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Service Children's Education


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Service Children's Education

Service Children’s Education

Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services, and Skills

Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services, and Skills

Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services, and Skills

KISSACK, Paul (born 1976), Director-General, Children’s Services, Department for Education, since 2014

METHAM, Patricia (born 1945), education consultant, since 2014; National Lead for English, Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills, since 2013

Impact of Geographic Mobility on Military Children's Access to Special Education Services

HARRIS, John Howard (born 1956), management consultant in children’s services and education, since 2011; Director, John Harris Consulting Ltd, since 2011

WADSWORTH, David Grant (1944 - 2012), Chief Executive, Service Children’s Education, Ministry of Defence, 1997–2009

WILSHAW, Michael (Norman) (born 1946), Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services and Skills, since 2012

CARRIE, Anne Marie (born 1955), Chief Executive: Kensington and Chelsea Education Ltd, since 2013; Children’s Services, Cambian Group plc, since 2015

Morgan, Sally (born 1959), Chairman, Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills, 2011–14

SMITH, Anthony Glen (born 1955), Managing Consultant, Cambridge Education, since 2014; Lead for Local Authorities, Mott MacDonald Group (formerly Manager, Local Authority Division, then Director, Children’s Services, then Director, Health and Education UK, Cambridge Education), 2005–14

BHARDWAJA, Neelam - Management Consultant, Neelam Management Consultancy Ltd, since 2012; Corporate Director, Adult and Children’s Social Services, Education and Lifelong Learning (formerly Corporate Director, Opportunities), Cardiff Council, 2005–12

ROSEN, Miriam Catherine (born 1949), Executive Director, 2009–10, HM Chief Inspector, 2011, Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills; Consultant, Ark Schools, 2012–15

JEFFERY, Thomas (Baird) (born 1953), Director General, Children Services and Departmental Strategy (formerly Children, Young People and Families), Department for Education (formerly Director General, Children, Young People and Families, Department for Education and Skills, then Director General, Children and Families, Department for Children, Schools and Families), 2003–14

DALY, Michael Vincent (born 1958), Director, Corporate Services Transformation Programme, Department for Children, Schools and Families (formerly Efficiency and Reform Unit, Department for Education and Skills), 2006–09

Cohen, Henry (1900 - 1977), DL Lancs, JP; Chancellor of Hull University since 1970; Hon. Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge; Hon. Master of the Bench, Inner Temple; Professor of Medicine, University of Liverpool, 1934–65; Consulting Physician, Royal Infirmary, Liverpool, since 1924; President: Royal Society of Health, since 1958; Assoc. Study of Med. Educn; Internat. Acad. Hist. of Med.; (Life), Inst. of Health Education; Liverpool Playhouse, since 1961; Nat. Children’s Bureau, since 1965; Children’s Research Fund; (Life) Brit. Soc. History of Medicine; Assoc. of Sea and Airport Health Authorities, since 1965; Assoc. of Medical Secretaries, UK, since 1968; Hon. Pres., Internat. Congress of History and Medicine, 1972; Vis. Prof. of Med., NY State Univ., 1958; McGill Univ., Montreal, 1959; Chairman: Central Health Services Council, 1957–63; Standing Medical Advisory Cttee, Ministry of Health, 1948–63; several cttees and jt-cttees (Min. of Health), including Gen. Practice, Prescribing, Mental Nursing, Epilepsy, Welfare Foods, Poliomyelitis, Health Educn, Operational Research in Pharmaceutical Service, Safety of Drugs; Flour Panel, Ministry of Food, 1955; Jt-Cttee MRC and Nuffield Trust on Cortisone; RCP on Nomenclature; UK Foundation WHO; Advisory Res. Bd, Spastics Soc.; Advisory Panel on Medical History, Wellcome Trust

 

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SCE provides schooling, in English, from the pre‐school stage to sixth form for the dependent children living with Ministry of Defence personnel who are serving overseas. SCE schools follow the national curriculum; and teachers, who are recruited mainly from the United Kingdom, have qualified teacher status.

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