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New head master for Christ’s Hospital

PUBLISHED: 14:46 27 May 2016 | UPDATED: 14:46 27 May 2016

Simon Reid

Simon Reid

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The Board of School Governors have announced that Mr Simon Reid will succeed John Franklin as Head Master of Christ’s Hospital with effect from September 2017.

Mike Hiard, Chairman of Board of School Governors said: “Christ’s Hospital has, in every respect, made enormous progress in the nine years to date under John Franklin’s leadership; something that we saw clearly reflected in the quality and motivation of the candidates that applied for the post. In Simon, we believe that we have found the perfect blend of experience, empathy with our unique ethos and charitable mission and the focused leadership qualities necessary to lead CH successfully in the next phase of its development.”

Simon’s career has seen him teach in a number of prestigious schools including Brentwood, Stowe and Christ’s Hospital (1993-2004), where he held various posts. After Christ’s Hospital, Simon spent seven years as Deputy Head at Worksop College before taking up his present position at Gordonstoun in 2011.

Simon has a BA in English and Politics and a Higher Diploma in Education, both from the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa. His wife Michèle teaches French (her native language) and they have two adult children. Simon’s interests include architectural and landscape photography, writing poetry, reading and skiing.

www.christs-hospital.org.uk

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