Alan Aldous

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Alan (Harold) Aldous (14 November 1923 – 24 February 1992) was a teacher who was headmaster of two schools.

He was educated at Ilford County High School (where he was a prefect) and Jesus College, Oxford.[citation needed]

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Mr Aldous was Assistant Master at St. Dunstan's College, Catford, 1949–54 and at Merchant Taylors' School, Crosby, 1954–59. He was Headmaster of King's School, Pontefract, 1959–70 and of Leeds Grammar School, 1970–75.[citation needed] Following a scandal involving a pupil's mother, he was allowed to resign through ill health, he subsequently became Director of Sixth Form Studies at Longsands School, later Longsands Community College, St. Neots, 1976–88.

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