Artist series to critical acclaim. Concert appearances include concerto and recital performances as a soloist and chamber musician in many venues including the Fairfield Halls, Barbican Centre, South Bank Centre, St Martin-in-the-Fields and St James’ Piccadilly. She has made broadcast in the UK and abroad as well.
Miss Loh is passionate about music education and is especially interested in nurturing young learners. She has vast experience with Early Years starters, fostering in them a love of music and developing confidence through music making.
“an unflappably cultivated touch and sinuous sense of phrase” The Independent
“attractive flashes of energy and lyricism” The Financial Times
“bold splashes of colour and pleasing sense of spontaneity, impetus and cogency ….. real virtuosic dazzle” The Times
Mrs Machado is a specialist teacher with over 20 years’ classroom experience and has worked extensively to deliver lessons that are fun and engaging for pupils with a range of educational needs. Her speciality is creating personalised learning for learners to support them to achieve their full potential, whatever their needs.
In addition to her teaching qualifications, Clare holds a BSc in Psychology and a MA in Specific Learning Difficulties (dyslexia). She is accredited by the British Dyslexia Association and is qualified to administer full diagnostic dyslexia assessments.