Seven new teachers for Wisbech Grammar School

12:13 05 September 2014

Wisbech Grammar School staff

Wisbech Grammar School staff

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Seven new faces have joined the ranks of the teaching staff at Wisbech Grammar School.

Louise Kemp, former head of English at Gordonstoun school, is taking over as head of the sixth form and Clerissa Green has moved from Leicester Grammar School to be head of physics.

Dr Gary Paine, who was head of chemistry at King’s Ely, has joined the chemistry department and Christopher Cole, who taught science at Iceni Academy, Methwold, is teaching physics.

Another new science teacher is Jennifer Lasouska, who was previously teaching biology at St Mary’s School, Ascot.

Ex-pupil Anna Dunnet has been employed as a graduate sports coach and Alex Moores has joined the modern languages department as a part-time Spanish teacher.

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