THE new headteacher at a village primary school says he very proud to have been chosen to work there
Andrew Davies, who has been the acting headteacher at Tarvin Primary School since September, was appointed to the post on a permanent basis.
Mr Davies began working at Tarvin School in September 2008 as assistant head.
Before joining Tarvin, he worked at schools in East Cheshire and, for several years, in the centre of Southampton.
Mr Davies expressed his delight at being appointed on a permanent basis.
He said: “We all feel that the school has moved forward so much in what has been a transitional phase and the whole team is delighted that we can now continue on our mission to provide outstanding outcomes for the young people in our care.”
He was also keen to praise his team for their efforts over the past few months and added: “I feel extremely lucky to have such a dedicated and talented team of professionals behind me and the school has an incredibly positive atmosphere.
“This school is a very exciting place to be at the moment and I extremely proud to have been chosen as the one to lead us into the future.”