Andrew Moffat

Andrew Moffat

Andrew Moffat has been teaching for 23 years and is currently AHT at a large Primary in Birmingham. He is author of ‘No Outsiders in our school: Teaching the Equality Act in primary schools’ and a new book. ‘Reclaiming radical ideas in schools: preparing young children for life in modern Britain’ which uses the No Outsiders model to work with parents and focus on countering radicalisation. In 2017 he was awarded MBE for services to equality and diversity in education.

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Andrew Moffat is a well-known and respected figure in education. This passionate assistant headteacher made headlines after resigning from a school following a backlash against his sexual orientation and “some of the resource books being used in literacy lessons”. Since then, Andrew has continued to inspire educators as a school leader, founder of Equalities Primary, a speaker and author (No Outsiders In Our School: Teaching The Equality Act In Primary Schools is available from Routledge now).

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