|Tracey Webb-Rogers and Jonathan Rogers
With over 15 years in education, much of it as a Houseparent, Tracey is Head of Boarding and heads up the boarding team at Lucton. Prior to working at Lucton, Tracey was a Head of English but is now more than content to teach English in the middle and senior school, as she is passionate about her pastoral role within boarding.
She believes in creating a relaxed, home from home experience for our boarding students in which they can make lifelong friends, celebrating different cultures and embracing all that an independent education can offer. Tracey wryly notes that Houseparenting doesn’t really allow for much free time, but she particularly enjoys baking. She also loves reading and walking her cocker spaniel, Dylan, in the wonderful countryside which surrounds school.
Tracey is married to Jonathan, a prep school teacher. Before arriving at Lucton, Jonathan worked for ten years as a Police Officer, so is more than able to handle the energy of his year 4 class. He thoroughly enjoys being a houseparent, as he says “you get to know pupils really well, helping to nurture their skills and often finding hidden talents.” Jonathan is also a keen musician and often heads up our Lucton “open Mic” evenings, as well as helping out with the more technical side of things in school productions and plays.
Tracey and Jonathan live in Croft House, together with their four daughters, Daisy, Honey, Dolly and Elfine, Ronnie, Reggie and Steve the cats, and not forgetting Dylan the dog!
Jack has previous houseparent experience gained in Milton Abbey, where he was an Assistant Housemaster. Jack is Head of Boy’s Sport at Lucton, and is passionate about Rugby. He brings a huge amount of fun and energy to the boarding house, whilst his background in raising student’s confidence and self-esteem means that every one of our youngest students feel nurtured and cared for.