The Head's Welcome

Mr Chris C Muller, Head of Sir William Perkins's School

It is my pleasure to introduce you to our wonderful school – a lively and welcoming community where generosity, curiosity and ambition thrive, and where Great Things are expected. 

At Sir William Perkins’s School, students are at our heart. We expect the best from them, and in return they can expect the best from us; both in terms of teaching of the highest quality – where each individual is stretched and challenged – and in receiving the tailored support and attention they need to achieve.

We are a warm and friendly school: we know our students, their talents, hopes and aspirations, and we work with them to develop innate confidence, leadership skills and an ability to perform well with others.

With access to a diverse co-curricular programme, students are accomplished all-rounders with university statements studded with personal achievements and successes. 

Our students leave us in Year 13 with determination and clearly defined ambition – ready to make their mark on the world.

Mr Chris C Muller

Mr C C Muller

Mr Chris Muller BA (Hons) has been the Head at Sir William Perkins's School since September 2014 and was Deputy Head for five years before that.

He was educated at Dartford Grammar School for Boys before going to University College, London where he read Classics. Deciding to enter teaching, he taught Classics at St Dunstan's College as well as being Deputy Head of Sixth Form before moving on to Kingston Grammar School where he became Head of Classics in 2000, and then Head of Sixth Form in 2003.

From there he joined us here at SWPS as Deputy Head and a member of the Classics department in 2009 before being appointed Head.

Mr Muller therefore has diverse experience of both single sex and co-educational schools, and acting in both Pastoral and Academic capacities.

He is an avid reader, is passionate about politics, current affairs and Doctor Who, and enjoys skiing with his family during the holidays.

Head Girl's Team

Students competing in the tug-of-war as part of the SWPS Midsummer Jamboree June 2021


Head Girl:
Lola Adepoju

Deputy Head Girls:
Kaji Jeyaram
Ellie Monk
Sierra Warnes

The Head Girl and Deputy Head Girls are appointed by the student body of the Lower Sixth, and have a high profile with diverse responsibilities.

These include duties such as meeting with the Head, Deputy Head and Head of Sixth Form to discuss issues pertaining to the student body, chairing the School Council Meetings, presenting and assisting at events, and leading the Senior Sixth in their leadership of the School, representing their views and those of younger students.

School Council

All students will be encouraged to get involved in the running of the School by taking on roles within the form and by representing their peers at School Council meetings, which are chaired by the Head Girl's Team.

There are many opportunities to contribute to the life and development of the School, take on leadership roles and train as mentors to support younger students.

The School is regulated by the Department of Education whose contact details can be found on the DfE website: and we are noted on the Edubase register available at: We are inspected by the Independent Schools Inspectorate - click here for our most recent Inspection Report.