Hereford Cathedral Junior School

Herefordshire

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  • Category: Nursery / Pre-Preparatory / Preparatory
  • Pupils: Co-Education
  • Type: Day
  • Religious Affiliation: Church of England
  • Roll: 190 (Boys) 137 (Girls)
  • Age Range: 3 - 11 years
  • Founded: 1898

General Information

Hereford Cathedral Junior School provides an outstanding education in the heart of the city. The School boasts a warm and inviting atmosphere where children make friends with ease, enjoy their learning and develop confidence. With small class sizes, specialist staff and strong pastoral care, the School is able to respond to the individual needs of every child, from Nursery through to Year 6.

Facilities

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

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Pupils are encouraged to make the most of the opportunities available to them, including a wide-ranging programme of lunchtime and after-school clubs. These include a variety of activities including craft, drama, cooking, rugby, creative writing, chess, science and Latin.

The School occupies a number of Medieval and Georgian buildings along Castle Street at the east end of the Cathedral, with extensive games' fields (Wyeside) a short walk away by the River Wye. The buildings range from the Grade 2 listed No. 28 and the ancient 14th century "Hall of the Vicars Choral" to the 21st century RIBA award-winning Moat, which houses the Pre-Prep in a range of bright and modern classrooms and outdoor spaces.

Open Days

All visits are welcome, please contact the school.

Fees

2017/18. Nursery: Details available on request. Reception to Year 2: £2,624 per term. Year 3 to Year 6: £3,373 per term.

Reports

ISI Inspection 2014

School Contact Details

Headteacher: Mr C Wright

Contact for enquiries: Lucy Stonehouse

Hereford Cathedral Junior School
28 Castle Street
Hereford
Herefordshire
HR1 2NW

[t]: 01432 363511
[f]: 01432 363515
[w]: www.herefordcs.com

Location Description

Hereford Cathedral Junior School, lies at the centre of the Cathedral City of Hereford, in one of the most rural and unspoilt counties of England

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Congratulations to Hereford Cathedral Junior School Chamber Choir (and Miss Toolan!), who performed brilliantly in the finals of the BBC One Songs of Praise competition.

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children missed out on being crowned Young Choir of the Year, but they did themselves proud. Judge Carrie Grant said they were “relaxed, confident and dramatic”.

The Chamber Choir started its journey in the BBC’s national competition back in November 2017 when they sent a CD entry to judges. They were then selected out of hundreds of choirs from across the UK to sing live on national television.

Discussing the amazing experience junior school pupils had filming for the show at the Pontio Centre in Bangor, Rachael Toolan, Head of Music at Hereford Cathedral Junior School, said: “With a tremendous sense of excitement and anticipation, the Chamber Choir travelled to North Wales to battle it out against four other schools in the competition.”

She added: “Upon arrival they were met with a camera crew capturing the atmosphere and were soon engaged in interviews with BBC presenter Josie d’Arby, warm ups and sound checks on stage.

“The youngsters got a real insight to how a TV programme is made and enjoyed meeting presenter Aled Jones. The choir sang a specially arranged four-part version of ‘Be Still for the Presence of the Lord’ and celebrity choral judges Carrie Grant, Ken Burton and JB Gill remarked upon their ‘beautiful sound’ and ‘awe inspiring performance’.

“There were some outstanding choirs involved from Kent, South Wales, Hampshire and Jersey and our youngsters enjoyed meeting them and making new friends. Only a few choirs are chosen for the televised performance so the children are extremely proud to be one of them.”

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Hereford Cathedral Junior School Year 3 pupils performed their show ‘The Piper’ three times to an audience last week.

Each performance was full of fun,

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songs, great acting, wonderful costumes and excellent teamwork skills. There were fantastic characters such as the rats, village children, a thrifty treasurer, the villagers, narrators and the village mayor, and of course not forgetting the fearsome Pied Piper!

Well done to the staff for their hard work and to the children for their fun-filled and confident performances – brilliant!

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Hereford Cathedral Junior School Year 4 pupils went to the Old House in the centre of Hereford as part of their humanities studies into life

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in Tudor times. They looked at a fabulous model of what Hereford would have looked like 400 years ago and used a mortar and pestle to crush medicinal herbs.

A lesson in Tudor table manners followed, as well as an opportunity to dress in period costume. On the top floor there was a room where pupils were able to play with some toys and lie down in a bed, as well as receive expert instruction from Miss Jeynes in how to swaddle a baby.

Competitors from Hereford Cathedral Junior School travelled to Malvern College last weekend for the aquathlon.

There were 12 independent schools from the West and West Midlands

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represented, including some very strong sporting schools (Monmouth, Malvern St James, RGS Worcester, King’s Worcester, Cheltenham College Prep, Bromsgrove School).

Over 150 pupils took part in the U13 and U11 categories. All competitors had to swim 100m, ‘transition’ into their running gear and run 800m around the undulating grounds of Malvern College (with no break between swimming and running).

All of our young team did very well. They will have gained from the experience, and all but one will be eligible for the U11 competition next year. Special congratulations go to Oliver S (Year 5), who won bronze in the U11 boys category (out of 42 competitors).

