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Mark Beamish - Education Welfare Specialist


Marks is passionate about supporting and challenging schools to provide high-quality education for all children.
Mark was employed by North Somerset Local Authority for 12 years in the Education Welfare Department. As an EWO he worked in primary schools, secondary schools and pupil referral units, providing welfare support and holding schools accountable. He was responsible for developing the North Somerset attendance policy, led the persistent absence initiative and was a member of the South Ward Intervention Panel. He has a vast experience of multi-agency working.

Bill Bearsby - Engineer


Bill retired from a senior supplies planning engineer Rolls Royce where he worked regularly in America. Currently chair of Locking Parish Council where he has been a councillor for 37 years.
Bill has also chaired other committees previously including - Parish Council member of the North Somerset Standards Board, Treasurer of the Institute of work study practitioners Bristol Branch and Sports and Social Club

Falcon Bell - Education Specialist

 

Falcon is a committed education professional who has been, and is still, involved in teaching and learning – serving young people’s educational needs, since 1964. Falcon began in education as an enthusiastic unqualified teacher, followed by a career pathway that progressed through junior management posts to headships and eventually on to becoming a primary adviser for Somerset County Council. Falcon is an experienced Quaker governor and trustee. Falcon’s areas of expertise are around developing high quality teaching and learning particularly in primary mathematics, developing professional discourse on pedagogy, monitoring pupil achievement and attainment to maximise learning, financial management and governance.

Iain Kilpatrick – Headmaster, Sidcot School


Iain began his career in branch banking before transferring to the Bank's Corporate Finance Division. Iain has been a head for twelve years and led two contrasting schools: a day school in Scotland and Sidcot boarding and day school in England. In each he has implemented considerable change and been successful in raising the number of pupils, academic achievement and profile of both as well as improving their financial performance. He has considerable experience of all aspects of school leadership - including marketing, branding and stakeholder relations – and in developing strategic initiatives that support continuing development in dynamic and challenging markets.

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