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25/11/2015

SCS Governors unanimously appoint Robert Key as new Chairman

Robert Key, former Member of Parliament for Salisbury and a past pupil and parent of Salisbury Cathedral School, has been unanimously appointed by the School’s Board of Governors as their new Chairman. He succeeds Acting Chairman, Robert Sykes, who has been in the post for an interim period, and who now returns to his position as Vice-Chairman.

Robert succeeds The Very Revd. June Osborne DL, Dean of Salisbury, who, as you know, stepped aside as Chairman earlier this year. Acting Chairman for the interim period, Robert Sykes, will now resume his position as Deputy Chairman.

Clive Marriott, Head Master, Salisbury Cathedral School said:

“Robert joins at a really exciting time for the School. He is a prominent figure in the Salisbury community and has a great affinity with the School having been here as a boy and then as a parent. He brings with him a wealth of experience and a real determination to see the School continue to excel as the leading independent school in the area. We are delighted to have him help drive the School forward”.

Robert Key also has a long association with the Cathedral having served as a member of the General Synod of the Church of England from 2005 - 2015, Chairman of the House of Laity of Salisbury Diocese (2011-15) and a Lay Canon of Salisbury Cathedral since 2008.

Robert Key said:

“This iconic school, with its high standards and its Christian ethos, gave me my compass for life. It also inspired our Chorister son. For me, the Cathedral School is a family affair and I am privileged and proud to have been asked by the Governors to take the Chair. In this turbulent world, Salisbury Cathedral School is a community of trust, a place of stability and learning and a beacon of hope, that is ambitious for growth and innovation. In my first School Report of Easter 1952, the Head Master wrote, ‘Now that he is settled and secure more will be expected of him’. Now I know what he meant!”
 

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