Ross Morrison McGill
Ross is a qualified teacher who across three decades, has worked in some of the most challenging secondary schools in London as a design technology teacher, middle leader and as a deputy headteacher. He is regularly asked to reflect on educational developments in multiple publications about education policy, including The Guardian and The Telegraph newspapers and through his website, advocates teaching and supports thousands worldwide.
Ross is also a governor, a PGCE tutor and visiting lecturer at the University of Buckingham, and when not completing action doctoral research on and offline, he is either travelling to teach teachers, researching social media networks, podcasting, writing papers or tweeting! In August 2018, after 32 years of silence, he spoke out about male sexual abuse to encourage more men to speak up.