Dr Russell Grigg is Executive Head of Research at the Wales Centre for Equity in Education where he leads applied research and policy development, aiming to address inequities in education. He has more than twenty-five years’ experience in education in many roles, including teacher, head of school, trainer, consultant, inspector, writer and researcher. He is the author of the much-acclaimed Becoming an Outstanding Primary Teacher and has written many other education materials. He is a lifelong, passionate Swansea City supporter.
Click here to take a look at Russell’s Padlet page, where he asks for your contributions to the question, ‘What’s the best idea in education ever?’.