Andrew Broadhurst - national chairman, Voice (2008/09)
Monday, 28 July 2008
Currently the National Vice Chairman, Andrew Broadhurst, a secondary school teacher from Sleaford, Lincolnshire, will be installed as National Chairman at 15.15 on Monday 28 July.
Biographical details are below and a photograph is available on request, or can be downloaded from
http://www.voicetheunion.org.uk/broadhurst where an online version of the biography is also available.
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Andrew Broadhurst was born and brought up in Accrington, Lancashire, gaining 'O' levels at Moorhead County High School and 'A' levels at Accrington and Rossendale Further Education College before a BSc in Astronomy and Physics from University College, London, and a PGCE from the University of London Institute of Education.
Andrew has been teaching Physics for 22 years at four different boys' schools, ranging from an Inner London comprehensive to the independent sector. He is now teaching at a grammar school in Lincolnshire.
Outside teaching, Andrew has held posts as a churchwarden and as a local authority councillor in the London Borough of Haringey. Andrew lists his hobbies as gardening, science fiction and supporting Accrington Stanley.
Click here to read Andrew Broadhurst's speech to the Voice annual conference 2008
Further details of Conference are online at http://www.voicetheunion.org.uk/conference2008
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