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Genial, dapper and approachable; a hands-on head who ‘does not like to spend his time behind a desk’. Is keen for school to have its own identity but ‘to sit as one within the Dame Allan family’. Wants pupils to think that ‘learning is fun’, and that they ‘want more of that’. Good selection of play apparatus appropriate for each stage of development and KS2 area marked out for netball. Luxury of an all-weather playing surface for other traditional team sports, together with adequate grass pitches. The nursery is bright and well-resourced...

 

 

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Head of junior school

Since 2008 Andrew Edge MA (50s), previously head of years 4-6 here. Studied mediaeval and modern history at St Andrews, then a spell in industry (accountancy and customer service) before a PGCE at Durham. Taught and subsequently appointed deputy head at Ravenscourt Park Prep School in London.

Genial, dapper and approachable; a hands-on head who ‘does not like to spend his time behind a desk’. Is keen for school to have its own identity but ‘to sit as one within the Dame Allan family’. Wants pupils to think that ‘learning is fun’, and that they ‘want more of that’.

Avid Sunderland football supporter and keen sportsman, playing cricket and golf and coaching pupils’ rugby; enjoys travel. Married with one son at alma mater...

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