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Retirement of Malcolm McHenry

Retirement of Senior Assistant Headteacher
Malcolm McHenry
Malcolm McHenry
Malcolm McHenry, Senior Assistant Head, retired in December 2014. 

Malcolm joined the school in  September 1997.  He worked as SENCo (Co-ordinator for students with Special Educational Needs) for many years and as a consequence worked closely with lots of parents as well as students.  He led on Primary Liaison, going out to local primary schools to meet children coming to Windsor and helping build their confidence and allay their fears about transition.  He has been Key Stage 3 Director, responsible for the pastoral care of Years 7, 8 and 9 and latterly in charge of pastoral care across the school.  He is student centred, driven by his commitment to remove barriers to learning so students could succeed.
Some students will also remember Malcolm for the annual Year 7 residential to Astley Burf outdoor pursuits centre where the sun shone (usually) and many spent their first ever nights away from home in log cabins in the countryside.
Malcolm plans to spend his retirement cycling, following Birmingham City F.C. (a lifelong passion) and travelling.  His first trip is already booked to Australia in February to watch the cricket.
Malcolm will continue to have links with Windsor as he has agreed to join our Local Governing Body so we can continue to benefit from his expertise.

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