Educational Advisor to the National Centre for Diversity
Dr Tony Eaude was the head teacher of a multicultural first school in Oxford for nine years, before studying for a doctorate. He has worked as an independent research consultant for the last twelve years, with much of his work related to young children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development (SMSC). Tony has worked with teachers, head teachers and organisations extensively, especially in relation to SMSC and values. He has written extensively mostly in these areas, pedagogy and expertise; and his book on young children’s moral education is due out in late 2015. Tony is an Honorary Norham Fellow at the Department of Education, University of Oxford.
“I am very pleased to be part of the National Patrons Network because I am passionate about social justice and how schools and other organisations can become genuinely inclusive of everyone’s different needs and talents. I particularly welcome the chance for schools to learn how to develop a more inclusive ethos and to welcome diversity, whatever the context in which they work.”