Ross Morrison McGill is an experienced school leader with over 20 years of work in state schools across London. He has significant understanding of how to unpick the complexities of school life, improving the quality of professional development, well-being and whole-school teaching and learning. As a result of his national profile as the leading contributor and organiser of online CPD, he is frequently asked to speak at national conferences to reflect on educational developments and education policy. He has won countless awards, most recently in The Times newspaper as one of ‘500 Most Influential People in Britain’, as well as a permanent feature in Debrett’s People of Today, recognising over 20,000 individuals who are positively influencing Britain and inspiring others through their achievements and leadership. McGill also received a Teaching Award, nominated for ‘Teacher of the Year in a Secondary School in London, 2004’ and was listed as an ‘Education Reformer of the Year in 2014’ by The Education Foundation Think Tank. In 2010, he founded his website ‘TeacherToolkit’ which is regularly awarded the number one spot in blogging and social media awards for education. As an outcome of his writing online, Bloomsbury Publishing asked McGill to write his first book, ‘100 Ideas – Outstanding Lessons', which reached the top-100 of all books listed on Amazon in 2013. His second book, ‘Teacher Toolkit: helping you survive your first five years’ (September 2015) is also very popular with new teachers. He has written numerous publications for Schools Week newspaper, The Guardian and countless other publications. He is also the founder of @SLTchat, the #5MinPlan and is currently writing his third book, ‘Mark. Plan. Teach.’ out now.
An inspirational talk led by Ross Morrison McGill
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