 

Hereford Cathedral Junior School’s Junior Chamber Choir have won the Barnardo’s National Choir Competition 2015 in London’s prestigious Royal Festival Hall!

Following more than 350 entries

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from choirs all over the UK, the School’s Junior Chamber Choir was one of only 18 selected in the junior age category.  The choir sang ‘We are the young’ and ‘Hey Diddle’ for a panel of five judges (videos of their song on available at: http://www.herefordcs.com/Choir-Champions-1), all of whom are choral specialists.  They brought the Royal Festival Hall to life and clearly impressed the judges with their energy, positivity and excellent singing.  By winning, the Junior School choir is now invited to sing in November’s Young Supports Concert at the Royal Albert Hall, London.

The choir received excellent feedback from Douglas Coombes MBE and he has offered to write a song especially for them​ as the winning choir.

Miss Rachael Toolan, Hereford Cathedral Junior School’s Head of Music said:“We were competing against 17 excellent choirs within our section and so we were truly honoured to be selected as the winners. We are all delighted!”

 

From Nursery to Sixth Form, pupils and staff at one of the area’s top independent schools are celebrating today after another very positive inspection report.

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on from the outstanding review by the Good Schools Guide released in December 2013, inspectors from the Independent Schools Inspectorate have concluded that both HerefordCathedralSchool and HerefordCathedralJuniorSchool are ‘excellent’ in every respect.  The report also highlights the aims, success and achievements of the school, and confirms the high quality of education and the outstanding opportunities which the pupils receive.

Both reports judge the school as ‘excellent’ – the top mark on the ISI’s four point scale – in all of the headline categories, including the quality of academic and other achievements, the quality of the pupils’ personal development and the effectiveness of governance, leadership and management.

The inspectors found that the Junior School, including its Nursery, “is exceptionally successful in meeting its aims” and that “pupils’ success is the result of teaching of high quality within a broad and interesting curriculum, which includes many trips and talks from visitors, as well as the provision of a wide range of extra-curricular activities.”  The Senior School and Sixth Form findings echo the results seen at the Junior School, stating that pupils “respond very effectively to excellent opportunities in the curriculum and activities, and to excellent teaching”, adding that “this results in good levels of progress, and excellent progress in the sixth form”, where “results at A level have been above the national average for maintained schools and above the national average for maintained selective schools”.

A particular strength of the School noted by the inspectors is the excellence of pupils’ personal development in terms of confidence, morality, cultural awareness and social responsibility. Inspectors also note excellence in the provision for both special educational needs and the more able at the School; the Junior School report states that “due to well-considered provision, pupils with SEND and those who are particularly able make good and often rapid progress in their learning” whilst the Senior School’s effective strategies help “those with SEND achieve consistently at similar levels to their peers through excellent support in and out of the class”.

Paul Smith, Headmaster of Hereford Cathedral School said,

“We are delighted that the hard work of pupils, staff and Governors has been acknowledged in these two ‘excellent’ ISI reports.”

“I have always had complete confidence and belief in the quality of education and the outstanding experience our pupils receive and it is fantastic that the inspection teams recognise, as I do, just how special HerefordCathedralSchool is.”

“We have come a long way since our last ISI inspection, improving year on year, meeting recommendations and exceeding our goals and aspirations.  This report is a testament to all our hard work across the Junior and SeniorSchool.  This report is also the start of another exciting chapter in the School’s rich history as we follow our School Development Plan and continue to offer the very best in the future.”

 

Christopher Wright has been unveiled as the new Headmaster at Hereford Cathedral Junior School.

Mr Wright will take up his role from September 2014, succeeding current

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head Tim Wheeler, who announced he will move on to Stockport Grammar Junior School after over 5 years at the school.

Currently Assistant Head at Exeter Cathedral School, Mr Wright said he had been extremely impressed by Hereford Cathedral School and its nursery to sixth form approach.

“The passion within the Junior School, its excellence, breath and community spirit, as well as its connection to Hereford Cathedral, all combine to make Hereford Cathedral Junior School a very special and exciting place,” he said.

Paul Smith, Hereford Cathedral School’s Headmaster added,

“I am very pleased that Christopher Wright has agreed to lead our Junior School forward. Christopher has a proven track record in school leadership and management and I very much look forward to working with him.”

After attending The Dragon School and Harrow School, Mr Wright went on to study at Warwick University, where he gained a First Class Honours degree in Industrial Economics and also an MSc in Economics.  He is currently studying for a MEd at the University of Buckingham.

He has taught at Winchester House School, St Edward’s School, Oxford and The Banda School in Nairobi.  Prior to his current Assistant Head role at Exeter Cathedral School, he was Director of Studies at Moor Park School.  He has held other positions of responsibility including Head of Mathematics, Housemaster, Child Protection Officer, Head of Boarding and Deputy Head.

He and his wife Jo are very much looking forward to moving to Herefordshire and their youngest child will be joining the Junior School in Year 1.  Mr Wright lists squash among his interests, as well as tennis, scuba diving and surfing.

 

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