Rashmi Rungta

Rashmi Rungta
Rashmi Rungta

Q. What do you enjoy about being a governor of Sidcot?

A. I am a firm believer in not just academics but also overall personal development of children, hence much enjoy contributing to the success and advancement of the school and promoting even further diversity. Sidcot has a very rich heritage and I am delighted to be a member of the Board.

Q. What do you do in everyday life?

A. I am a management consultant, with a technology and business background. I have my own limited company, through which I take on assignments. Have also assisted international SMEs setup their base in the UK.


Q. What’s most important to you about being a governor?

A. To be able to contribute to the mission, vision and the values of the school and apply my global diverse professional and personal experiences for the benefit of the school.


Q. What are you curious about?

A. I am curious about the changing education, business, and technology landscape and how it can be used for the advantage of the school and its pupils.  

Q. What surprises you about Sidcot? 

A. I am surprised to see the international diversity at the school and how well all are integrated with the Quaker values.


Q. Do you think you would enjoy being a student at Sidcot?  And if so, why?

A. Absolutely, because of the school location with natural surroundings, its Quaker values, academic standing and the diversity of the school.


Q. What does Quakerism mean to you?

A. Trust, mutual respect, integrity, community, honesty, environment, and peace


Q. What's the best piece of advice you've ever been given?

A. Treat others as you would like to be treated and take your work seriously whatever it may be


Q. If you had one word to sum up Sidcot, what would it be?

A. Overall development including academic and personal