Forward thinking and a big vision for pupils

Cranbrook Education Campus has recently made two key appointments.

Stephen Farmer has become head of secondary, while Sam McCarthy-Patmore is head of primary.

Cranbrook Education Campus’s secondary school has just 78 students but in a few years – as pupils filter in from the primary and from St Martin’s – the classrooms will fill.
Stephen Farmer can’t wait. He’s been part of the ‘build and vision of Cranbrook Education Campus from the start’. And now, as the head of the secondary school, he’s determined that the town’s all-through school for 0-16 year olds will become ‘an internationally recognised centre of excellence’ that’s ‘at the heart of the community’.

“I’m really excited to be here,” says the highly driven 32-year-old, who specialises in teaching Information and Communications Technology (ICT). “I have a very forward-thinking outlook and that’s something I want to bring to
Cranbrook.”

Article taken from The Cranbrook Herald. Read the full article here.