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Rob Lewis BSc(Hons) PGCE
 
Rob is a primary specialist who began teaching in 1988 and has successful experience across all primary phases in contrasting socio-economic environments. As a senior leader at both deputy headteacher and headteacher level he has successfully implemented whole school improvement initiatives which have raised achievement and improved standards. The quality of his leadership at headteacher level was described by Estyn as, ‘Good, and a significant amount has been achieved. The headteacher has a clear vision for improvement that is communicated to all stakeholders’.
As a primary school improvement adviser, with a responsibility for vulnerable and underachieving groups, he has successfully supported and challenged primary schools in Blaenau Gwent to improve outcomes for pupils. He is Estyn trained and has supported a wide variety of schools to produce effective self-evaluation reports, school improvement plans and post inspection action plans to drive forward whole school improvement. He has been effective in successfully supporting schools in Blaenau Gwent to be removed from Estyn categories and follow up activity. He has been the local authority supporting officer during NPQH and has effectively supported applicants to be admitted to the course and supported their successful achievement of the qualification.
 
Relevant Experience
 
Primary school improvement adviser, (with a responsibility for vulnerable and underachieving groups), Blaenau Gwent 2009-2012.
Headteacher, Govilon Primary School, 2003-2009
Deputy headteacher, Harold Road Junior School And Learning Centre, 1998-2003
 
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