Subsequently Bob was a Secondary Headteacher Consultant for Social Inclusion for 6 years chairing the Secondary Social Inclusion Advisory Placement Panel (SSIAPP). He also acted as Branch Convenor for Wolverhampton ASCL (The Association of School and College Leaders.) In addition he is currently a Manager at the Wolverhampton Secondary PRU Federation.
Nicola is also Principal of the founding school: Aldersley High School in Wolverhampton. Having worked in a number of schools, Nicola has been the Principal of Aldersley High School for the past 8 years; due to the success of the school she formed the Amethyst Academies Trust in 2016.
Nicola has had a varied career that started in Primary education; she then went on to become a SENCO in Secondary school and an English teacher. Passionate that the trust places students first she is focussed on raising standards and transforming lives.
Helen believes that as a director she has an important part to play in raising school standards and her experience of governance will support her in this role.
She believes that the role of the governing body is absolutely key to the effectiveness of a school and the life chances for every young person.
She has been at Moreton School as a Governor for a number of years and was appointed in September 2015 as Vice-Chair. She has chaired the Finance and General Purposes Committee.
He has successfully led Higher Education teacher training and Ofsted Inspections to Good and Outstanding and one of the case studies was displayed on the Ofsted excellence gateway. His work with disengaged young people resulted in attainments that were recognised nationally and in Europe as a model of good practice.
As a pioneer for enterprise and innovation in Education, he successfully set up partnerships with SMEs and major blue-chip companies such as Apple, Roland Music and New Horizons and generated over £3.5 million for enterprise and innovation in Walsall. More recently he was part of the project team to that secured the successful opening of the Ladder Alternative Provision School.