|10 Jan 2023|
On Saturday 1 October, the Arnold Foundation's first post-pandemic Lecture took place in the Temple Speech Room where we were delighted to welcome Steve Baker OBE, Principal of Everton Free School.
Steven has been in education for more than15 years, the majority of which has been working with children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties (SEMH). He is also the Merseyside Programme Director for charity Right to Succeed, which focuses on improving outcomes for children and young people.
Prior to beginning his journey in education, he worked for the United Nations investigating war crimes and collecting evidence of the Bosnian genocide. He is also a former Ofsted inspector and has led on a number of national programmes relating to wellbeing, managing challenging behaviour and leading strategic change. In 2017 he co-wrote an online behaviour management course and two years later, was made a Founding Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching for his ‘significant and sustained’ impact on teaching.
Other key accolades include the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service as a member of the Remembering Srebrenica Northwest Board and in 2020 he was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List, in recognition of his services to education.
You can watch the lecture live here:
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