Commissioner for Education Improvement and Efficiency, Shropshire Council
Chris’s career has seen him work as a teacher of English, History and Physical Education, the last of which he became head of at a school in Hampshire. He has been a School Improvement Adviser in Norfolk and Shropshire for Physical and Outdoor Education, and has also taken up roles as Secondary School Link and Senior Education Improvement advisers.
What do you like to do outside of work?
Chris likes to spend time with his family, and is an active member of his local church. In addition to this he plays music regularly, canoes and kayaks infrequently and participates in a range of other sports activities including tennis, cycling and running (slowly!).
Why are you a trustee at STITC?
“I was pleased to learn of the activities of the Trust, and to be invited to join it in order to support and contribute to the range of work that they undertake to improve the lives of people in the local community, including those who are less advantaged.”
Why are you beneficial as a trustee at STITC and what expertise do you bring?
“I hope that my experience in education and sport over the last 39 years has given me some insight into the development of programmes and initiatives that have a positive impact on the lives of children, young people and adults, and the wider communities in which they live. I look forward to working with the trustees to promote positive activities that will help all of those involved to reach their potential, contribute to their local communities and to grow together. “