New leaders have been appointed at Boston High School, one of the UK’s top 50 performers at GCSE last year.
Andrew Fulbrook, currently head teacher of William Lovell School, will take up the post of principal in January 2014. Mr Fulbrook said he was ‘delighted’ at being entrusted with the leadership of ‘one of the most successful selective schools in Lincolnshire’ and added that he looked forward to working with the students he described as ‘welcoming, confident and talented’ to ensure that each has the best possible chance to ‘enjoy, engage and achieve’.
Experienced senior leader Wendy Costin-Morris, who also joins the school, will serve as acting principal between September and January, before working as an additional deputy head teacher, with a focus on continuing to raise standards of teaching and learning.
Mrs Costin-Morris led Bourne Grammar School’s sixth form to OfSTED ‘outstanding’ status in 2008.
Mike Worrall, chair of governors said: “New as well as established leaders will work together to support staff and students and maintain the forward momentum Dr Howard and his team have set, and ensure no school in Lincolnshire can match BHS for the overall quality of provision.”