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New Bursar appointed at St. George's Prep

New Bursar appointed at St. George's Prep

Tuesday 12 November 2019

New Bursar appointed at St. George's Prep


St. George’s Preparatory School has appointed Ian Watson, a qualified Project Manager, as Bursar.

Mr Watson has held a number of senior management roles in Jersey and the UK; most recently he spent 13 years at Jersey Post where he led a large team delivering critical operational functions across the business.

"I’m delighted to have been appointed Bursar at St. George’s at such a special time in its history, with 2019 marking the School’s 90th Anniversary," he said.

"There are exciting plans for future development which I’m pleased to be part of with the rest of the St. George’s Preparatory School Executive Board. We have very strong teaching and administrative teams at the School, who are committed to delivering an excellent educational experience for every one of our pupils and a happy and productive working environment for all staff. It’s a privilege to be overseeing such a dedicated team."

St. George’s Headmaster, Cormac Timothy, added: "Ian’s appointment as Bursar comes at a key time for us. The school has grown in recent years, but our focus will always remain on offering an exceptional education and individual attention to each pupil, helping them to reach their greatest potential.

"We’re committed to maintaining small class sizes and offering an excellent standard of teaching supported by exemplary resources. The team management experience and strategic approach that Ian brings to our management team will help us to continue to maintain our high standards, and everyone involved with the School is looking to the future with enthusiasm and excitement."

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