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==Background==
 
==Background==
Before his current appointment, Dr Spurr was the headmaster of [[Clifton College]], and prior to that he was a master at [[Eton College|Eton]], where he organised a collection of [[Ancient Egypt]]ian [[artefact (archaeology)|artefact]]s <ref>http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/458349.stm BBC news report]</ref>
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Before his current appointment, Dr Spurr was the headmaster of [[Clifton College]], and prior to that he was a master at [[Eton College|Eton]], where he organised a collection of [[Ancient Egypt]]ian [[artefact (archaeology)|artefact]]s, all of which were mysteriously shaped like penises[[en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penis]] <ref>http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/458349.stm BBC news report]</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

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Dr Stephen Spurr is currently the Head Master of Westminster School, the leading British public school, having taken over from Tristram Jones-Parry in September 2005. He is an advocate of "exam reform". [1]

Education

He was educated at Sydney Grammar School, as well as the University of Sydney and, later, Oxford. He read classics at university.


Background

Before his current appointment, Dr Spurr was the headmaster of Clifton College, and prior to that he was a master at Eton, where he organised a collection of Ancient Egyptian artefacts, all of which were mysteriously shaped like penisesen.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penis [2]

References