Manchester Health Academy enters a new phase with the appointment of a new Principal, following the departure of Mr Owen in July. The former Vice Principal of the Academy, Mr Kevin Green, is to take up the reigns, having secured the post this week.
Mr Green has been Vice Principal at the Academy for four years.
Mr Green says “I am honoured to take up the role of Principal for Manchester Health Academy. The staff and students of the Academy are an amazing group of people, and it is my pleasure to lead this great organisation forward.”
Prior to joining the teaching profession Mr Green was an engineer for more than ten years. His teaching career spans twenty years, including nine years as a senior leader, making significant impact in each of his roles.
David Cain, Chairman of the Manchester Health Academy said, “We are delighted that Kevin has been appointed as our new Principal following his time as the Vice Principal. He is now well placed to lead the Academy forward and we are confident that our students will benefit from all that he will do, with the support of staff, to deliver a good education to them.”
Letters have gone out to parents informing them of the new appointment.