New prinicipal appointed for Cambridge Regional College

PUBLISHED: 10:21 12 July 2010 | UPDATED: 10:25 12 July 2010

Anne Constantine

Anne Constantine


CAMBRIDGE Regional College (CRC) has announced the appointment of a new principal to take over from current head Rick Dearing, who retires this year.

Anne Constantine, principal of Huntingdonshire Regional College since 2002, will join CRC this autumn after her appointment by governors.

Ms Constantine’s qualifications include an MBA; her career began as a teacher of languages both here and overseas, and has included posts as a local authority education officer and as director of teaching and learning at Wakefield College.

She said she is looking forward to her new role.

“It is already one of the best colleges in the region and has the potential to be a leading college in the country,” she said.


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