King’s School announces new Head
King’s College is delighted to announce the appointment of Mrs Yvette Day as the new Head of King’s College School, Cambridge. She will also take on the title and role of Master over the Choristers, a historic title referring to the responsibility for the education and care of the boys who have sung in the Chapel Choir since the College's foundation by King Henry VI.
Yvette Day is currently Head of The Chorister School Durham. She was educated in South Africa and in
Mrs Day succeeds Mr Nicholas Robinson, who retires after nineteen successful years as Head. During that time the School has gone grown substantially. Nicholas Robinson said: “It has been a real pleasure to lead such a wonderful School and to see it flourish over the years. I know Yvette well from my work with the Choir Schools’ Association and I am delighted to be handing over the reins to an excellent successor.”
Based in the centre of Cambridge, King’s College School is a leading independent prep school with 420 boys and girls aged 4 – 13, including 16 choristers who sing in the
The School is large enough to provide a full range of options and facilities, but small enough to give a 'family feel'. The School enjoys an excellent academic reputation, with a pleasing number of leavers winning scholarships to senior Schools in various disciplines.
Professor Michael Proctor, Provost of King’s College said that “Yvette is taking on a school that has gone from strength to strength in recent years, and she will be an inspiration to staff and pupils in the next phase of its history”.
Mrs Day will take up the post in January 2018.