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Wimborne is named after Lord Wimborne, from whom Canford was bought in 1923 when it became a school. Originally housed in the main building, it moved to its current location in 1996 when it became the third day house. Wimborne occupies the ground floor of the ‘Monteacute/Wimborne’ building near the Manor House and is conveniently located close to the Music School, Theatre, Sports Centre and Tuck Shop.
Tel: 01202 847403
Please note: Day Housemasters 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.
Lealand joined Canford in 2014 from Eastbourne College where he was Head of Business Education. In addition to a BSc from Cardiff University and a PGCE at Masters Level 7, he has extensive experience as a tutor both in day and boarding houses as well as working as the Fifth Form tutor coordinator. Lealand coaches rugby and netball and runs the school chess club. He is married to Aislinn who also teaches at Canford.
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