Mr Mark Langley began his current role at the College in July 2022, having been on the staff since September 2021. He has a wealth of experience in the educational sector, having previously held a wide variety of roles that include University Lecturer, Deputy Headmaster, Educational Consultant and School Governor. Educated at Marton Hall Preparatory School, Mark was a prefect and Captain of Cricket. Mark went to what was the Grammar School in Bridlington and completed an Honours degree and MPhil at The Manchester Metropolitan University in Sport and Exercise Science. He then continued to gain a PGCE in Physical Education at The University of Durham.
After nearly twenty years in the teaching profession, he took a career break to complete an MA in Education and Leadership at The University of Hull. He successfully graduated in the Summer of 2021. Both his daughters, Emily and Harriet, attend the College. Emily is currently studying for the IB Diploma in the Sixth Form. Hattie joined more recently from Terrington Hall and started Year 9 in preparation for her GCSEs.
Away from the College, sport is a major part of Mark’s life. He is both a spectator and a player. When he is not watching his daughters compete, you can find him on the squash court himself. Mark plays in the Bridlington Squash League. You may also find him telling extremely bad ‘dad’ jokes, in the kitchen burning yet another meal or playing the guitar badly!