Sharon Gray

Sharon Gray OBE's 28 years' experience working with children, workforce and systems include 20 years of headship leading SEMH residential units and special schools and a larger than average mainstream school with enhanced provision for excluded children. An Ofsted inspector for 9 years, Sharon is a co-opted member of ‘engage in their future’ - representing special schools nationally for young people experiencing severe SEMH difficulties. A member of the Youth Justice board, she is part of the strategic overview project lead of education in custody and the development of its first secure school. Her work and purpose is in taking a systemic approach to help adults, teams, school, communities and local authorities to create environments that enrich the emotional well-being, creativity and learning of children and young people. 

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