Principal quits

5th February 2010 at 00:00
Principal Daniel Khan quit Grimsby Institute on Tuesday after nine years' service

Governors appointed his deputy, Ray Ellis, as acting principal the following day. In a statement, the college said Professor Khan would be taking a sabbatical during his notice period and that he planned to "pursue other professional interests". Gill Alton, the institute's vice-principal who is credited with driving the college's higher education growth, was appointed acting deputy principal.

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