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Ros Asher

Personal Statement


Personal Statement

Ros works with organisations to develop creative approaches that can improve learning, performance and life chances.

Before becoming free-lance, Ros was an Education Director and Project Director at Partnerships for Schools, where she led the Building Schools for The Future ‘Leading Learning’ programme. She has been a Children’s Services Improvement Adviser at the Department for Education, a Local Authority Chief Officer with responsibility for school improvement, development, inclusion and arts services, and an education adviser in four local authorities. Extensive teaching experience covers schools, colleges, higher education and other education settings. She has worked with public, private, third sector and education industry partners, contributed to BBC and Channel 4 music education projects, and been a visiting university lecturer and external examiner. Contributions to conferences and training in Europe and the USA include sessions on leadership, creativity, change management, improving learning, curriculum development, music and the arts.

Ros’s work with voluntary, community and charitable organisations focuses on increasing educational impact.  She was Chair of Trustees for WebPlay and is a Trustee with icould, both organisations incorporating innovative use of IT to inspire learners.  She was a founder Trustee of ‘Music for Life’ a programme now run by the Wigmore Hall and Dementia UK, is a New Mozart Orchestra Trustee, and a member of the Cultural Learning Alliance steering group, which champions the power of high quality arts and cultural education for all learners.


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