Educational Consultancy Services

Evidence Based. Research Backed.

Beyond Inclusion has been founded by three educational experts who believe that all children matter and matter equally.

UN SDG 4

In particular, Beyond Inclusion works to promote and support The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) to "Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all".

What we offer

We design and provide high-quality, bespoke educational services to support the work of inclusive schools, organisations and learning institutions.

Training

Events

Conferences

Meet the team

Sandra Tibbles

Co-Founder/Director

Victoria
Victoria Raynor

Co-Founder/Director

Martin
Dr. Martin Bloomfield

Co-Founder/Director

Sandra is a global education consultant and highly experienced mainstream and special school principal. She began her 25 + year teaching career as a drama teacher within mainstream secondary education in the UK, and has since worked throughout the education sector, spanning all ages and key stages across local authority maintained, multi academy trust operated, community, and independent schools both in the UK and globally.

Sandra’s work with schools has aspiration, intrinsic motivation, creativity, efficacy and wellbeing at its core and she passionately advocates for inclusive practice, applying key principles of neuroscience, and her vast knowledge and experience of special educational needs provision, to meet the needs of all learners. Sandra is a LinkedIn ‘Top Educational Leadership Voice’ and she writes, develops and delivers training about inclusive educational practices at conferences and across educational platforms, where she has a strong network of associates working throughout the field.

Victoria is a leading global voice in safeguarding children and pastoral care leadership, advising global safeguarding organisations and international leaders of education. She has trained hundreds of schools and has a long, demonstrable experience in Safeguarding and Pastoral Care after holding posts in schools and working as a lead across a group of schools which was heralded by OFSTED and the regional government as exemplary in the practice of pastoral care and safeguarding.

Victoria lectures around the world, writes and leads online training courses and as a strategic leader in the field of pastoral care and safeguarding in education, she is dedicated to driving change and improving outcomes for children and young people. With nearly twenty years of experience, she has developed a deep understanding of the complex challenges involved in education and has honed her skills in developing and implementing effective strategies to address them to maximise the wellbeing and academic success of students

Victoria
Martin

Martin has taught and worked in dyslexia and neurodiversity awareness for over twenty years, winning a Commendation for Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion from the British Council, sitting on a UK parliamentary advisory board for dyslexia and neurodiversity (while helping to shape the government’s Dyslexia Screening Bill), participating in the UK’s Centre for Social Justice ‘dyslexia roundtable’, and delivering lectures and teacher training courses on effective and inclusive teaching and learning, dyslexia, special educational needs in universities across Europe.

Martin is heavily involved with European-funded projects such as The Dyslexia Compass (aligning international dyslexia measurements across Europe), The SEN Toolkit (providing free neurodiversity training for mainstream teachers) and Autism Spectrum Pathways (helping autistic jobseekers find stable and fulfilling employment), Martin runs the Dyslexia Bytes project, raising awareness of dyslexia from an intercultural perspective, and has created the Dyslexia Map, the world’s most comprehensive map of dyslexia providers around the world.

He is currently a member of GIEN, the Global Inclusive Education Network, a member of DAE – Dyslexia in Adults across Europe, a director of Nigeria’s Amina Dyslexia Centre, and is researching a book on dyslexia across Africa with educational psychologists in Nigeria. He holds a PhD in Ethics and Diversity from the University of York.

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