Liz Cullum-Cargill & Ally Tiltman

Liz Cullum-Cargill

Liz Cullum-Cargill has been an outstanding Drama teacher for the past 7 years. For the past 4 year she has held the position of Subject Leader for Drama, managing a department of 7 members of staff, achieving outstanding results across all key stages with large numbers in GCSE, A Level and BTEC subjects. More recently, she has taken responsibility for re-designing and developing GCSE, A Level and BTEC curriculums in light of the recent changes in education and assessment.


Working alongside local primary schools to provide primary outreach in Drama, Liz has created and implemented schemes of work on a range of different topics where Process Drama is used as a tool for exploration, as well as developing performance skills.


During her teaching career, Liz has worked successfully as a mentor for trainee teachers from Goldsmith’s University and the Sutton SCITT before moving on to work within the Drama hub in 2016.  



Ally Tiltman

Ally Tiltman has been an outstanding drama teacher for the past 8 years. She has held responsibilities as second in charge of Drama, in charge of Key Stage 3 as well as Head of Year for the past 5 years.


As second in charge of subject Ally successfully supported the subject leader, in managing a department of seven who were able to achieve outstanding results across all key stages. Within her time at Glenthorne, Ally has taught and developed the curriculum within vocational courses and A-Level. This included musical theatre, technical theatre and acting. Within her time at Glenthorne, Ally has also led our Saturday Drama school, ArtsOne – showcasing their work at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and continued the established outreach programme at one of our Primary Schools within the Academy Trust.


Ally’s role within the SCITT Hub is new this year having mentored both SCITT and Goldsmiths PGCE trainees for the past 4 years.