Mr Luke Bromwich is to take over as Head of St Margaret’s Preparatory School in Calne. Mr Bromwich, 35, is to become Headmaster in September following the retirement of Karen Cordon after 22 years. St Margaret’s is the sister school of St Mary’s, Calne and offers a co-educational experience for both boys and girls aged 3-11 years.
Mr Bromwich, who is currently Deputy Headteacher of Kellett School, the British International School in Hong Kong, was chosen to lead the school after a rigorous selection process carried out by the Governors.  Chairman of Governors, Svante Adde, said, “He was our unanimous choice and stood out as the leading contender in a very strong field of candidates, both from this country and abroad.

“This reflects the high reputation that both St Margaret’s and St Mary’s hold in the independent school world internationally as well as at home. We are confident that Luke will prove a very worthy successor to Karen and that he will steer the school with great success through the years ahead.”

Mr Bromwich brings with him extensive experience of leading successful schools both in the independent and state sectors, in the UK and internationally. He grew up in Devon and studied Engineering at Exeter University before pursuing his passion in education, which eventually led him to Hong Kong where he has been living for the last six years. His wife Frankie is also a teacher, with experience of working in both the private and public sector, more recently specialising in working with children with special educational needs. They have a two year old son, Noah, and the family looks forward to moving to Wiltshire this summer.

Mr Bromwich will be welcoming prospective parents into the school so that they can discuss the possibility of joining the learning community and see first-hand the facilities that are on offer for boys and girls aged 3 – 11. Parents can either book a one to one tour or attend the school’s Open Morning on Thursday 10 October. To book a place, please contact Mrs Simone Hughes in the Admissions Department on 01249 857379 or email email hidden; JavaScript is required