Old boy returns to lead Manchester Grammar

THE Manchester Grammar School has announced old boy Dr Martin Boulton - a former mining engineer- as its new High Master.

The Altrincham-born 45-year-old, who is currently the equivalent of deputy head at Westminster School in London, attended MGS' sixth form from 1984-86.

Before starting his career in education Dr Boulton worked in the mining industry for DeBeers and also in corporate finance for Arthur Andersen.

He will join MGS in September, as the 43rd High Master, and replaces Dr Christop... For the full story register now for free or login below...

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