Aysgarth School appoint Rob Morse as new headmaster
PUBLISHED: 15:43 14 September 2015 | UPDATED: 15:43 14 September 2015
New head for prep school
Aysgarth School, one of the country’s leading boys’ prep schools has a new headmaster. Rob Morse succeeds Anthony Goddard who, along with his wife Caroline, retired in July this year. ‘Aysgarth is a fantastic school that offers boys a top class education and prepares them for the best senior schools in the country,’ said Rob. ‘I feel very honoured to be Aysgarth’s next headmaster and working alongside its wonderful team of dedicated staff.
Rob is married to Lottie and has two children, Daisy and Harry. In addition to his role of headmaster, Rob will be teaching geography and games. He will also be responsible for communications with both Senior and Preparatory Schools.
This is Rob’s second position as headmaster. He was head at Perrott Hill Preparatory School, Somerset and before that, deputy head and housemaster at St. Anselm’s, Derbyshire. His early career was spent at Bedford School (HMC) and at Mount House School in Devon. He was educated at Truro School and holds a B.Ed. (Hons) Physical Education and Humanities degree from De Montfort University.
His wife Lottie is also a teacher. Following her Fine Art Degree, Lottie began her career at Bedford Modern School where she was artist in residence. Lottie has taught children from five years through to 18 year-olds and across the full range of subjects. She holds a P.G.C.E from Homerton College, Cambridge. At Aysgarth, Lottie will teach a number of subjects and be heavily involved in pastoral and boarding co-ordination.