Head turns to lead rival school

13th July 2012 at 01:00

One of the few high-profile private schools to sign up to England's free school programme, Moorlands School has lost its headteacher to a rival, after parents complained that the old prep school's character had been lost. Andrew Cook led the Luton school for 20 years before it became a free school last September.

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