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Oxfordshire Headteachers Conference 2021

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Lynn Knapp

Headteacher & Conference Chair

Adam Arnell

Joint Director of the new Oxfordshire Teaching School Hub

Dr Ruth Seymour

Educational Psychologist at the Mulberry Bush Organisation

Dr David Colley

Oxford Brookes University (Associate)

Robin Launder

Education Consultant & teacher

Jon Reid

Lecturer in education

Jim Roberson

Assistant headteacher & Educational Consultant at Youth Minded

Dr Rachel Payne

Senior Lecturer in Art Education and Principal Lecturer in Student Experience

Jan Dubiel

Executive Principal of Little Lions Kindergartens and EYC lead of Harrow International Schools

Christiane Wyckoff

Primary teacher, Atlanta, GA, USA

Prof. Bill Lucas

Professor of Learning, Winchester University

Richard Gerver

Education and business consultant

Dame Alison Peacock

CEO Chartered College of Teaching

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Ruth Luzmore

Ruth Luzmore is a Primary School Head Teacher in London and PhD student at Durham University, UK.

Alfred Bache

After his NQT year, Alfred decided to become an international educator and took the leap over to Kuwait.

Meera Chudasama

Meera Chudasama is passionate about educational research; in particular making educational research accessible and digestible for those who work in schools.

Adrian Bethune

Adrian Bethune is a current primary school teacher, a Healthy Body and Mind Leader, as well as a Key Stage 2 Leader and Year 4 Teacher at a primary school in Berkhamsted.

Amy Ferguson

Amy Ferguson is Deputy Headteacher at an alternative provision independent school. She is also an educational writer and a host at Teachers Talk Radio

Tom Bennett

Tom Bennett is the founder and director of researchED, a non-profit organisation that runs teacher conferences about research and education.

Kate Jones

Kate Jones is a teacher and Head of Department at a leading British curriculum school in Abu Dhabi.


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