Richard Markham (cropped)
Richard Markham

Richard Markham was educated at King Edward VI School Southampton before attending Oxford University to read Modern History, followed by a PGCE.  He gained 4 Blues at Hockey and represented Wales in the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur.  He began his teaching career at Marlborough where he reached the position of Director of Studies before moving to Hockerill Anglo-European College as Principal in 2013.


Hockerill Anglo-European College is a State Boarding School and offers the International Baccalaureate programme at Middle Years (11-16) and Diploma level (16-18).  At Hockerill Richard has continued to teach, is overseeing the College’s introduction of the MYP: Next Chapter and ongoing development of the IB Diploma Programme.  Hockerill remains one of the foremost, non-selective state schools with a strong emphasis on international outlook.


To find out more about Hockerill Anglo-European College please visit their website at http://www.hockerill.com  and follow @HockerillCol




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