New head teachers for two secondary schools

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Sue Morris, the current acting head of Grainville School, has been appointed on a permanent basis and takes up the role immediately, while Andy Adkin, the deputy head of Hautlieu School, is due to become Le Rocquier’s new head teacher in September.

Mrs Morris, who has been a teacher for 25 years and who was made acting head at Grainville two years ago, said: ‘This is a very special school and is at the heart of our community. Every child at Grainville deserves the very best educational experience and I will ensure, alongside our executive head teacher, our senior leadership team and committed staff, we will provide this.’

Mr Adkin, who has 17 years’ experience in senior leader roles in schools and has been deputy head at Hautlieu since 2008, said: ‘I am very sad to be leaving Hautlieu but feel privileged to have been appointed head teacher of Le Rocquier School.

‘Thanks to the leadership of Phil Slater and Sam Baglin, I take over a school looking forward to great success in the future. I am drawn to Le Rocquier because of the value it places on community and the fantastic atmosphere in the school.’

Education Minister Rod Bryans said: ‘This is great news for the students at both schools. Their new head teachers are committed, experienced professionals who I know will do everything possible to make their students successful. I wish them the very best in their new roles.’

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