Sarah Bibi is a PhD researcher at The University of Manchester where she is investigating and evaluating the correlative impact of school leadership on teacher wellbeing. Sarah also authors a blog, Teach Care, a project through which she shares her research and analyses as well as the amplification of teacher voice on important topics such as mental health, teacher fulfilment, resilience and career and skills development.
Sarah is a 2014 Ambassador of the Teach First Leadership Development Programme and has taught English in Greater Manchester and the Middle East for seven years. She has fulfilled a number of leadership roles including Head of House, Curriculum Inclusion and Enrichment Lead, English Language Specialist and Staff Governor. Sarah has also been a Futures Mentor with Teach First where she supported college students from socio-economically deprived backgrounds successfully apply and gain places at Russell Group universities. Prior to her teaching career, Sarah worked as a litigation paralegal on Kings Street in Manchester for Allianz.
Sarah holds an undergraduate degree in Law, a PGCE and a Masters in Education and Leadership from The University of Manchester.