Attleborough High head resigns to become 'county head'

The interim head of Hamonds High School has resigned as permanent head of Attleborough High.

The interim head of Hamonds High School has resigned as permanent head of Attleborough High.

Stuart Bailey has now become a “county head” which means he is employed directly by the county council and can be sent to any school it needs him to go to.

The move leaves Attenborough High free to employ a new permanent head teacher and Mr Bailey able to stay on at Hamonds for as long as is necessary.

Mr Bailey was drafted into Hamond's as interim head after Yvonne Srodzinski was suspended as in April pending an investigation into her management.


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The investigation is still ongoing but both school governors and Norfolk County Council have always refused to give detailed reasons for her suspension. They have, however, been at pains to stress that the matter in no way relates to child welfare issues.

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