Sarah Seleznyov has worked in London schools for over 25 years and is now leading a brand new primary school in Newham. She has led a Teaching School, been a Deputy Head, a School Improvement Consultant and School Improvement Partner. She also worked at The London Centre for Leadership in Learning, UCL Institute of Education, where she designed and led a range of research-informed programmes for school leaders and teacher enquiry projects.
During her career, Sarah has also worked for the Fischer Family Trust and the National Literacy Trust. She is a specialist maths tutor on the Cognitive Acceleration research project based at King’s College University www.letsthink.org.uk and a member of the Collaborative Lesson Research UK group
Sarah’s research specialism is Japanese lesson study, and she has published widely on the use of lesson study outside Japan. She is currently a PhD student at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Sarah sits on BERA’s British Curriculum Forum Steering Group.