Miltoncross headteacher stands down

Lee Hider with his work at the exhibition

Students snap their take on city life for exhibition

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HE’S done plenty to encourage pupils to read, but Miltoncross headteacher Niel McLeod is standing down at the end of this year – after seven years in the job.

The father-of-three, who will take up a job as business manager of a school in Brighton and work as an Ofsted inspector, says he wants to ‘pursue new career opportunities’.

Miltoncross is currently ironing out legal details as it becomes an AET-sponsored academy.

Mr McLeod, who stresses his decision has nothing to do with the academy plans, said: ‘I’ve had seven happy years here.’

The school’s governing body is in the process of recruiting a new head to start in September.