New headteacher to take charge at north Derbyshire school

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A new headteacher is to take the reins at a north Derbyshire school this September, it has been revealed.

Dan Wright will take up the post at the private Mount St Mary’s College, at Spinkhill, after the summer.

Mr Wright, who is currently head at a school in Stockport, will move to the college with his wife Georgina and three sons later this year.

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Dan Wright is to become head at Mount St Mary's College.Dan Wright is to become head at Mount St Mary's College.
Dan Wright is to become head at Mount St Mary's College.

He said said he was ‘delighted’ to be making the move to Mount St Mary’s, a leading Catholic, independent day and boarding school for children aged 11 to 18, and it would be an ‘honour’ to become its head.

“My wife and I have been given the kindest welcome at Mount St Mary’s College and we are very much looking forward to moving over the Pennines and making the school our home,” he said.

“Our boys William, Tobias and Teddy will be joining their respective years at the Mount and Barlborough Hall School, and they’re very excited at the prospect of making lots of new friends.”

A graduate of St Andrews and Cambridge, Mr Wright has a love of live theatre and musical performance. He will bring a wealth of experience with him to Mount St Mary’s College, which will be his second headship.

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He added: “Mount St Mary’s College is a very special place where learning and individual development are the heart of everything.

“It’s an honour to be the college’s next headteacher and I can’t wait to get started.”

For more information about the school, visit its website.

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