Hello! We are your Da Vinci House Captains and Sport Captains. Feel free to come find us around school; we can assist you with any Da Vinci related issues and provide necessary assistance. Our role is to support Mrs. Burgess in making sure that all Da Vinci students are happy and secure and have their voices heard.

Hello! We are your Da Vinci House Captains and Sport Captains. Feel free to come find us around school; we can assist you with any Da Vinci related issues and provide necessary assistance. Our role is to support Mrs. Burgess in making sure that all Da Vinci students are happy and secure and have their voices heard.

Director of Studies

Mrs W Burgess

Phone / (Ext) – 01905 423906 / 227

Email: w.burgess@cwlc.email

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Learning Mentors

Mr D Stokes

Learning Mentor Group: DDSP

(and Mrs Arnold on a Wednesday)

Email: d.stokes@cwlc.email

Mrs K Barham

Learning Mentor Group: DKAB

Email: k.barham@cwlc.email

Mrs C Arif

Learning Mentor Group: DCLA

Email: c.arif@cwlc.email

Mrs Hagon

Learning Mentor Group: DGLH

(and Mrs Orchard on a Tuesday)

Email: g.hagon@cwlc.email

Miss K Minchin

Learning Mentor Group: DKAM

Email: k.minchin@cwlc.email

Mr S Callaghan

Learning Mentor Group: DSC

Email: s.callaghan@cwlc.email

Mrs S Hall

Learning Mentor Group: DSHG

Email: s.hall@cwlc.email

Miss E Smith

Learning Mentor Group: DELS

Email: e.smith@cwlc.email

Who was Da Vinci?

Born 15th April 1452 – Died 2nd May 1519

Leonardo da Vinci lived in the time of the Renaissance.
He was a scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and a writer. Many people think that Da Vinci was one of the greatest painters of all time; other people think that he was the most talented person ever to have lived. He was born in Vinci, which is a small town near Florence in Italy. He was trained to be an artist by the sculptor and painter Verrocchio. He spent most of his life working for rich Italian noblemen. In his last years, he lived in a beautiful home given to him by the King of France. Da Vinci was perhaps most famous as a painter. Two of his pictures are among the best-known paintings in the world: The Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. His best-known drawing is Vitruvian Man. Da Vinci was also an inventor, and although most of his inventions were never made, his notebooks survived and they show evidence of the earliest versions of a helicopter, a tank, a calculator, a parachute, a robot, the telephone, evolution and solar power.

Who was Da Vinci?

Born 15th April 1452 – Died 2nd May 1519

Leonardo da Vinci lived in the time of the Renaissance.
He was a scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, sculptor, architect, botanist, musician and a writer. Many people think that Da Vinci was one of the greatest painters of all time; other people think that he was the most talented person ever to have lived. He was born in Vinci, which is a small town near Florence in Italy. He was trained to be an artist by the sculptor and painter Verrocchio. He spent most of his life working for rich Italian noblemen. In his last years, he lived in a beautiful home given to him by the King of France. Da Vinci was perhaps most famous as a painter. Two of his pictures are among the best-known paintings in the world: The Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. His best-known drawing is Vitruvian Man. Da Vinci was also an inventor, and although most of his inventions were never made, his notebooks survived and they show evidence of the earliest versions of a helicopter, a tank, a calculator, a parachute, a robot, the telephone, evolution and solar power.