New Lichfield primary school unveils headteacher to lead it forward

Richard Storer was officially unveiled as head at a recent open evening for the free school, which opens in September 2023, and he is absolutely thrilled at the prospect of leading the school as it begins to establish relationships in the ciMr Storer has a wealth of senior leadership experience having spent a combined seven years as assistant headteacher and deputy headteacher at Greysbrooke Primary School, also in Lichfield, where he had previously arrived as a newly-qualified teacher.As well as the school offering the very best opportunities for children to thrive in the classroom, Mr Storer believes the vibrant Lichfield community provides the ideal chance for the school to form partnerships which will enhance experiences and life skills for its pupils. He said: “It was fantastic to chat with parents at the open evening because they are at the heartbeat of this tremendous community and we were able to share discussions about how the school will be able to tap into what is happening for children in and around the city.

Tapping into the “tremendous” Lichfield community to enhance opportunities for pupils is at the forefront of the thinking of Anna Seward Primary School’s new head

“Working alongside parents, we will be able to forge links with activity groups in the community and then celebrate the achievements of pupils – both in and out of school – by inviting parents and carers into school for awards ceremonies. There is just so much potential because of how vibrant the area is. This is the beginning of a special journey and we have the chance to create a successful framework which will build a legacy and culture together.

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