Aimee Cave is assistant headteacher and SENCO at Pocklington Community Junior School in East Yorkshire. Aimee is a recent graduate of the NASENCO programme, run by Best Practice Network. For further information about this programme, see: www.bestpracticenet.co.uk/nasenco
Claire McDermot is the Editor of Attendance Matters Magazine and has worked in B2B publishing for over 10 years. Claire is a freelance editor and can be contacted on: Claire@clmpublishing.co.uk
Elisabeth Carney-Haworth OBE is a qualified teacher and has worked across primary and early years education in a number of different roles and within several local authorities. On retirement from her last headship she left her nursery and infant school in Cornwall with an Ofsted rating of ‘Outstanding’. In 2010, together with her husband, she created Operation Encompass, a scheme that supports children experiencing domestic abuse. Elisabeth was honoured in the Queen’s birthday honours list 2019 and appointed an OBE.
Emily Kempthorne is the Assistant Principal at Bishop Young Academy in Leeds. She has 14 years’ experience in education across the country and has
recently completed her MEd in Special Educational Needs (SEND) and Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH). Emily can be contacted via email at email@example.com or on Twitter: @KempthorneMs
Emma Meadus is headteacher of Coppice Valley Primary School and a member of the Red Kite Learning Trust.
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Richard Legg is Graphic designer at Mimeo and looks after the design of all Forum magazines.
Sarah Murdoch is Publisher for Attendance Matters Magazine. She is supported by an experienced team of commissing editors, editors, and designers.
Sian Hickey previously worked as an education welfare officer for a large local authority for 11 years before transferring to be an attendance intervention manager for a highly successful multi-academy trust in the West Midlands. She has a real passion for supporting students and their families to improve attendance at school.
Sue Cowley is a writer, presenter, teacher educator and author of 30 books on education. After qualifying as a teacher with a first class BEd (Hons), she taught in primary and secondary schools and overseas. Sue’s international bestseller Getting the Buggers to Behave has been translated into ten languages and is a set text at many universities. Her best selling guide for NQTs How to Survive your First Year in Teaching has been in print for 20 years. She now works internationally as a teacher trainer and presenter. Website: www.suecowley.co.uk email: email@example.com.
Yvonne Hardiman, Chartered MCPID, MA (Management) began her management career at BSI, heading up a publishing, printing and warehousing division. In 2005 she joined a law firm as HR Director and Partner. Today Yvonne enjoys running her own HR consultancy, assisting organisations with all aspects of people management. Contact Yvonne at: https://yvonnehardiman.com/