Sophie Savage appointed as the new Head of Boundary Oak School

Boundary Oak School, near Fareham in Hampshire, has appointed Mrs Sophie Savage as its new Head, from September 2021. Current Head, James Polansky, will take on the new role of Executive Head at QV Education.

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Photo of Mrs Sophie Savage
Photo of Mrs Sophie Savage

8th June 2021 — Boundary Oak School has appointed Mrs Sophie Savage as its new Head, from September 2021.

The school, near Fareham in Hampshire, is part of the Quo Vadis (QV) Education group.

Currently Academic Deputy Head, Sophie has over 17 years of experience in teaching including positions as Head of Mathematics and Head of Seniors at Boundary Oak.

Sophie commented: "I’m really excited to be stepping up to headship, leading Boundary Oak and continuing to work with our fantastic staff and pupils."

Current Head, James Polansky, will take on the new role of Executive Head at QV Education as it aims to expand the number of schools in its group.

About Boundary Oak School

Boundary Oak School is an IAPS co-educational, day and boarding for 2 to 16 year olds.

Located among 30 acres of beautiful English countryside, with fields, woods and stunning views, Boundary Oak is a magical setting for a child’s education. It is also steeped in history; the Grade II listed main building, Roche Court, was built by Peter de Roches, the bishop of Winchester, in the 13th Century and hosted King John of England and his son Henry III. The school itself is celebrating its centenary next year having been founded in 1918.

Boundary Oak School takes pride in its strong family ethos and the personalised learning it provides. This is a community of learning built upon mutual trust between teachers and pupils with a strong shared sense of purpose, and a commitment to high standards driven by passion and enthusiasm.

Our rigorous academic curriculum is supplemented by our vast array of clubs, sports, drama, music, art, computing and outdoor learning opportunities. Facilities include an art and DT studio, food technology classroom, theatre, library, ICT and 3D printing suite, woodland school, swimming pool, hockey and tennis astro, and extensive sporting grounds.

We aim to foster an intellectual curiosity to develop freedom of thought and expression and support our pupils to take responsibility for their own personal and collective learning.

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