Name & Job Title.
Beth Gammage, Head of Admissions and Marketing
Where did you join Langley from/what was your previous role?
I joined Langley from Invictus International School in Singapore where I worked as Head of Marketing and Admissions. Before that I worked at Norwich School as Head of Marketing for 8 years, at Cancer Research UK for 5 years and in PR after leaving university.
Tell us a little bit about yourself and your new role at Langley…
We moved back to Norfolk after spending a year out in Singapore, which was a great experience for our family. I grew up in Nottingham and lived in Leeds and London (and a brief stint in Taiwan) before being introduced to the wonders of Norfolk by my husband, who grew up in this fantastic county. I started at Langley in June remotely from Singapore, moving back and starting on site in July 2022. My role as Director of Marketing and Admissions is to play a leading role in developing the future marketing, communications, PR and pupil recruitment strategy for the school. This covers everything from social media to creating films and advertising on buses as well as looking at how we create a fantastic admissions process for new families.
What are you most looking forward to in your new role at Langley?
One of the wonderful benefits of working in a school (in any role) is that you can get involved in the many activities taking place in and around school – and as a marketing team we get the privilege of capturing and sharing these. I really enjoy the creative side of the role, working on brand campaigns and films which reflect the community of opportunity and excellence that we have here at Langley.
Any hobbies/interests outside of school?
I used to be a competitive cheerleading and coached teams in my previous roles. I would love to start a team at Langley one day. I also like to run (I completed my first Run Norwich 10k a few weeks ago) and go to the odd Crossfit class. I have two young girls (aged 4 and 7) so they keep me busy most of the time!
A fun fact about yourself.
I was a contestant on the first ever series of Britain’s Got Talent (we passed the buzzer stage!) and even had a row with Simon Cowell.