Quest Board of Management

Board of Management

  • Anne Martin

    Anne is one of Quest School’s founding Directors and her daughter, Clare, attended the school when it opened in 2003, until she moved on to adult provision.

    Anne became involved in autism education following the diagnosis of her daughter with autism in 1997, following which Anne ran a home ABA education programme for her daughter from 1999-2003.

    Anne was appointed as Head Teacher of Quest in 2004. Anne is a qualified teacher and previously worked for a number of years in mainstream schools; she undertook the professional qualification training for Headship during 2005-6.

  • Ashley Carter-Mepsted

    Ashley is one of the founding directors of Quest School. She became involved in the world of autism after her son was diagnosed in 1995.

    Ashley is the transition officer for Quest School. Her role involves advising and assisting pupils and parents in deciding on the most appropriate provision after Quest, and ensuring a smooth transition into that placement

  • Ian Martin

    Ian is Chair of the Trustees, one of the Quest school founding directors and his and Anne’s daughter Clare previously attended the school when it opened in September 2003. Ian is an actuary and an insurance company CEO as well as trustee of a number of charities and a local church Elder.

    Outside interests include sport, music, eating, holidays and his motorbike!

  • Peter Mepsted

    Peter is one of the founding directors of Quest School and his son attended Quest since the school opened in 2003, until he moved on to adult provision.

    With over 30 years managerial experience, Peter now runs his own health and safety consultancy business with clients across many sectors of industry.

    He has a keen interest in education and has been a governor of Milestone Special School for over 12 years and chair of the resources committee.

    Interests include football (keen Spurs fan), music, history and DIY!