It has been announced that Mrs Clark will leave her post to take up the headship of a prestigious London girls’ school.
Mrs Clark will leave in December 2017 after seven years in her post, to become the new Headmistress of the North London Collegiate School from January 2018.
Mrs Marion Ardron, Chair of Governors at the school said: “Mrs Clark has worked tirelessly for The Queen’s School and we congratulate her on her success.
“While retaining the school’s all-important academic heartbeat and pastoral excellence, she has developed opportunities for girls to grow in confidence and leadership and will be leaving Queen’s in a very strong position for this excellent work to continue.
“The Governors will begin the recruitment process to identify her successor shortly and we anticipate that the reputation of the school will stand us in good stead in attracting the highest calibre candidates.”
North London Collegiate School is one of the most highly regarded independent girls’ schools in the UK. Both schools are members of the Girls Schools’ Association.