Crackley Hall Appoints New Co-curricular Assistant Head

Pupils and staff at Crackley Hall welcomed a new member to the school’s senior management team at the start of the Lent Term. Charles Lamprecht, an experienced teacher and senior leader, takes on the role of Assistant Head of Co-curricular and Cross Phase Liaison for the Kenilworth independent junior school.

Mr Lamprecht is from South Africa. He grew up on the picturesque Garden Route and after studying for BEd degree worked as a teacher in Cape Town in a number of roles. In 2009 he relocated to the UK and for the last eight years has worked for an independent preparatory school near Windsor. He brings a wealth of experience to his new role having previously been a Head of Year, Head of Design Technology and Director of Sport.

As a member of the senior management team at Crackley Hall, he will work closely with the Headmaster, Rob Duigan, and colleagues to ensure pupils enjoy the very best co-curricular opportunities.

Explaining his approach, Charles Lamprecht comments, “I have a strong pastoral focus and believe that empowering pupils develops stable, confident young people ready to make a positive difference to society. I look forward to working with the children, their parents and my fellow staff.”

Rob Duigan, Headmaster at Crackley Hall, comments, “We are delighted that Charles has joined us as Assistant Head, Co-curricular and Cross Phase Liaison. When interviewing him for the role I was impressed with his holistic approach to education, an ethos which is echoed here at Crackley. He will be a key figure in the provision of the all-round education we offer the children here at Crackley and I wish him well in his new role.”