Mrs J Carter M.Ed Cantab
Joined LVC Governors in 1998
Primary Assistant Headteacher
Dr L Fisher PhD, MBA, MA, PGCE
Joined LVC Governors in 2010
Darren is a Governor at Linton Heights Junior School and chair of the resources committee.
Darren became a school Governor in December 2011 and his professional background is in healthcare.
Over the past the last 15 years Darren has worked as a Director, on the board of a number of NHS organisations.
Darren has lived in Linton since 2001 and has 2 sons, both of which have attended CHET schools.
An introduction to Directors of the Trust.
Rob has been involved in Governance since 2013 having been a member of the local governing body at The Meadow School, Balsham.
Rob has been in education for 15 years. He studied English Literature and Education policy at Cambridge University, leaving in 2001 to become a teacher. He has held a range of leadership roles in schools, most recently as Assistant Principal at Thurston Community College, Suffolk.
Rob is now Executive Director and CRO of the Relational Schools Foundation, a research think-tank. Rob's research explores the importance of fostering positive relationships between key stakeholders in schools.
Anna is an Employment Lawyer working within a niche employment law firm uniquely based within a firm of Chartered Accounts.
Amongst a number of other sectors and industries, Anna works closely with Academy Trusts and private schools across East Anglia and provides employment law and HR advice on all matters relating to the workplace.
Mrs H Marsh BA (Hons), PGCE, MEd
Appointed Executive Principal in January 2016
Appointed Deputy head at LVC in 2014
Helena has worked as a senior leader in a number of successful Cambridgeshire schools.
She is a primary school governor and a Specialist Leader in Education.
Helena has Lived in the local area since training to be a teacher at the University of Cambridge
Tom has been involved in Governance since 2011 and is a founding member of CHET. Tom is a Chartered Accountant working as a senior manager in a medium sized practice covering London and the East of England. He works with a number of academy trusts across the region, helping to meet their audit and other EFA compliance needs.
He has lived in the local community his whole life and in his formative years attended several CHET schools as a student.
Steve is working within the Higher Education sector as Bursar at one of the Cambridge Colleges and has previously worked in a senior finance role at the University of Cambridge.
Prior to this he was head of education finance in a local authority.
He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Sector Accountants.
Mr M Slater
Joined CHET board in December 2014
Company Secretary – Agribusiness