Endowed’s new head

After eight and half years in the role, Phil Loveday is stepping down as head teacher of Bridgnorth Endowed School. He will leave on 1 June to take up the head position at Earl’s High School in Halesowen.

Reflecting on his time in Bridgnorth Mr Loveday said, “I put my heart and soul into this school and while there have been some bumps along the road, it has generally been a great journey.”

He will be replaced by Barry Worth, who said, “I believe in old fashioned values such as hard work, courtesy and manners, which fit well with our desire to provide every student at The Endowed with the opportunity to go to university.”

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