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New principal announced at Ipswich Primary academy

PUBLISHED: 16:57 04 November 2018 | UPDATED: 16:57 04 November 2018

New Murrayfield Primary Academy principal Neil Winn. Picture: PARADIGM TRUST

New Murrayfield Primary Academy principal Neil Winn. Picture: PARADIGM TRUST

PARADIGM TRUST

The current interim principle of Murrayfield Primary Academy in Ipswich, is to become the school’s permanent principal with immediate effect.

Neil Winn became interim principal in June 2017 following the untimely death of his predecessor Amanda Phillips

Ever since he has been working with the teachers and pupils of the school to improve results.

The new principal at Murrayfield Primary Academy said: “I am delighted to accept the position of principal at Murrayfield.

We have made good progress but I am looking forward to working with my colleagues and the parents to continue our efforts to ensure every one of our pupils receives the outstanding education that they are entitled to.

“We are also looking forward to our first Ofsted inspection as an academy so that we can demonstrate what has been achieved.”

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