He claims that he wants to improve the school, however if this was the case he would have made sure that he was more hands on, hired good teachers. He also fails to listen to students feedback and is barely accessible. He demands respects for things he fails to accomplish.
During my time at BHH I have found that he is a highly strict man and strict is seen as good but it can get a bit too much. In my opinion, I think that he cares more about Bexhill High's Reputation than his pupils learning. Students have now moved into a very new building (1yr old) and I think it just shows that referring to his school's reputation is more 'important'. Plus I never saw him that much...(good for students I imagine!) So I think if you asked ANYBODY (student wise) They'd agree.. :]
I worked with him for many years and he is very dedicated and takes tough decisions even if they are not popular
His focus on becoming an education pioneer far outwieghs his focus on the pupil's and family's wellbeing. New methods and school day are a risk to his pupils' future.
as a head teacher he doesnt seem to know whats going on in his school,full of promises we all hope he can deliver,but why has it got this bad in the 1st place,unbelieveable lack of leadership
is a good headteacher but can seem very over the top when dealing with students and parents needs to trust his own staff and students
lol...i remember mr conn ...many years ago...when he first came to bexhill - he used to be the most feared teacher around... the class would go pin drop silent whenever he walked in...lol