The Whitehouse Consultancy has launched a key sector Practice, focussing on education and children’s services.
The Education Practice includes team members who have held key education roles across national and local government and who have sat on boards for academies, schools and education settings spanning: early years, primary, secondary, further and higher education, and also special educational needs and disabilities.
It builds upon the consultancy’s work representing multi-academy trusts, schools, professional bodies and SEND charities.
‘With so much talent and experience in the education sector at The Whitehouse Consultancy, it seemed a natural progression to set up an Education Practice. We are the best in the business at helping education clients, with specialists in education policy, communications, media and crisis.
The Practice will be led by Paul Church, Associate Director and Head of Education, who currently chairs the industry’s PRCA Education Group and was elected as an inaugural member of the industry-leading Public Affairs Board.
To read more about the Whitehouse Education Practice, please view our sector document here:
To coincide with this launch, the consultancy announced its first education event of 2019, ‘Lessons from Labour’, which will see Shadow Minister of State for Schools, Mike Kane MP, and former Shadow Minister of State for Children and Families, Emma Lewell-Buck MP, set out Labour’s vision for the future of education in the UK, including their plans for a National Education Service. The event will take place on 24th April at the Houses of Parliament Full details here.
Paul Church, Associate Director & Head of Education
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