Miss Cecilia Scott
A Philosophy graduate from Sheffield University, Cecilia has taught in Surrey since obtaining her RS PGCE in Liverpool. She completed her Masters in Religion and Philosophy from Heythrop College, University of London in 2006. She serves on a Consultation Forum for Religious Studies at OCR. Her academic interests are Religious Ethics, Contemporary Christian Theology, with a particular focus on Social Justice and Liberation Theology. Interfaith dialogue has also become of ever increasing interest. Cecilia has worked in collaboration with Dr James Hodkinson, Head of German at The University of Warwick on his Two Chairs Exchange outreach project. The focus of Dr Hodkinson’s research is the history of the interface between Islam and Europe. Outside of RS, Cecilia completed her 200 hours Yoga Teacher training and has become an accredited teacher with Yoga Alliance. She now teaches Yoga to senior girls at St Catherine’s. She continues to develop her personal Ashtanga yoga practice, and her yoga studies have also stimulated a new research interest in Vedic scripture and Hindu culture.
Rev. Benji McNair Scott
Joined St Catherine’s as a teaching chaplain in September 2012. Before getting ordained he was a curate at Christ Church, Guildford and Assistant Chaplain at King Edward’s School, Witley. He then became a teacher at All Hallows in Farnham teaching RS, Theology and Philosophy. Has recently completed his doctorate in Theology having spent the last five years looking at the ‘charismatic apostolate’. He loves reading and watching films; playing Fives and racquet sports and scooting with his children.
Mrs Caroline Worman
Caroline joined St. Catherine’s in 2020. She studied Theology and Religious Studies and completed her PGCE at St Mary’s University, Twickenham, and has been teaching in Surrey girls’ schools since 2008. She always wanted to be a teacher and loves her time in the classroom, challenging students to stretch themselves and formulate their own beliefs. She has a particular interest in the Sociology of Religion and New Religious Movements, since studying this on an academic exchange to Canada. She also enjoys learning about Eastern traditions such as Hinduism, in particular their beliefs in reincarnation, and dreams of visiting India one day to experience the full vibrancy of the religion. In her spare time she enjoys photographing her two young children and spending sunny days on the south coast.
Mrs Claire Wyllie
Joined St Catherine’s in 2002 as Head of Religious Studies, before becoming Head of Sixth Form in 2007 and Director of Staff in 2016. Subject specialisms and interests include Philosophy Religion, New Testament and Christology. Extra-curricular interests include music, theatre and travel.