|Headmaster – Gareth Doodes
Headmaster of both the Junior and Senior schools, Gareth is an historian, musician, ultra-keen road cyclist and political anorak who has spent his entire career in boarding schools.
Married to Jess and with two children, Humphrey and Persephone, the Doodes family moved to Dover in January 2015 and are committed to the College and support all aspect of its life and work.
|Deputy Head, Senior School – Simon Kibler
Appointed in September 2015, Simon has vast pastoral experience having worked in boarding schools throughout his career.
Simon teaches Geography, is the College’s Designated Safeguarding Lead and is a keen sportsman. He is married to Kate and has four children, all of whom are at or have attended Dover College. Simon and his family are an integral part of the Dover College community and live within the College grounds.
|Deputy Head Academic, Junior School – Brett Fairclough
Joining Dover College in 2003, Brett has held various positions including Key Stage Co-ordinator, Literacy Co-ordinator, P.E. Co-ordinator, Assistant Head and now Deputy Head Academic.
He is passionate that every child should achieve their potential in all areas of the curriculum. Married with two boys, who attend the College, Brett has been pivotal in authoring a creative curriculum that celebrates children’s skills as well as knowledge.
|Deputy Head Pastoral, Junior School – Tracey Mills
In 1998, Tracey joined Dover College to run a nursery class having spent her previous 14 year career in the independent sector in Early Years.
A qualified Trampoline club coach and Judge, Tracey is married with four children and three grandchildren. She is extremely family-orientated and offers a wealth of experience and dedication to her extended Dover College family.
|Registrar - Alison Wilson
Alison joined Dover College in January 2017 having spent most of her career in the field of education, firstly as a teacher of English as a Foreign Language in Spain and the UK, then as Head of the Admissions Department in an international education organisation.
Family is key in Alison's life and she enjoys nothing more than spending time with her son, daughter-in-law and small granddaughter in Canada.