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  Heads Hunted
Among the upcoming head and principal appointments:
Derby High School Leehurst Swan School Merchiston Castle School St. Mary’s School Sherborne Girls
Warwick School
Derbyshire Wiltshire Edinburgh Buckinghamshire Dorset Warwickshire
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Schools featured in this issue include:
 Westbourne House School Pre-Prep, Sussex, continued its series of Family Fun Days with activities as diverse as canoeing, camp re cooking, archery and a blindfold nature trail laid on across the school’s 100 acre grounds.
A morning of outdoor pursuits attracted a large number of participants from both the local community and much further a eld. Lured by the promise of water-based pastimes such as canoeing and hook-a-duck plus woodland adventures involving toasting marshmallows, the crowds made the most of the extensive opportunities to enjoy learning new skills.
 Abingdon School
Akeley Wood School Aldenham School Ashville College
Barrow Hills School Bolton School
Brighton College Bromsgrove School Cobham Hall School Epsom College
Exeter School Farnborough Hill School Felsted School
Foremarke Hall School Fulneck School Giggleswick School Godolphin School Heath eld School Hymers College Kingsley School
King Edward’s School
King’s Ely
Lancing College
Leicester Preparatory School Lewes Old Grammar School
Leweston School
Loughborough Grammar School Manchester High School for Girls Merchant Taylors’ School Moulsford Preparatory School Mount House School
Oundle School
Pocklington School
Rendcomb College
Riddlesworth Hall School Shef eld High School for Girls Sibford School
Solihull School
St. Benedict’s School
St. Helen’s College
St. Margaret’s School for Girls St. Mary’s School
Stamford Endowed Schools Stonyhurst College
Trent College
Wellington School Westbourne House School Westbourne School Westholme School
Wynstones School
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