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SB 2.15; SPP 3-02; AG 3.06; EP 6009; BGH L1-1; PG 2.31

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Back by popular demand, the Delivery Unit are relaunching their series of monthly Talks designed to bring fresh insight and challenge to the department and offer a clearer picture of what delivery looks like from leaders in the field.

In the first of these talks, Seamus Oates, CEO of the TBAP Multi Academy Trust will discuss "Delivering Alternative provision through a specialist Multi-academy Trust: Challenges and Opportunities".

As a National Leader of Education (NLE), Seamus twice led the Bridge AP Academy to Outstanding Ofsted status as its headteacher. He previously worked as a teacher for over 25 years and has taught Science and ICT at London comprehensives, Pupil Referral Units and schools overseas. He believes passionately in the personalisation of learning and in ensuring a chance for every child.

In 2017, Seamus was recognised in the Queen's Honours List for his services to education and was awarded a CBE at Buckingham Palace. He is also a member of the NWSLC Head Teacher Board and until recently was a long-serving member of the Youth Justice Board. He is often consulted by government on education and youth justice reform.

TBAP MAT runs nine AP and Special Academies, a Teaching School Alliance and school outreach services in four London boroughs, across Cambridgeshire and in the North West of England.

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SB 2.15; SPP 3-02; AG 3.06; EP 6009; BGH L1-1; PG 2.31

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