Kisharon are delighted to announce that Dr. Emily Haddock will become the new Headteacher of the Wohl Campus, Kisharon Noé School and Loftus learning centre commencing 1st June 2021.
After a rigorous interview process by the School’s’ board of Trustees, the decision to appoint Emily was made in conjunction with the Kisharon Charity, a panel member from the Barnet Local Authority and Interim Headteacher Sharon Mullish. All involved believe that Emily will be an inspirational leader with a wealth of experience and a passion for Special Education.
Emily is an experienced SEND Headteacher and has consistently demonstrated a rapid and lasting impact on the schools she has been associated with including setting up a new special Free School, which was graded ‘Good’ in its first Ofsted. Emily has also been the Executive Headteacher of two residential SEND schools where she improved the Ofsted rating to Outstanding in both.
With high aspirations for all young people and a creative vision Emily is excited to start her new role, “I can’t wait to join Kisharon and get to know the young people, staff and families. I am looking forward to sharing in the successes and the exciting plans we have for the future!” said Emily.
Chair of Trustees – Kisharon Noé School, Emma Castleton said, “We are incredibly fortunate that Emily will be joining us and leading Kisharon Noé School on its continued journey to realising our dream of being a beacon in the community. We wish Emily every success in her new role. Her “Kisharon” – (talent) will enable us to bring out the talent in each and every one of our students”.
To ensure a smooth handover, Interim Headteacher Sharon and Emily will work together until the end of the academic year. From September, Sharon will be focusing on ensuring the strength of the Kodesh curriculum and solidifying the already strong team.