RSHE Digital Masterclass: Effective subject leadership - Speakers

Thursday 3 Nov 2022
Digital delivery (16:00 - 17:30 GMT)

Joe Cook-Williams, Teacher, PSHE Curriculum Lead

In the schools Joe has worked as PSHE curriculum lead, he has enhanced how personal development education is delivered. He has accomplished this through innovative approaches to curriculum design and delivery, and works with others both in school and externally. Working with external companies, he has had the opportunity to trial new and exciting ways to help students to personally develop. Much of this work has been done alongside Chameleon PDE, who he has worked with closely to ensure that students get the best education possible, not just in his school, but across the country.

Angela Milliken-Tull, Co-founder, Chameleon PDE

Angela has over 25 years’ experience working in education and public health. She has experience in the secondary and university sector and is trained as a public health specialist with a focus on health and wellbeing of children and young people. She has led on several innovative projects that have shown measurable improvements for young people. As co-founder of Chameleon PDE, she is passionate about empowering teachers to confidently deliver quality PSHE to build the skill set and support the life chances of young people.

Richard Palmer, Co-founder, Chameleon PDE

Richard is a qualified primary school teacher with over 25 years’ experience as a teacher and consultant for PSHE, Citizenship and pupil wellbeing. He has worked at Local Authority level supporting all settings including early years, primary, secondary, alternative provision and post-16; and held a regional Advisory PSHE position. He has also worked in the university sector and continues to act as a guest lecturer for university and school-based ITE programmes. Through establishing Chameleon PDE with Angela, Richard now offers resources and training to empower teachers to deliver high quality PSHE.