Education Speakers

Our growing list of ‘education speakers’ are available for teacher training, conferences, and school workshops. If you are looking for a connection, please get in touch.

Ross Morrison McGill

Ross Morrison McGill

Ross Morrison McGill

Ross Morrison McGill

Ross is the founder of @TeacherToolkit; an experienced teacher and school leader who has worked in some of the most challenging schools in London over the past three decades. He is one of the ‘most followed educators on Twitter in the UK’ and managing director Teacher Toolkit. In December 2015, he was nominated for The Sunday Times ‘500 Most Influential People in Britain 2015‘ and remains the only classroom teacher to have featured … He is currently training teachers across the U.K.; a PGCE tutor and studying for his EdD at Cambridge University.

Specialism

  • Whole-school leadership; teaching and learning; social media
  • Teacher workload, wellbeing, and mental health.
Chris Moyse

Chris Moyse

Chris is an education consultant and SLE with over 30 years experience. He has been a senior leader for the last 7 years in a successful all-through academy working across 5 key stages. He also runs his own consultancy business, TLC Education Services Ltd and for several years working alongside the late, great Paul Ginnis, author of ‘The Teachers’ Toolkit’. Chris has now worked in over 275 schools across England and Wales.

Specialism

  • Coaching for teachers and schools
  • Whole-school professional development.
Tom Sherrington

Tom Sherrington

Tom is a teacher and school leader with 30 years of experience, working with schools and colleges across the country. He writes the popular blog, covering a wide range of issues including contemporary ideas about teaching, curriculum and assessment and aspects of school leadership.

Specialisms

  • Teaching and learning; research and teacher professional development
  • Whole-school leadership.

I sat in Ross’ training before Easter realising I wished I was back in the classroom and, just before half term, took the plunge and am going back as an English Teacher in September (having stopped as a Deputy Head) – thank you for (partly) spurring me into action!

Ellie Thompson, central services director for a school trust in SE England – June 2019
Vivienne Porritt

Vivienne Porritt

Vivienne works with school leaders on impact, vision, strategy, professional learning and development. She is the national leader of #WomenEd and is the former Executive Director for the London Centre for Leadership in Learning, Institute of Education, University of London.

Specialisms

  • Leadership, especially for women
  • Professional learning and development and its impact.
Angela Browne

Angela Browne

Angela has been a senior leader since 2006 and has experienced headship in mainstream secondary, all-through and pupil referral settings. She participates in Ambition School Leadership headship panels and is a Leadership Matters Ambassador.

Specialisms

  • Women in education; diversity and inclusion
  • School leadership; coaching.
Kathryn Morgan

Kathryn Morgan

Kathryn is the Director of Professional Development and Research-Based Learning at the Prince Albert Community Trust in Birmingham. Currently, Kathryn is in her 12th year of teaching and has taught in four diverse primary schools in both North Solihull and Birmingham, leading on developments in teaching, learning, and CPD as a deputy headteacher. She believes that the quality of a school can only truly be measured by the effectiveness of its teachers.

Specialisms

  • Primary teaching and evidence-based learning
  • Whole-school leadership.

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