I am a teacher, social entrepreneur & advocate for creative, critical & inclusive citizenship education. I am interested in the intersection between education, ethics and social change, exploring the often hidden learning spaces in schools and communities.
This website aims to become a collaborative space for blogging and sharing ideas to help structure my own thoughts as I continue to learn more about this field through practice, research and conversation. To contact me email email@example.com or follow me on Twitter.
My primary focus is upon working collaboratively to support the development of systems, curriculums, programmes and partnerships that use education as a tool for empowering students of all ages and identities to have the critical understanding, practical skills and confidence to create sustainable and inclusive social change.
Hidden from view, I struggle with ME, and aim to learn more about how to be a helpful advocate for others suffering from chronic illness, and implement strong support systems in schools and workplaces more widely to enable everyone to thrive.
In 2021, I was shortlisted as a finalist for the Varkey Foundation’s Global Teacher Prize in partnership with UNESCO. This was in part for my role in developing EduSpots, a charity I founded and lead that has involved bringing over 250 local community educators in Ghana together to create 50 community-led education spaces named ‘Spots’. Read the BBC article here.
Note that all views and ideas offered here are my own.