Dr James Biddulph FCCT FRSA - SAAS
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Dr James Biddulph FCCT FRSA

Headteacher - University of Cambridge Primary School

Following a degree in English and Music from Durham University, James won a travel scholarship and volunteered in two schools in Nepal. After this, his passion for education evolved and in 2001 he started his career following a PGCE at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. In 2002, his creative approach to teaching gained him Advanced Skills Teachers (AST) status in Music and in 2003 he was awarded Outstanding New Teacher of the Year for London. He is now the first headteacher of the University of Cambridge Primary School, the first primary University Training School in the UK, which was recently graded as Outstanding by Ofsted. Concurrently with opening two new schools, he completed his PhD which focused on creative learning in ethnic minority immigrant children’s homes and is now the series editor of a series of books aimed to unlock educational research for school leaders and practitioners. He is a founding fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching.

Sessions by Dr James Biddulph FCCT FRSA

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