Interviewing students, teachers and governors, then crafting articles from their responses. This has included recruitment blog posts and pieces for the press on the success of students at exams.
'There’s no template or blueprint of what a governor should be. You don’t need to know loads about education or business necessarily. The most important thing is that there’s diversity within the board of governors so that when a problem arises there’s someone who has the skills to tackle it. So a governor can be a man in a suit but it can also be anyone else who cares about their community and about enriching the lives of the young people within it.'