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Babatunde Taiwo Ojewunmi

Babatunde is currently a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. He is a Homerton Santander Outstanding Achievement in PhD Award prize-winner. His research interests include pastoral care, mental health and wellbeing, teaching and learning, policy evaluation, and inclusion.

He has more than 12 years of experience working as a secondary school teacher, with school leadership experience as a data and assessment coordinator, personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education co-ordinator, subject co-ordinator and, currently, an assistant pastoral leader in a London inner-city academy.

Babatunde is a Chartered London Teacher. This status recognises and rewards his commitment to inclusive education, and his key role in transforming education in London by working to raise the achievements of all pupils and by challenging educational underachievement and disadvantage. He held an appointment by the London Borough of Redbridge as school governor in a primary and a secondary school. His PhD focusses on how pastoral care can improve engagement and raise attainment within schools.

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