Tim Fisher

Tim Fisher has been Principal of Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College, Darlington, since August 2007. He has wide experience as a Director/Member of several Multi Academy Trusts and is a Sixth Form College Association Council Member. He is also Chair of the NorVIC Federation of Sixth Form Colleges, which represents 18 colleges across the North East, Yorkshire and Humberside.

Prior to becoming Principal, Tim was Vice Principal at the College.  He was previously Head of English and Senior Tutor at Hills Road Sixth Form College in Cambridge and worked in a variety of roles in Cambridge and in Nottingham, where he started his teaching career. Tim holds the PQP qualification (FE’s equivalent of the NPQH) as well as an M.Ed from the University of Nottingham and BA (Hons) from the University of Leicester.

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