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Chris Mawdsley


I am the staff representative on the management committee and Associate Lead at the Riverside Centre . I have been a teacher for 20 years, in a variety of settings, and have been employed by EOTAS for the past 7 years thoroughly enjoying the challenges and successes our pupils provide .











Steve Lowe


I am incredibly proud to be deputy Headteacher at Kingsdown School. Having qualified as a teacher in 1990 I have taught in London, Reading and Swindon and have maintained an inclusive approach to school leadership and teaching and learning.

I have led curriculum and pastoral teams at all levels.

I’m passionate about teaching & learning – building positive professional relationships is the cornerstone of school success.


Andy Howard



Andy Howard is a co-opted member of the Management Committee.  He has a been a governor for a number of schools and organisations but works outside of the education sector so can offer a different perspective to the demands of the Service.  He also acts as the Chair for the EOTAS Resources Sub-Committee.


Paul Hughes


I have been involved in secondary education for over twenty five years, thirteen of those as a Headteacher. I became Principal of St Joseph’s Catholic College in 2013 and am very pleased to be able to support the EOTAS service as a member of the management committee.




Doug Morris


Doug is carer for his son Ben, who was born in November 2000, and has Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).

He has been involved in Parent Participation since joining the Swindon Parents and Carers Group shortly after it was set up in 2008. Having been involved in the Aiming High initiative from an early stage, Doug worked at developing parent participation in Swindon.

In addition to his NNPCF role, Doug is also on the board of trustees for the charity Together for Short Lives as a parent representative.




Peter Nathan


Peter Nathan is Head of Education in Swindon. He taught for 15 years in both primary and secondary and also taught overseas in Singapore. His main subjects were History and English although he has taught PE and many other subjects. He has been a school inspector since 1997 and has worked in many different local authorities and schools in a range of consultancy roles.

Marie Horton


Marie is employed as the Education Commissioner at Swindon Borough Council. She has many years’ experience of leadership and governance  in schools, including secondary, special and alternative provision. She has held national and regional leadership roles and is a qualified Ofsted inspector.