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Adrian Guy
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Adrian Guy

Adrian Guy is an independent school improvement consultant with over 20 years’ teaching experience in all year groups from nursery and pre-school to Year Six. He spent 12 years in senior leadership roles in different schools, including headship and secondment as Local Authority Consultant Headteacher. He has been a school governor and chair of an IEB.

 Adrian was regional mathematics lead for the North East, Yorkshire and the Humber. As part of his role, he led seminars on aspects such as: better mathematics, better English, work scrutiny, school improvement planning, equalities, diversity and anti-bullying, school self-evaluation, and assessment and progress in Key Stage 1 and EYFS. He also conducted subject assessments in mathematics, early reading (phonics) and music.

As well as supporting schools in school improvement and all aspects of school review and performance management, Adrian now works with schools in developing their curriculum and subject leadership in light of the new Ofsted framework. He also holds post-graduate qualifications in School Leadership and Management, Early Years and Arts Education.

Adrian Guy's Webinars

Supporting Schools to Review Their Remote Education Provision in Line with DfE Guidance

  • Available On Demand

This webinar aims to support governors, school leaders and headteachers to navigate the 'Review your remote education provision' framework, released by the DfE on 12th January 2021 in order to deliver effective remote education practice, identify areas of development and strengthen their current provision.

Teaching Protected Characteristics in Schools: How to Meet Your Ofsted Expectations

  • Available On Demand

In this webinar, Adrian Guy and John Rees will explore why and how Ofsted will look to gather evidence in relation to how schools teach about the protected characteristics. It will also cover what judgement criteria Ofsted will use and how schools can implement learning as part of their curriculum expectations.