Kingham Hill School: headteacher grateful for success
PUBLISHED: 13:28 17 October 2013 | UPDATED: 13:43 17 October 2013
Kingham Hill School’s headmaster, Nick Seward, has publicly thanked staff and pupils for the school’s success over the five years since he joined.
Kingham Hill School is a coeducational independent day and boarding school for children aged 11-18, located in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.
Headmaster Nick Seward took the reigns five years ago, and has welcomed the upward trend in academic attainment since his arrival, thanking pupils and staff for their dedication. Of particular note are Kingham Hill’s A-level results for 2013, a record high for the school, with 61% of results graded A*-B, and 37% A*-A. Over the five years, school enrolement has increased by 25%, and inspection reports have given a consistently high rating to Kingham Hill.
Headmaster Nick Seward said: “Kingham Hill is a real gem of a school, with perhaps the most stunning setting in England, but of course it is talented and committed staff who really make it what it is. Happy and wellbalanced pupils, and proud parents, are testament to their hard work, and it’s a privilege to be leading the school family towards our 2020 Vision.”
For more information about Kingham Hill School, visit: http://www.kinghamhill.org.uk/