Strathallan School head teacher to take up role in September

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Following the announce­ment of a new headmaster for Strathallan School, the chairman of governors, Richard Linton, is delighted to announce that Mark Lauder will take up his role at the start of the new academic year in September.
Mr Lauder has enjoyed notable successes in his past seven years at Ashville where he has overseen a rise in public exam results at A Level and GCSE to achieve record highs and a significant increase in pupil numbers.
He will take over from Bruce Thompson, who has led Strathallan for the past 17 years.
Under Mr Thompson’s guidance Strathallan has enjoyed significant acad­emic, sporting and creative achievements.
Highlights include an £18 million investment programme which has resulted in extensive new facilities, including a new girls’ boarding house, dance and drama studio, indoor tennis facilities and a strength and conditioning suite, as well as classroom and accommodation refur­bishment.