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Excellent results achieved with a big dollop of humour, humanity and freedom of thought. Parents are clear about who school is for – local bright, conscientious girls who’d wilt in heat radiating from area’s famous all girls’ academic sizzlers. ‘Not about results to the exclusion of everything else,’ said one. ‘It’s academics plus drama and dance.’ Sport dominated by rowing with many and varied successes – regular medallists in national schools rowing championships. Currently 180 girls involved. ‘The largest female...

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Since 2014, Chris Muller BA (40s), promoted to the top slot five years after joining school as deputy head. Before that, at Kingston Grammar as head of classics for nine years, with six as head of sixth form. Preceded by identical pairing one level down (classics teacher/deputy sixth form head) at RGS Guildford, with first teaching post at St Dunstan's. BA from UCL.

Parents very happy with his appointment and approach - forward thinking that stops well short of the revolutionary, a moderate who’ll keep the new buildings coming but the essential values the same and won’t ‘be too comfortable - or frightened of addressing challenges,’ felt a mother. Packs a lot into his weeks – working an 11-hour day undoubtedly helps. Attends every event going (‘girls like it that you’re...

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