Who goes where;Briefing

22nd October 1999 at 01:00
DAVID MALLEN, former county education officer of East Sussex, has been awarded a visiting professorship at London's Institute of Education. Mr Mallen, who has been advising the Department for Education and Employment on the Green Paper, introducing performance-related pay and a new career structure for teachers, will look at how local education authorities can be restructured.

Heather Rabbatts, chief executive of the London borough of Lambeth, has been appointed a non-executive director on the DFEE's board. The board charts the department's strategic direction, develops policy priorities, gives guidance and monitors the department's working. Ms Rabbatts is also governor of the London School of Economics and the BBC.

Elgar Howarth is to become artistic director of the National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain when Roy Newsome, the present music director, retires at the end of 2000 after 17 years. Mr Howarth, formerly a trumpet-player with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, is now a freelance conductor.

David Sulkin, a freelance opera and theatre director and arts education specialist, has been appointed head of policy and operations at the National Foundation of Youth Music. Mr Sulkin was the co-founder of the Baylis programme at the English National Opera.

Andy Schofield has been appointed headteacher of Varndean secondary school in Brighton. Mr Schofield is deputy at the school and played a key role in its successful bid for technology college status. He has taught in Hastings, Plymouth and Southend and is now a regular TES contributor.

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