Welcome Mrs Stevenson

Following Mr Creber’s retirement we are delighted to welcome our new principal, Mrs Stevenson, to Brownlow.

Originally from Lisburn, but now living in Dromore, Mrs Stevenson is married with four daughters. She has previously taught, for 14 years, in the Southern Regional College. During that time she had held a number of roles. Mrs Stevenson said: “I was a Teaching and Learning Advisor working in the Quality Improvement Unit in the college. I was then appointed to the role of Deputy Head of Engineering, followed by Deputy Head of Early Years and Health Care. I was then asked to move across to the School of Applied Science and Academic Studies where I was the Deputy Head with responsibility for A levels, The Access Diploma in Adult Learning, The AB Degree in English and History, The Diploma in Irish Language, Creative Writing and British Sign Language”.

Away from Brownlow, Mrs Stevenson is an Associate Assessor with the Education and Training Inspectorate and she is also a moderator for Occupational Studies for CCEA.

Mrs Stevenson continued, “My vision for Brownlow is for it to be an excellent school with high standards, where children feel safe, happy and well cared for. We want to enable all young people in Brownlow to achieve their full personal and academic potential. I fully subscribe to the integrated ethos of education where young people of all abilities, religious traditions and cultural backgrounds are educated together in a caring and nurturing learning environment in which respect for others is paramount”.

Welcome to the Brownlow family Mrs Stevenson. We look forward to the exciting times that lie ahead.