The Governing Body at Colonel Frank Seely School is delighted to announce that Jonathan Gale has been appointed Headteacher with effect from 1 January 2015.
Jonathan Gale commented “I feel extremely proud and privileged to introduce myself as the new Headteacher of Colonel Frank Seely School. It is an exciting time for us with further academic, pastoral, and extra-curricular achievement to be nurtured and developed. I would like to thank all the governors, staff, parents and pupils for their fantastic support and I look forward to working closely together to create a school that nurtures every individual’s talent”.
Mr Kurylec, Acting Headteacher added “Jonathan Gale not only has the complete backing and support of the school’s leadership team but also that of the whole staff body. We all feel that he is the right person for the job and that his success is well-earned and merited and we are all delighted with the Governing Body’s decision”.
On Sunday 9th November Brendan Burns, a former pupil of Colonel Frank Seely School was invited to represent his Regiment, 2 Mercian, by the Royal British Legion to lay a wreath at the Arnold and Daybrook War memorial.
The day began with a short parade to St. Paul’s Church for a Service of Remembrance led by Revd. Sally Baylis. Following the Service a parade through the streets of Arnold was greeted by a large turnout of residents.
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The Governor Selection Panel met on Wednesday 21 October to consider the written applications for the post of Headteacher.
There were 10 applications of which 6 strong applicants were shortlisted.
A series of interviews with these applicants will be held on Wednesday 12 and Thursday 13 November.
Chair of Governors