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 All female staff except for the head of music. The head describes them as ‘passionate and dynamic’, ‘incredibly impressed with their work ethic, the best I’ve seen at any school’ and ‘open-minded to new initiatives’. Classrooms are mostly spacious and all wonderfully bright, often with views of Victorian rooftops. The school seems to be perceived as very much ‘traditional’, but we’d add without being remotely stuffy. Mr Snowball can see why it has that reputation...

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Since 2016, Mr Oliver Snowball (early 40s). BA (in English literature), MA (in theatre studies) and PGCE. Previously a teacher of English and drama at Tunbridge Wells Girls’ Grammar School, then at various points head of drama and senior housemaster at Kent College Pembury. Most recently deputy head and interim head at Kent College Prep.

Energetic, immaculately turned out, friendly and engaging, with an almost paper-free glamorous (if hot on a summer’s day) office/greenhouse, Mr Snowball seems to have hit the ground running with his vision for the school and is clearly engaged with contemporary educational debate. Firstly, he has introduced a focus around seven character traits that he feels will help children perform to the best of their ability. They include grit, optimism, empathy and trust. The head and...

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