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Posted 15/3/2017

Although it is still quite a long time in the future, I feel I need to let all involved with Brompton Hall know that I will be retiring from my post of Headteacher of Brompton Hall at the end of this academic year. The governors have been aware for a while, and the process of selecting someone to take over is well underway.

Leaving Brompton Hall has been a very difficult decision to take. I have been Headteacher here since 2001 and have found working here very rewarding. There have, of course, been many changes and many challenges over this period – but the most pleasing part of the work is being part of a team, delivering high quality care and education, that has made a real difference to both the boys who have been here – and their families as well.

I was Headteacher of a similar school in Lincolnshire before I came to Brompton, and a deputy Headteacher as long ago as 1990, which is probably why I feel it is time for me to take things a little more steady. However, I will be very much hoping that over the coming years that Brompton Hall maintains the high quality of the provision, and moves on from strength to strength under new leadership. It is an educational establishment that is appreciated by many, and one that is vitally needed.