- Bill LofthouseMA (Oxon)Classics Teacher
After completing his degree at Oxford University, Bill taught Classics for five years at Kingston Grammar School and a further eight years at St Bede’s College, Manchester, before joining Ampleforth as Head of Classics in 1997. During his time at Ampleforth he has also served as Housemaster of St Aidan’s and Housemaster of St Hugh’s for a combined total of five years. He became Head of Sixth Form in 2001. Bill is also a tutor in St Margaret's and Centre Coordinator for the Extended Project Qualification.
- Jonathan MuttonMA (Leeds)Classics Teacher
Jon studied an undergraduate degree in Classics and English at the University of Leeds before going on to complete a Masters in Classics. He joined Ampleforth as Head of Classics in 2011 from The Royal Grammar School, Newcastle, where he had also been Head of department. He is a keen sportsman, coaching the 1st XV and the 1st VII rugby sides. He has also represented England at Chess. Jon is also Housemaster of St Thomas' House. He is married to Sara, a Primary school teacher, living in St Thomas' with their daughter, Constance, and their dog, Daphne.
- Ambrose Henley OSBMA (StA) STB (Rome)Classics Teacher
Fr. Ambrose joined the monastic community at Ampleforth in 2011, making his final profession of vows in 2015, and was ordained priest in 2017. Fr. Ambrose holds degrees in Classics, Philosophy and Theology from the University of St Andrews and the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. Fr. Ambrose is the Dean of the College, responsible for its life as a benedictine community. Alongside this role, he continues to teach students in the Classics Department, and to be a House Chaplain in St John's.
- Jennifer GreenBA, PGCEClassics Teacher
Jen studied an undergraduate degree in Classics at Swansea University prior to moving to the Netherlands for two years. After working as a Teaching Assistant in London for a year upon her return, Jen completed a PGCE in Latin with Classics at King’s College London. She joined Ampleforth in 2019 for her first teaching position alongside her work as a Year 9 tutor with St Oswald’s.