Aimee Durning MBE - SAAS
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Aimee Durning MBE

Director of Inclusion and Community - University Cambridge Primary School

After serval years of working as a parent volunteer, Aimee was employed as a Teaching Assistant in 2007. Aimee’s educational career blossomed when she joined the first University primary school in the country. During 2018 Aimee established the University of Cambridge Primary School’s Teaching Assistant Forum, which provides professional development sessions for Teaching assistants in the local area. Aimee won Classroom Assistant of the Year 2019 at the annual TES Awards and was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2021 for her work with Teaching Assistants, Reading for Pleasure and children with special educational needs. Aimee, along with Dr James Biddulph, has recently launched the UK’s first Teaching Assistant Network Hub. And is currently studying with the Open University in her spare time.

Sessions by Aimee Durning MBE

Day 1 - November 17, 2021
12:50 pm - 1:35 pm
Rethinking the Place of Teaching Assistants: How Schools Can Support and Nurture this Beyond-Recovery Role