New Headteacher appointed at Elmhurst School for Boys

Elmhurst School for Boys

19th May 2017 | Early Years

Elmhurst School for Boys is delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Antony Padfield as Headteacher.

For Mr Padfield this is an exciting next step in a teaching career that has encompassed a wide range of experience, through which he has prepared himself rigorously for the challenges of Headship.

Mr Padfield studied History and Sports Studies at Brunel University, before undertaking a PGCE at the University of Brighton specialising in Physical Education. Since qualifying Mr Padfield has worked in a number of independent schools in the local area, in middle and senior leadership positions. His passion for children’s education and development extends outside school and includes youth work and rugby coaching.

Watch our short video below, to find out about Mr Padfield’s vision for Elmhurst School for Boys:

Watch a short video of some of our pupils reflecting on Mr Padfield’s appointment as Headteacher:

Download our School Development Plan Overview (2016 - 2019) here.

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