New headteacher for St Peter’s School
Posted on: 25 November 2016
The governors of St Peter’s Church of England School in Exeter have appointed the acting head Phil Randall as the new permanent headteacher.
Mr Randall will take up his new role at the secondary school immediately.
Chair of governors Bindu Arjoon said:
“We received applications for the post from a number of candidates, followed by a shortlisting process and a rigorous two-day assessment process.
“Our aim was to appoint a headteacher who could work with the governing body to deliver our three strategic priorities: outstanding teaching and learning, embedding leadership and Christian ethos at all levels and building strong partnerships.
“We are confident that Phil Randall is well placed to deliver this vision.”
Mr Randall joined St Peter’s two years ago as deputy head as part of the new leadership team which was responsible for what inspectors from the school standards agency, Ofsted, called a “transformation”.
Mr Randall said:
“I am honoured to be headteacher of St Peter’s Church of England Aided School.
“What we do in the classroom will continue to be our priority.
“We will continue to invest in staff training so that our terrific teams of committed staff are supported and challenged to deliver the very best outcomes and experiences for our students.
“It is an absolute privilege to work with the staff, parents, governors and, of course, the fantastic St Peter’s students and I am confident that, together, we will create exciting and fulfilling futures for the students we serve”.
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