Very few will read this, but for those of you who spent 7 years at Eltham will know how much he did for the school. He wasn't the laid-back, chilled out teacher every student wanted, but he created something at the school that will last for a long time - in music, sport, art, and above all, in culture. You will not meet a headmaster who knows the name of each and every student who walked through Central Hall, that's for sure. A legend to those who knew him, just wanted to say thanks, PJH.
I think he knew every student's name in the school. He loved Eltham College and is much missed.
Better than Sanderson. Bring back the man..
strict when he wants to be but a lot nicer than people make him out to be.....