Executive Officers

John Hunt

John Hunt

Group Chief Financial Officer and Deputy CEO Trust

John joined the College in June 2013 as Vice Principal Finance & Resources, before progressing to the role Group Chief Financial Officer for the Group

John is a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accounts and started his accountancy career in manufacturing, before spending 10 years working in forensics. He joined the education sector in 2007, and has also spent 5 years working as a part-time lecturer in a Further Education College. John has an excellent track record and wealth of experience which includes leading through periods of change, mergers, and implementing significant business and financial improvements. In addition to being responsible for the financial strategy and performance of the College, he is also responsible for the a range of business support services together with the Estates, IT and Sustainability Strategies for the College.

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David Lambert

Deputy CEO and Principal
David joined the College in 2004, initially as Head of Construction and Engineering before progressing to his current position.Before starting his career in Further Education, David worked in construction, serving an apprenticeship as a carpenter before moving into site and project management.

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Neil Miller

Deputy CEO of London South East Academies Trust

Neil Miller is the Deputy CEO Academies with operational accountability for all the schools within the Trust.

He was a senior leader in secondary mainstream education for many years including Headship before joining the Trust as Executive Headteacher six years ago.

Neil has a real passion for working with our learners with his expectations for each and every one being extremely high. This is achieved with a forensic focus on quality first learning experience so the students are able to grow both academically and emotionally, becoming purposeful young adults.

Neil has a real expertise in leadership and has gained his NPQEL. Relationships with the staff teams is key for Neil and ensuring the Trust is able to get the very best from everyone is important.