teaglo Champions

Our champions are vital members of the teaglo team, helping us deliver ideas and opportunities that make teachers happy and successful. Meet our champions below, and connect with them on teaglo.

David Keyte

Year 3 Teacher & Maths Leader

David is a Year 3 Teacher and Maths Leader at a school in Crawley, West Sussex. With a huge passion for Children's literature, he is a keen reader and reviews books for a number of sources. Hugely passionate about teaching and learning and considers himself very fortunate to do a job he loves.

Karen Knight

Teacher of History

A classroom teacher for 25 years, Karen teaches history at a secondary school in Hull. She has previously held a wide range of roles in school, including Head of Year, Head of Department, Head of Faculty and Teaching and Learning Champion. Karen particularly enjoys creating and sharing resources to support learning in the classroom.

Luke Richardson

Teacher of English

Luke Richardson is an English teacher, writer and blogger with an ambition to inspire creativity, positivity and an adventurous spirit.

Sam Stewart

Year 6 Class Teacher & PE Leader

Sam Stewart is a Year 6 Class Teacher, UKS2 Phase Leader and PE leader.

Hannah Wilson FCCT

Head of Secondary Teacher Training

A former Teacher of English, Drama and Media Studies and an Executive Headteacher, Hannah is now Head of Secondary School Teacher Training at the University of Buckingham. She is a MAT Trustee and founder of #WomenEd and #LeanInGirlsUK.

Bukky Yusuf FCCT

Senior Leader and Science Lead

Bukky Yusuf is an EdTech and well-being enthusiast. She is also a Secondary Science Consultant, qualified coach and London network leader for WomenEd.

Yusuf Ibrahim

Assistant Headteacher

As a highly innovative teacher and leader, Yusuf implements key aspects of Nudge Theory into education, designing the 'choice architecture' to enable better decisions for learning, teaching and leading. He believes in a values-based leadership model to create successful teams, with the ethos that great teaching is great leadership. He has worked in London, Bristol and now Cardiff, across secondary, sixth form and further education.

Dr Helen Wright

Leadership Consultant, Coach and Trustee

Dr Helen Wright is the author of Powerful Schools: how schools can be drivers of social and global mobility. A nationally and internationally respected educational leader and advisor with over 2 decades of practical experience in futures-focused school leadership. A determined advocate globally for the education and development of young people and school leaders.