Mr M Keeley BMus (London)

Associate Head

Michael Keeley won a scholarship to The Cathedral School in Salisbury where he sang as a chorister before attending Bishop Wordsworth Grammar School. 

After studying Music at Goldsmith’s College, London, he completed his teacher training at Birmingham University.  In 1990, he became Assistant Director of Music at The Godolphin School in Salisbury where he taught for three years.  Michael was appointed as Director of Music at More House School in 1993 and promoted to Deputy Head in 2014.  He was an Assistant Vicar Choral in the choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral from 1994 to 2011 and continues to sing at St Paul’s as his teaching commitments allow. In 2017, he was promoted to the role of Co-Head and is now Associate Head of the School.

Michael lists cycling and curry amongst his interests.