Caroline Whalley

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"Caroline was previously an Executive Director in the London Borough of Ealing leading on education and community services, she instigated one of the first all- through 3 - 19 age range academies in the country. All schools she inherited were removed from categories well within time expectations. As Director of Education & Training in Babcock International Group a FTSE 250 company she developed their successful BSF programme. She currently works closely with the DFE on Academies and Free Schools and as an organisation development consultant across both the private and public sectors.

"She has worked with The National College on succession planning and in The Innovation Unit, creating programmes that have enhanced the way that managers learn about managing and inspired learning leaders in local government, private sector as well as schools. She is currently a Trustee of SHINE Trust (Support and Help IN Education) and City Year that “unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service, giving them skills and opportunities to change the world.” She has written for professional publications, such as The Times Educational Supplement and Management in Education as well as books and papers on mentoring, learning about learning and the 9 -19 curriculum." [1]


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  1. Elliot Foundation Who we are, organizational web page, accessed August 30, 2012.