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New head for junior school.

AFTER 12 years of being headmaster at Warwick Junior School, Guy Canning will soon be retiring and is due to be replaced by the current headmaster at Wolverhampton Grammar Junior School, Andrew Hymer (pictured).

Andrew taught in five different schools prior to becoming head of Wolverhampton Grammar in 2011 and for nine years was the deputy head at King's Hawford School in Worcester. Previous posts included seven years at RGS Worcester, four years at a middle school in Warwick and three years at Ashville College in Harrogate.

Before embarking on his teaching career, he was also, briefly, a policeman in South Yorkshire.

Mr Lock, headmaster of Warwick School, said: "I am certain that we have appointed a worthy successor to Guy Canning and that the Junior School will continue to thrive in the years to come."

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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jan 27, 2016
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