Speaker profile

Mark Lehain

Parents and Teachers for Excellence

After a brief period working in the City, Mark trained as maths teacher in 2002 and then taught at a state school in Bedford. Having been Head of Department and then Assistant Head at Wootton Upper School, in 2010 he left to lead the campaign to open Bedford Free School, one of the country’s first free schools. BFS opened in 2012, and he was Principal there until 2017. Mark is now Director of Parents & Teachers for Excellence, a group encouraging schools across the system to adopt best practice in the areas of behaviour, knowledge-rich curricula, rigorous and sensible assessments, and cultural enrichment. When not advocating for educational reform, Mark can be found drinking copious quantities of coffee, running, and pretending that he knows how to manage his four young daughters.

Agenda sessions

Day 2 - November 14, 2019


    • 2:50 pm
      PSHE in the Curriculum: Does It Go Far Enough, and How Should It Be Implemented?

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