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Gill Ilic

Gill has more than 35 years’ experience working in education, 25 of those in senior positions in both schools and Local Authorities (LAs).  Gill has worked in LAs in the South of England for most of her career and in a broad range of roles. These included: Commissioner for Education, Principal Adviser, School Improvement Adviser (primary and secondary), Early Years and Primary School Manager, Primary Strategy Manager and Interim Director for Education.
Prior to working for a local authority Gill held two substantive primary phase headships, on both occasions moving the school from unsatisfactory to very good. She has also had short term “caretaking” headteacher roles leading schools when they were in difficulties i.e. Ofsted category of special measures.
Gill’s most recent position as Commissioner for Education (2012 – 2015) gave her the opportunity to work in other key areas of school organisation and management. 
In her role as Commissioner for Education Gill took the strategic overview of early years, primary and secondary education including LA maintained schools, academies, free schools, nursery settings, childcare and child minders.  She was responsible for: educational place planning, school admissions, commissioning SEN and specialist educational provision and the statutory assessment process for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. She was also the School Improvement Adviser for an LA maintained secondary school, a secondary special school and the service for Education other than at School.
Gill was the project lead for an Employment and Skills Group facilitating partnership working between schools, colleges and the business community to strengthen the employability skills and opportunities for young people. 
 
In September 2014 Gill had the strategic responsibility for the initial “roll out year” of the national (England) SEND reforms and led a multi-disciplinary project to implement the programme which included significant changes to the SEN statutory assessment process.
 
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