Birchfield head steps up

A new head is set to start at a prep school in Albrighton next academic year. Chair of governors Tracy Carver announced that Sarah Morris has been appointed as the new head of Birchfield Preparatory School, commencing in September. Mrs Morris is currently head of Norfolk House Prep School in Birmingham and previously served as deputy head at Birchfield for seven years.

Mrs Morris elevated Norfolk House’s national rankings from 45th to 25th in 2015 in the Sunday Times top 100 prep schools in England. She is a fully qualified team inspector and a member of the Independent Schools Association (ISA) Inspections Committee.

Sarah says, “I’m absolutely thrilled to be appointed as head of Birchfield School. With a reputation for academic excellence, Birchfield offers tailored preparation for entrance to prestigious senior schools and excels across sport, music, art and drama. It will be a privilege to lead Birchfield to new successes in the coming years.”

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