CHRIST COLLEGE IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE APPOINTMENT OF MR ROBIN THOMPSON AS HOUSEMASTER OF ORCHARD HOUSE FROM SEPTEMBER.
Mr Robin Thompson joins Christ College from Greensteds International School, a British curriculum international boarding school located on the edge of the Nakuru National Park in Kenya, where he has been a Deputy Head for three years.
Prior to this he spent 13 years at Bloxham School in Oxfordshire, including four years as Head of Department and seven years as Housemaster.
Having led Greensted forward from challenging times, he is looking forward to getting back to what he enjoys best about his profession – being alongside individuals, their care, guidance and support through their teenage years.
Robin will also take on the role of Subject Leader of Economics and Business Studies and is a keen sportsman.
As one adventurous chapter comes to an end, Robin, Michelle, Frankie (9), Sam (7), Ruth (4) and Beth (1) are excited to begin the next chapter of their lives beside the boys, parents and staff of Orchard House.
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