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Salisbury was founded during the war for day pupils and moved to its present location by the river in 1973. It occupies the old mill building sited beside (and partly over) the River Stour. It is a house with a great deal of character, close to the teaching area of the school and very accessible by car.
Tel: 01202 847383
Please note: Day Housemistresses have full-time teaching commitments, coach sports and lead other school activities. However they should be contactable during the day and will endeavour to reply to you as soon as possible.
Laura joined Canford in 2013 from Lord Wandsworth College. She has a degree from Durham University in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry and completed her PGCE qualification at the University of York.
Laura has co-ordinated the Shell Carousel Activities programme and has extensive experience of tutoring day and boarding pupils across all age groups. She coaches hockey, netball and athletics and has an interest in art. She is married to William who is an OC and also teaches in the Biology department.
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