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A Message from the Head Master

St Peter's 13-18

A Message from the Head Master

Cameron Miller

I am very sorry to share the sad news that Mr Camron Miller died peacefully in his sleep last Friday following a short illness.

Camron was a much-loved colleague and teacher of English, Drama and Classics. His wide-ranging interests and breadth of knowledge was admired by all who knew him and his warmth, kindness and humour will be greatly missed. He was a man of great spirit and passion for his subject, instilling a love of literature in those who were fortunate enough to spend time with him. Well-read and intelligent, he was deeply involved with debating and public speaking where his wit and eloquence were much appreciated. His consideration and care for others made him an excellent Tutor to the boarders in Dronfield and he was an integral part of the life of St Peter’s with a wide group of friends. 

Camron’s life and contribution to St Peter’s will be celebrated and remembered in due course and a book of condolences has been placed in the school chapel where all are invited to share thoughts and memories. I know that this news will come as a great shock to many and support is available at school. Please do contact me or senior colleagues if we can be of help.

Camron’s family have asked us to let people know that his funeral will take place in St Bee’s Priory Church, Cumbria on Wednesday 21 August at 11am. Our thoughts and prayers are with Camron’s family and all who will be affected by his loss.

Jeremy Walker
Head Master