Behaviour and Education Specialist
My vision for education is one in which all differences are included and welcomed; education is flexible, relevant and leads towards positive social change.
I work with teachers, school leaders and educators who are struggling to engage pupils with challenging behaviour; who want to create inclusive classrooms where learning is the focus.
What separates my services from others is that I don’t have a set formula – kids aren’t data!
Instead, my approach is flexible and relevant for each situation and young person; because of this the educators discover the techniques and solutions that work for their particular students in their particular setting for first thing Monday morning and last period on a Friday afternoon…
I have taught for 17 years: in mainstream secondary schools, Pupil Referral Units, Alternative Educational Provision and SEND schools. I Mentor teachers and trainees and am a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Brighton. I have a Masters Degree and PGCE in Secondary Education.
I am still teaching these pupils weekly alongside training others to do so – in schools, universities and conferences, and advise on whole school approaches to supporting these students.