A school in Northwood have welcomed a new headteacher ahead of the start of the new school year.
On September 6 Rebecca Brown began her role as new headteacher Northwood College for Girls (NWC) as she welcomed the new Year 7 students to the school.
Mrs Brown has a wealth of experience at the school in her roles as assistant head, director of sixth form and deputy head since 2018.
Upon starting her new role Mrs Brown said she was looking forward to working on the school’s vision of getting the best they possibly can for each and every student.
She said: “I am absolutely delighted to take the helm of our incredible school and I am honoured to lead such a team of talented, forward-thinking and fiercely dedicated teachers, all of whom inspire our girls to embrace knowledge and discovery by bringing energy, dynamism and a love of learning into the classroom every day.”
Looking forward in her role, Mrs Brown discussed her personal aims for the school.
She said: “My promise to parents is that no student will fly under the radar. Our girls leave school armed not just with outstanding academic credentials, but also prepared to turn challenge into opportunity, to embrace change and innovation, to maintain a lifelong love of learning and to succeed on a path that is most suited to their individual talents.
“Ready to take their place in a world of opportunity, Northwood girls, are equipped with the proficiencies and dispositions to excel in the workplace, fully cognisant of their own strengths.”
Mrs Brown’s predecessor, Zara Hubble, has now retired but will very much remain in touch as she has proudly joined the school’s board of governors.