Sue is responsible for the strategic development of the Trust.
Sue is a committed and experienced educationalist with her heart very firmly in the classroom. She trained as a teacher and has an MA in Education. During her career she has taught in a number of challenging schools across the phases and managed and led a wide range of educational change programmes locally, regionally and nationally. She has worked in primary, secondary, special and further education establishments as a teacher, education adviser, a management trainer and an Ofsted inspector. She has also had local and national government roles which have included School Improvement Adviser, Partnership Manager, Director of Young Peoples Learning and Director of Academies for London and the South East. Sue has also been responsible for major change programmes in the Department for Education and recently spent some time in Uganda working in a voluntary capacity, using her experience to inform educational change programmes elsewhere.