Member Directory

Teacher of RE, NQT+1 with
a particular interest in improving
the mental health
of young people in schools.
Lover of fitness, the theatre,
and a good debate.

Adam is Head of Science at
a North London Academy.
He is a co-founder of Carousel Learning,
a holistic online quizzing
platform aimed at improving
student retention in all school

Vice Principal/Deputy Head. Blogger/Writer. Reader.

Hello, I’m Blair. I’m an acclaimed Halloween Disco DJ (#3schooldiscosin3nights), veteran stander-in-the-rainer football coach and a notorious biscuit muncher in the staffroom.

I’ve been a primary teacher for the past 3 years. Before that, I worked as a pupil support assistant and taught English in Sri Lanka. Before that, I worked in law, navigating the trials and tribulations of commercial litigation.

I love working in a school and I love trying new things. I’m here to share tips and tricks that aid me in the classroom. I’m readily available on Twitter for any questions/responses that you might have.

History teacher by day, Army Reservist by night. Late Medieval & Early Modern historian. Loves all things outdoors. May contain a sense of humour.

My name is Ben King and I’ve been teaching for nearly ten years. I’ve worked in schools across England and the Middle East and I am currently reading lead for 4, 5 and 6 in school in West Sussex as well as teaching in year 5. I’m studying for an MA in Educational Leadership, review children’s literature for just imagine story centre and am in the process of starting a brand new teacher orientated book awards.

L&T Lead for RS across GLF, Head of RS in Surrey, M Ed, staff wellbeing is paramount, love working with people, all about debating!

Work at education charity on reading for pleasure (EYFS to secondary). Primary teacher- 13 yrs. Books, mental health, games, pop culture.

Head of a History Department in the Middle East and can usually be found tweeting or posting on his website, He has co-authored a number of history books and is co-editor of Versus History – a popular history podcast and blog resource. Check out