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Steve Adcock established a sixth form at Burlington Danes, is a teacher of history, politics and economics and is responsible for school communications.
Heather Alston is a former editor of The Funday Times and mother of six.
Charles Conquest was previously 28 years in excellent state schools, mainly as a teacher of English. He is much involved in establishing contacts with business and industry. He is the father of three children.
Tim Devlin was news editor of the TES and education correspondent of The Times, has been head of education at a top PR company and is co-author of a book about the school curriculum: What Must We Teach? He has run his own educational consultancy firm since 1989.
Lorna Dolan worked at the Financial Times as Deputy UK News Editor, Arts Editor and Editor of the Weekend section before changing careers to become a teacher. She is now Head of English at Ashford School where she has also started up a debating society and an A-level Critical Thinking course.
Alex Hardy has twenty years of education experience in both the independent and maintained sectors. Former Deputy Head, Streatham and Clapham High School, GDST; Deputy Principal at Battersea Technology College and Coordinator of Science and Post-16 at Harris City Technology College.
Ann Hooper is responsible for PSHE, careers and in-school clubs and assemblies.
Delia Lloyd is a senior policy manager at BBC Media Action, a non-profit that uses media to help promote democracy and development in the developing world. Delia has worked in radio, print and Online journalism outlets for the past ten years. She holds a PhD in political science and has taught at both the University and secondary school level in the U.K. and the U.S.
John Pearce had a successful teaching career before he became Deputy Chief Inspector for Nottinghamshire County Council. Going independent in 1998 allows him to work alongside colleagues in schools, charities and business. He aspires to be a blacksmith, writer and mountain climber too.
David Summerscale was a Lecturer and Tutor for 4 years at the University of Delhi, then Head of English and Housemaster at Charterhouse before becoming Headmaster of Haileybury and of Westminster; he is now advisor to a number of schools overseas.
Laura Taylor has worked for over 30 years in school libraries. She is committed to creating a reading culture in schools and in developing young people's digital literacy and research skills. Now offers a schools’ library consultancy service – Taylormade Libraries.
Emma Wilkinson has worked across a variety of areas and currently teaches A Level History and Politics. She is involved in developing programmes for Gifted and Talented learners.