Head teacher to step down after 14 years
THE head teacher of a Portishead school is to step down after 14 years at the helm.
Portishead Primary School head Mike Scriven, right, will be retiring at the end of the school year.
Mr Scriven joined the school when it was based at Slade Road and pupil numbers were expanding rapidly. He helped lead the transition to a new site at Station Road, which opened in 2003.
Over the past eight years the school has continued to grow in numbers and is now known by many locals as the "school on the marina".
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It was rated as a good school with many outstanding aspects by Ofsted inspectors in 2009.
Mr Scriven will leave in July and hand over to Richard Riordan, who is currently the head of Cabot Primary School in St Paul's, Bristol.
The school is planning various events during July to mark Mr Scriven's retirement.
There will be a past and present book where messages and memories can be recorded and details will be posted on the website www.portisheadprimary.co.uk.