Chair of Governors
"Dr Nick Henry is Co-Director, Centre for Business in Society, Coventry University. Previously he was Consulting Director, Economic and Economic Policy at ICF GHK - a research and evaluation consultancy. He is also a (founding) Director of the London-based social enterprise Creative United - a spin-out from Arts Council England. His children were born and educated in Birmingham (most recently Queensbridge School, Swanshurst School and Cadbury College)."
"Principal of Cadbury College since 2009, Jeremy Rogers has degrees from the University of Nottingham (B.Sc.) and the University of Leicester (M. Ed.), and a teaching qualification from the University of Manchester. He has worked in colleges in Nottingham (lecturer), Southampton (senior lecturer in teacher training and curriculum innovation manager), Bedford (senior manager), Wakefield (Vice Principal), Oxford (Deputy Principal), West London (Principal). He has worked with awarding bodies, government departments, European agencies and national think-tanks on policy developments and projects."
Vice Chair to the Corporation and Chair of Finance, Resources and Personnel
"My name is Jacqui Smith and I work for Schools Financial Services, Children, Young People and Families Directorate. I was originally a parent governor and have had 2 of my 3 children attend Cadbury College. I am currently Vice Chair of the Corporation."
"Sandra Satterthwaite has worked at Cadbury College since its formation as a sixth form college from a secondary school in 1983. She is a member of the support staff as an Admissions / MIS Officer with responsibility for the upkeep of an accurate and up-to-date student database for both admissions administration and funding returns. Sandra has also worked for Adult Education as a Centre Manager at a local centre for six years whilst working at Cadbury College. Prior to working at Cadbury College she spent five years as an Administration Officer in two nursery schools and, before that, seven years working in (what was then) British Leyland, Longbridge, firstly as a Commercial Vehicle Sales Allocator and then as secretary to the Systems Manager for the Austin Morris group."
Clerk to the Corporation
Originally trained as a Chartered Accountant with KPMG, Grahame Woodward has headed up GWA Ltd , a consultancy providing Interim Finance Director services since 2006. Whilst specialising in the SME sector, the main focus of his work is in supporting such businesses out of crisis situations. In addition to his commercial business experience, he also has considerable insight of the charity and not-for profit organisations, including a specific front-line project in Africa. Grahame was appointed as a Governor in 2015 and his younger daughter is currently applying for a place at Cadbury College.
Chair of Quality
Tej Masaun is an experienced senior manager who has worked in Further and Higher Education in a number of Institutions in various regions of England, Scotland and Wales. He is currently an independent freelance consultant, Director of FEDC Ltd. Tej has ten years experience of being an Ofsted Inspector and is also a Trainer, Mentor, Coach, Quality management reviewer and former Estyn Inspector. Tej also works with employers and training providers throughout the country to improve quality and learner experience. In recent years Tej has undertaken numerous short term interim management positions including Lead on Curriculum Strategy to rationalise curriculum and finances, curriculum support and management support etc. His full time senior posts have included Head of Quality and Curriculum Development, Business Development, Director of Curriculum covering all aspects of curriculum from Level 2 to Post Graduate provision. Tej has a strong management, teaching and learning background, as well as successful experience of business development. He has undertaken assignments in both education and the private sector, with a particular focus on organisational quality, efficiency and effectiveness, training, quality improvement for re-inspections, lesson observation, curriculum development (Schools, FE Colleges and Higher Education), staff development (CPD) and Equality & Diversity and progression, taking into account national, regional and institution requirements. He has also developed multi-agency partnerships, notably with the education and local authority sector. Tej is skilled at working with new and existing teams to secure change management; rapid delivery of improved performance with sensitivity to equality and diversity. He has worked with managers developing their skills to analytically improve overall quality of provision through learning and teaching.