HMC welcomes new members from the UK and abroad

HMC is delighted to welcome seven new Heads to the association’s growing membership of leading independent schools.

HMC has added Frances King, Roedean, Paul Crute, The Royal School Armagh, Samantha Price, The Godolphin School, Ed Hester, Princethorpe College and David Burnett, The Royal School Dungannon to its UK membership this year. The Heads’ association had also welcomed Nick Argent, The British School New Delhi, Timothy Oughton, Scotch College, Australia and Hilary Johnston-Croke, Kincoppal-Rose Bay School of the Sacred Heart to its international membership this year.

Established in 1869, HMC has been providing support and advice to Heads for more than a hundred years. HMC has 254 members in the UK and Republic Of Ireland and a further 63 international members. HMC schools educate more than 200,000 children, 92% of whom go on to higher education.

Ian Power, Membership Secretary said:

"We are pleased to welcome six new members this year, notably Heads of exemplar schools. It is a great tribute to the reputation and quality of HMC’s membership that we continue to attract Heads of leading independent schools in the UK and abroad.  Our new members further reinforce the association’s educational values and commitment to quality, innovation and excellence in education."