Headmaster and CEO

Dominic took up his appointment as Headmaster and CEO in January 2016. He received a congratulatory first class degree in History from the University of Leicester and then studied for his doctorate on Henry VII at Magdalen College, Oxford.

Dominic taught for eleven years at Harrow School, where he was Head of History and an Assistant Housemaster, before moving to Worth School as Deputy Head. In 2007, he became Headmaster of Mill Hill, an HMC coeducational day and boarding school in north London, and Chief Executive of the Mill Hill School Foundation comprising the senior, prep, pre-prep and international schools.  He is a governor of Westminster School; The Pilgrims’ School, Winchester; Perrott Hill School; King Arthur’s School, Wincanton; and Sherborne Qatar.  Between 2009 and 2018 he was member of the Council of the University of Leicester, the university’s governing body.  He has published various articles on early Tudor history and in September 2019 was named Best Head of a Public School at the Tatler awards. 

Dominic is married to Cara, a barrister specialising in clinical negligence, and they have two daughters and two badly behaved dogs.  His interests include music, antique clocks, indoor rowing and skiing.