Tracey Campbell is the CEO and Founder of Together Transforming Behaviour and The Academy for Behaviour Leadership. She has been delivering behaviour management training and coaching to schools and parents for over 10 years. As a former teacher and behaviour lead, she is well acquainted with the challenges of whole class behaviour management as well as leading on whole school behaviour change. Tracey is a strong communicator with a captivating training style; she never fails to inspire school teams to renew their commitment to cherish children in challenging moments.
Dawn Ferdinand is in her 23rd year of headship. She is currently the Headteacher of The Willow Primary School and Broadwaters’ Children’s Centre, which is located on the Broadwater Farm Estate, Tottenham. When she started the school in 2008 it had a ‘Satisfactory’ Ofsted rating. As with her previous school, she has lead The Willow to ‘Outstanding’ and the Children Centre childcare to ‘Outstanding’. Her passion is to improve outcomes for children in economically disadvantaged areas. Dawn is a school improvement partner with Haringey Education Partnership and on the National Forum of TeachFirst.
Penny Rabiger is a Phd Researcher specialising in race and education. She was a teacher for over a decade, is a long-serving school governor, member of the Haringey Education Partnership Racial Equity Group and a co-founder of The BAMEed Network. Penny works freelance with companies, charities, teachers, leaders and governors on their anti-racism journey and as lead coach on the Leeds Beckett University Centre for Race, Education and Decoloniality's Anti-Racist School Award.
James Aidoo is the CEO and Chief Storyteller at Innerscope. With an emphasis on applied emotional intelligence, Innerscope has worked with students and staff teams within the education sector and beyond through keynotes, coaching and training. As a speaker and executive coach, his client base includes companies like Pearson Edexcel, Warner Music Group and King’s College London. His background in alternative education and as a multi award-winning Youth practitioner means that James has extensive experience in tackling some of the most complex issues related to student engagement as well as team culture and leadership development for middle and senior leaders.
Emily has worked in primary schools for 23 years in Cambridge, Tower Hamlets, Barnet and Haringey. She has extensive experience as a SENDCO and behaviour lead and is currently a deputy head in a large 3FE primary in Haringey, London. She loves supporting pupils and teachers to navigate the school day with clarity, positivity and love.
Dominique stands at the forefront as the Careers Leader at Haringey Learning Partnership Alternative Provision. She provides a beacon of light for young people and their families into the world of work. With over a decade dedicated to elevating vulnerable youth people and their families across diverse community landscapes, Dominique is now laser-focused on guiding Year 11s seamlessly into their chosen post-16 pathways.
Rebecca is a Primary Outreach Lead for Haringey Learning Partnership. Her role involves supporting young people to settle within their school environment, as well as working with the school teams, external agencies and parents to support the young person. After spending a few years in mainstream schools, Rebecca realised that she had passion and a real affinity for working with children with SEN needs. She is a skilled and compassionate practitioner who has honed her relational skills and developed her understanding of attachment and trauma informed practice. This has led to Rebecca adopting a completely different and far more effective way of working with children who find it difficult to manage their emotions and behaviour.
Headteacher at a one-form-entry C of E Primary School in Nottinghamshire. Matt was a Deputy Head for eight years and was the lead on behaviour at his school. He is passionate about supporting and reinforcing positive behaviour and inclusion for all pupils within his care. As a school leader he believes that any barriers to learning should be addressed through high quality curriculum provision and by fostering positive learning behaviours within a setting.
Frances Akinde is a former headteacher of a Secondary Special School (11-19) for learners with Autism and associated difficulties and a qualified SENCO. Over the last 20 years, she has worked in a variety of roles across primary, secondary, special/Alternative Provision andlocal authority, from Art/Design Technology teacher to an SLCN advisory teacher liaising with speech and language therapists across a local authority. She has now returned to local authority work as a SEND inspector and advisor, a role she does part time whilst managing her own consultancy service. As a neurodivergent educator, Frances uses her experiences to support and mentor people who may be struggling in the workplace and in education. She is also an assistive technology trainer and anti-racist schools award coach.