Ross McGill is a qualified teacher who, across three decades, has worked in some of the most challenging schools in London as an assistant and deputy headteacher. Throughout his school leadership, he has been responsible for improving quality of teaching and learning and has a national profile as a leading contributor and organiser of professional development, research and teacher wellbeing within a growing community of education professionals.
He is frequently asked to speak at national conferences and has worked with teachers all over the U.K, Canada, Spain and UAE. He is regularly asked to reflect on educational developments in various publications about education policy and through his website, supports teachers worldwide. He is a PGCE tutor and visiting tutor at the University of Buckingham and when not completing action research on and offline, he is either teaching, reading, writing or tweeting!