Having lived in Otford for most of his young life, the move to St Michael’s in 1988 was quite simple. His first school photo consisted of circa 50 people, including teachers. Being a pupil from 1988 – 1993, he was lucky enough to be guided by Father Cox and Simon Cummins and saw huge amounts of change both in teaching methods and the development of the school and its grounds.
He has always been a strong advocate for the school and when the opportunity arose to become a governor, he tells us he was delighted to take up the role. Adam owns a successful joinery company, Valdi Ltd, which specialises in high quality doors and windows across the UK and when he’s not working he’s spending time with his young family.
Adam’s interests include rugby, hiking and cars.
He hopes that he can bring a varied view point to the existing strong board of governors.