Keir Smith

Associate Headteacher

William Perkin CofE High School

Graduated as a Geography teacher from the Institute of Education in 1995.

 First teaching post was at Cardinal Wiseman High School and then appointed as an Assistant Headteacher at Twyford CofE High School in 2000. Deputy Head at Twyford from 2003 and was awarded the NPQH Qualification in 2008. Appointed as Associate Headteacher at William Perkin CofE High School in 2013, which was awarded Grade 1: Outstanding in all areas by Ofsted in June 2015.

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