Clive Case, Principal of The King’s School, Harpenden
Principal Clive Case was born in the Cape Province in South Africa and ultimately graduated from the University of Stellenbosch in 1979 with a B.A. in Geography and a sub-major in Clinical Psychology. He earned a post graduate secondary teaching qualification (H.D.E.) from the same university the following year and then spent two years in national service ending his service time as a commissioned officer in the infantry.
He began his teaching career in 1982 and has taught ever since. He has been a head teacher for almost 18 years, and in his current post at The King’s School in Harpenden since moving to the UK in April 1999.
Clive is an accomplished and engaging speaker and, in addition to speaking at church, shares his thoughts and experiences with different audiences about ‘Parenting’, 'Teaching’ and other subjects.
Clive gives an insight into his personal and family life.
"I accepted Christ into my life at the age of nine and have been involved in Christian ministry in various capacities since my university years.
I married Sandra in 1981 and we have two grown-up children, Jessica and Matthew. Sandra is the Manager at The Highfield Preschool.”
The family are all musicians - Sandra has a B Music degree and is an accomplished pianist. Jessica plays the violin and piano and both Matthew and Clive are worship leaders who play the guitar and sing.