Bilton School is now a sponsored academy under the Stowe Valley Multi Academy Trust. The Stow Valley Multi Academy Trust Board has established a temporary governing body led by 2 Trustees – Chris Smart as Chair and Clare Chevassut as Vice Chair.
I am a mum to two girls the eldest of which attends Bilton. For the past fifteen years I have worked in a local school as a teacher and Head of Department. As well as my subject area interest I am particularly passionate about ensuring that all young people get to experience outstanding delivery of PSHE. In my life outside of family and teaching I am actively involved in Girlguiding in the area where I manage a local team of volunteers as well as working with young members of a weekly basis. I want all students to leave Bilton with the best qualifications possible, the necessary life skills and a sense of responsibility which will empower them to become active and effective members of their community.
L Miller - Staff Governor and Assistant Head teacher
As well as Assistant Head teacher, I am also a Staff Governor at Bilton School. This is my second governing board I have sat on in the secondary sector and thoroughly value the experience. I am passionate about the role of a governor and the vital part they play in supporting the strategic direction, ethos and values of a school. Before embarking on a career in education I worked in international disaster relief and foreign aid. I then returned to the UK to work in youth social services, whilst in training to become a maths teacher. Since joining Bilton School in June 2016, I have seen Bilton develop and grow both internally and from a governance perspective, and look forward to working with all staff and students to achieving its full potential.
I was appointed a Parent Governor in May 2011. I am a chartered accountant and I have enjoyed a career in Local Government, the NHS and latterly as a Treasurer in a local Social Housing company.
I am passionate about enabling equality of opportunity and creating choice. A great education is the doorway for our children’s future success. It is vitally important to give them the best start in life to achieve their full potential. I am proud to be part of the schools achievements and successes over the most recent period, particularly the 6th form.
I have two sons who have attended Bilton over the past 10 years, therefore I bring both my parental and professional experience to the governor role.