Regional groups of teachers - contacts

Many areas in the UK have local groups of teachers. These function as informal support groups, organising work swaps, creating contacts for members who would like, for example, to run a workshop with another teacher, or just providing an opportunity to meet for lunch and a chat.

Each regional group can have its own area within the website in which it can conduct discussions, store documents or arrange events specifically for that group.

See below for the list of contacts.

Berkshire    
Bristol  Claire Coveney  [email protected]
Cambridge  Ann O'Brien  [email protected]
Cornwall Janet Wright [email protected]
Cumbria and Lancashire  Erica Donnison  [email protected]
East Midlands  Miriam Wohl  [email protected]
Edinburgh  Julia Woodman [email protected]
Fife  George Coltart  [email protected]
Hebden Bridge Sheila Hamnett [email protected]
Hertfordshire, South West  Jan Moffat  [email protected]
London, Bloomsbury  Natacha Osorio  [email protected]
London, North  Hidemi Hatada  [email protected]
London, South West and Surrey  Ken Peacock  [email protected]
London, West  Liz Dodgson  [email protected]
North West England  Bryan Stephens  [email protected]
Oxfordshire  Patrick Ardagh-Walter  [email protected]
Somerset  Gail Clarke  [email protected]
Sussex  Korina Biggs  [email protected]
Wales, South  Penny Spawforth  [email protected]
West Midlands  Clare Dannatt  [email protected]
Worcestershire and Herefordshire    
Yorkshire  Annie Whitehead  [email protected]
Ireland  Richard Brennan  [email protected]
Spain  Don Kirkley  [email protected]

 

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