Trustees and Directors
Fred Child, Chair of Trustees and ex-officio member
Retired following 35 years with a nationwide financial organisation, management experience of central purchasing and R&D manager in property management. A Fellow of British Institute of Facilities Management, as a director and knowledge and strategy chair, past director Global FM. Past President of Thamesdown Rotary Club. Past chair of governors with primary school experience and academisation.
Mark Edwards, Trustee (Vice Chair of Trustees)
A Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Mark is now Head of Packaging for a large corporation, with extensive knowledge of procurement and technical development globally. He has over 18 years’ experience of school governance at both primary and secondary level. A former councillor within Swindon, he has many links with the community including scouts and several other charitable organisations.
Amy Fedrick, Trustee
Independent educational consultant. A qualified teacher with experience across the early years and primary phases. Experience working locally and globally to improve standards of education. A breadth of knowledge and skills from a MA in Education. Passionate about delivering training across the workforce and to parents to improve outcomes for all children.
Anthony Purser, Trustee
Commissioned Army Officer. Extensive experience in Leadership, Management and Strategic planning. Two years’ experience as a Governor. Understanding of the conversion process to an Academy as a Governor. Breadth of skills and experience within Risk Management and Resource Planning.
Matthew Dixon, Trustee (Vice Chair of Trustees and Chair of the Finance and Audit Committee)
A Chartered Global Management Accountant by profession. Matt is an experienced finance professional and is currently Head of Finance for a large Telecommunications organisation. He has experience across a number of industries and has a passion for developing high performing teams. He is looking forward to putting these skills and experience to good use, to help enable young people to reach their potential.