Top teach­ing post for for­mer pupil

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - School Report -

A FOR­MER pupil of Ash­ford’s Nor­ton Knatch­bull school has taken on a top teach­ing role.

Adrian Wyles, 40, has been ap­pointed di­rec­tor of sixth form at Sut­ton Va­lence School, near Maid­stone.

Af­ter a de­gree in ge­og­ra­phy and teacher train­ing, he be­gan his teach­ing ca­reer at a large Lon­don com­pre­hen­sive be­fore be­com­ing prin­ci­pal teacher of hu­man­i­ties at Home­wood School, Ten­ter­den.

For the past seven years, he has been head of ge­og­ra­phy and head of pro­fes­sional de­vel­op­ment at the in­de­pen­dent Hurst­pier­point Col­lege, West Sus­sex.

He has re­turned to live in Ten­ter­den with his wife Dee and their 12-year-old son Chris. THOSE first days at pri­mary school are very spe­cial.

So to en­able you to keep a me­mento of those unique times the Ken­tish Ex­press’s high­ly­pop­u­lar First Class is re­turn­ing this au­tumn.

Our pho­tog­ra­phers are vis­it­ing ev­ery pri­mary school in the area to take pho­to­graphs of pupils who started school for the first time this term, and their teach­ers.

The first batch of First Class school pho­to­graphs will ap­pear in next week’s Ken­tish Ex­press.

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