Pam is a highly experienced 0 -18 education professional with a specialism in early years and international education and a well respected author and keynote speaker. Pam works at strategic and executive level with a variety of UK and international school groups, businesses and educational organisations. She joined Sue in the development of IEY in 2014 and recently co-authored the early years publication ‘A Model for Living’ for Community Playthings.
Her current roles include positions on UK and international executive boards. She provides professional development, challenge, support and strategic guidance for a wide range of 0-18 schools, government agencies and Ministries of Education nationally and internationally (currently in the United States, South America, Chile, South East Asia, China, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Palestine, Indonesia, Pakistan, Russia and the United Kingdom).
Pam recently held the executive positions of Director of Education for St Alban’s Schools International, Chief Academic Officer for Knightsbridge Schools International and Director for Quality Assurance and Professional Development for the World Class Learning Group, based in Houston, Texas. She worked with the flagship UK National College for Teaching and Leadership as Lead Associate for Early Years, with responsibility for the National Children’s Centre Network. Pam ensures that she spends time learning directly from children and the adults who support their learning – the most inspirational aspect of her work!
Previous roles include; school Principal, Principal Advisor for Early Years and Primary Schools in West Sussex Local Authority and National Local Authority Early Years Support Officer England for the UK Department for Education.
Pam is a passionate advocate for children and families – and the significant impact that the earliest years have on children’s life chances and the future world.