Central Saint Michael’s Sixth Form Principal is Worcester’s new Deputy Mayor.

Dr Matt Lamb was officially voted in as the new Deputy Mayor for Worcester City Council at last week’s Annual Council meeting. He will continue to combine his educational and political leadership roles.

The Principal, who teaches Politics A Level to hundreds of students, received his chain in the Parlour at the Guildhall.

Matt is the city and county councillor for Dines Green and Grove Farm, and a member of the Standards and Communities Committees. He is also Vice-Chair of the Audit and Governance Committee.

Previously, Matt served as councillor for St John’s Ward for 14 years and was Children and Young People’s Champion between 2021 and 2024.

Matt, who started his career at Worcester College of Technology in 1997, later becoming course leader and Head of Faculty, said: “I have lived in Worcester since 2001 and it has become my home as well as a city that I love for its history, its culture and its diversity. It is a great honour to be elected as deputy mayor and I intend to use the role to speak up for the people of Worcester and to help keep it the city we all know and love.”

This year Central Saint Michael’s Sixth Form celebrates 10 years since moving into its unique campus.

Dr Lamb has been at the helm from the beginning, setting up the sixth form from scratch and overseeing its major academic success and impressive growth.

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