Adrian Sladdin is an educational consultant who works on projects and partnerships in the UK and around the world. He is educational trustee for the UK branch of the Jane Goodall Institute, a global charity, and is developing the Roots & Shoots schools programme. He is also Director for Aspire Prep., an innovative education programme for students and has just taken up a new role as trustee for the Young Gamblers’ Education Trust. He is a trained teacher of English and Mathematics who has worked in both the state and independent sectors and has worked as Senior Examiner for AQA on GCSE English. His recent work includes collaboration with Coreplan on their Turnaround Programme which was funded by Job Centre Plus and Newlon Fusion on an Employability Project. He has also created the concept and written the curriculum for the Young International Leadership Programme.
He is also participating in two European Union Erasmus+ projects and will be managing a new project in 2015. For eight years he worked as part of the senior leadership team for a leading awarding body, developing both national and international programmes and travelling extensively in China and Europe in his role as Head of Business Development and Marketing. He has written extensively during his career and he has also developed resources for schools as well as bespoke workshops and training. His consultancy work includes public speaking, training for teachers and students as well as advice on bid-writing.
B.A. (Hons) English Literature; PGCE Secondary English & Mathematics; CMI Level 7 Qualifications in Project Management and Marketing
Recent collaboration work on Young International Leaders Programme;
School Improvement/INSET Offer
- Developing a Peer Mentoring Programme;
- Roots & Shoots (Jane Goodall Institute) training;
- Developing a School Enterprise Programme;
- Leadership Skills;
- Developing a Radical Curriculum
“We had been running a mentoring programme internally at Dulwich College for 3 years and wanted guidance on how to expand its influence and effectiveness.
Through Adrian Sladdin’s experience and understanding, the boys were able to gain a comprehensive overview of all the issues we wanted to address and how we could bring the programme forward. He was clear and comprehensive; the boys learned a huge amount over the 2 training sessions and he enabled us to become much more proactive and forward-thinking in our approach to mentoring. We have introduced several new initiatives as a result of his training and the boys have taken ownership of the whole process.
We were very pleased that Adrian was able to make such significant changes in a short space of time and would highly recommend him to other schools looking to provide a meaningful peer mentoring service.”
Jonathan Ratnasabapathy – Middle School Mentoring Co-ordinator, Dulwich College