A new headteacher has been announced to take over an all-girls independent school.Chloe Moon will take on her new role as headmistress at Braeside School in Buckhurst School from September.
Mrs Moon first joined the school as SENDCo in January 2016, also becoming Head of Seniors later in the year.
A statement released by Braeside School said: “Mrs Moon is passionate about helping pupils to achieve their full potential.
“She is looking forward to developing further the friendly and well-disciplined environment whilst growing the self-confidence, independence, responsibility, kindness and good manners that we see every day.”
Braeside is a prep school that provides education for girls from two and a half to 16 years old.
Mrs Moon also provided a comment on the school’s website, saying: “This is an all-through school that aims to nurture and develop the academic, creative and personal skills in each of pupil from the youngest in Kindergarten to the oldest in Year 11.
“From an academic, social and personal perspective, our focus is to continuously develop and empower our students.
“We aim to instil a sense of respect and discipline, to encourage confidence and self-belief, and to provide an environment that is safe and secure.
She added: “Please do come and see Braeside in action during a normal working day.
“My team and I will be delighted to discuss you daughter’s future schooling and to find out more how we can help with her journey through life in education.”
Braeside School's first day of term is Wednesday, September 4.