May 06, 2017
Who are our team of education consultants, mentors, coaches and supervision leads?
- experienced practitioners;
- ex or existing senior leaders. SENDCos or local authority advisors who 'know their onions';
- all human and friendly.
- listen to you;
- work with you;
- adapt to meet your needs;
- occasionally make you smile (even laugh);
- UNDERSTAND THE PRESSURES OF LEADING A SCHOOL.
Please feel free to read the biographies of the education consultants by clicking the links below.
If you need anything else or have a question please don't hesitate to contact us at:
General enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sales and services: email@example.com
Finance and accounts: firstname.lastname@example.org
Helping you to put children and learning centre stage
Catriona is Director of Strategy for a large academy trust that currently oversees 14 schools both primary and secondary. She is also an award winning headteacher who has worked with OfSTED and PiXL.
Myles is Backdrop Education's Assistive Technology Lead.
He has been a special schools teacher for over 30 years. He was Wiltshire's ICT SEN Advisor for 10 years where he ran a loan bank of ICT equipment to support individual pupils with special needs in mainstream schools. He is a well-known speaker both in Wiltshire and Nationally.
Victoria is currently supporting settings across the Southwest and Wales, advising Primary and Secondary schools on Pupil Premium , SEND and Behaviour Provision.
Sara is an independent SEND and Safeguarding Consultant and Trainer with over 30 years teaching experience.
Jon is the founder and director of Backdrop Education. He has worked with both Secondary, Primary, Middle, First and Special schools. He also currently holds an advisory role in SEND and has been invited to feedback to Downing Street and the DfE on issues such as curriculum and data (respectively).
Dr Sue Allingham
Sue’s expertise and passion for teaching and learning in the Early Years started with her classroom experience and Senior Lead role as Early Years Co-ordinator in the late 1980’s. Moving into research Sue gained an MA followed by a Doctorate, both in Early Years Education from Sheffield University.