MBE Paul Matthew Adams Lately G7, Assessment, Curriculum and Qualifications Group, Department for Education. For services to the Department for Education and to the community in Basildon MBE Norma Alcock Volunteer, NSPCC. For services to Vulnerablel Children MBE Julie Anne Allen Headteacher, Birkwood Primary School, Barnsley. For services to education MBE Mohammad Ashfaq Founder and Managing Director, Kikit Pathways to Recovery, Birmingham. For services to Vulnerable People MBE Francis Gordon Askew Lately Literacy and Phonics Advisor, Department for Education. For services to education. MBE Lynne Ann Atkin HR Director, Barclays UK and Global Head of Employee Relations, Barclays Bank. For services to Human Resources in the Banking Sector MBE Shazia Azhar Diverse Leaders Network. For services to education MBE William Edward Hampshire Bagnall Governor and Chair, Finance and Strategy Committee, The Sixth Form College Farnborough, Hampshire. For services to education. MBE John Baker Chair of Governors, Queen Boudica Primary School, Essex, and National Leader of Governance. For services to education MBE John Beresford Volunteer, Show Racism the Red Card Campaign. For services to education MBE Jennifer Bridget Billington Deputy Headteacher, Sir Tom Finney Community High School, Preston. For services to special educational needs and Disabilities MBE Georgina Felicia Tutuaa Bondzi-Simpson Chair of Governors, Kingsbury High School. For services to education MBE Paul Lawrence Brown Mechanical Instrumentation Workshop Manager, Imperial College London. For services to higher education MBE John Buttrick Lately Director and Honorary President, Hull Children’s University. For services to Children in Hull MBE Teresa Anne Carpenter Foster Carer, Kent County Council. For services to children and families MBE Patricia Carrington Principal and Head of Service, City College Peterborough. For services to further education and to the community in Peterborough MBE Victoria Jean Chalmers Founder and Lead Practitioner, Time 4 Children. For services to children’s emotional well-being MBE Kevin Christopher Clancy Lately Head of Construction, York College. For services to further education MBE Mary Teresa Clancy SENCO Co-ordinator, St Gregory’s Catholic Science College, Harrow. For services to special educational needs and Disabilities MBE Susan Clark Chair and Fundraiser, Pegasus Playscheme, Dover. For services to Children with Disabilities MBE Gillian Clipson Lately Deputy Chief Executive, Association of Colleges. For services to further education MBE Christopher John Collier Business Board Chair, NSPCC Peterborough. For services to children and young people MBE Ethna Philomena Cummins Lately Headteacher, Whitefield Infant School and Nursery, Lancashire. For services to education MBE Susan Janet Dare Lately Prinicipal and Chief Executive Officer, Northbrook College, Sussex. For services to education MBE Edward Davenport Foster Carer, Trafford Borough Council. For services to children and families MBE Jean Davenport Foster Carer, Trafford Borough Council. For services to children and families MBE James Andrew Dick Lately Chair of Trustees and Governors, Moor House School and College, Hurst Green, Surrey. For services to special educational needs and Disabilities MBE Janet Lorraine Down Chief Executive, SoLO Life Opportunities. For Services to children and young people with special needs in the West Midlands MBE Darrilyn Downes Teacher, Forest Oak School, Birmingham. For services to special educational needs and Disabilities MBE Sonia Mentena Evans Foster Carer, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. For services to children and families MBE Marion Jean Faust Chair of Governors, Brampton Manor Academy. For services to education MBE Harriet Anne Granville Lately History Teacher, Tudor Hall School, Banbury. For services to education MBE Barbara Elizabeth Hale Foster Carer, Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to children and families MBE Martin Alan Hale Foster Carer, Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to children and families MBE Paul Edward Harper Lately Team Leader, Social Work Reform, Children’s Services, Department for Education. For services to the Department for Education MBE Nigel Patrick Harris, JP Director Camden LGBT Forum. For services to the LGBT community MBE Claire Louise Harvey Senior Consultant, KPMG, GB Paralympian and Chair, Anti Homophobia and Transphobia Steering Group. For services to Diversity, Inclusion and Sport MBE Gareth Higgins Managing Director, KMF Precision Sheet Metal Ltd. For services to Apprenticeships MBE Pauline Anne Hill Foster Carer, Cheviots Children’s Disability Service, Enfield. For services to children and families MBE Roger Anthony Hill Foster Carer, Cheviots Children’s Disability Service, Enfield. For services to children and families MBE Meryl Homer Pre-School Manager, St Alphege Church of England Pre-School and Manager, Little Treasures and 2’s Group. For services to Early Years Education MBE Julie Jennings Lately Manager, of Children, Young People and Families, Royal National Institute of Blind People. For services to Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities MBE Veryan Steele Johnston Lately Executive Director, of Human Resources, Newcastle University. For services to higher education MBE Jennifer Jones Founder and Manager, Inspired Foundations. For services to adoption MBE Ernest Ian Lindley Foster Carer, Doncaster. For services to children and families MBE Christine Linnitt Lately Head, Holywell Primary School, Loughborough. Elected Member of the Headteacher Board for the East Midlands and Humber. For services to education MBE Christine Mary Meadows Foster Carer, Islington Council. For services to children and families MBE Andrew Moffat Assistant Headteacher, Parkfield Community School, Birmingham. For services to equality and diversity in education MBE Helen Elizabeth Myers Assistant Headteacher, The Ashcombe School, Dorking and Chair, London Branch, Association for Language Learning. For services to education MBE Elizabeth Anne O’Reilly Chair of Governors, Greenway Primary and Nursery School, Hertfordshire. For services to education. MBE Stephen Peter Oxlade Executive Principal, Reigate and Coulsdon College. For services to education MBE Amanda Jane Piper Foster Carer, Suffolk County Council. For services to Children and Familieis. MBE Amanda Jane Richardson Chief Executive, The PACE Centre, Aylesbury and Founder-Chairman, Action Cerebral Palsy. For services to special educational needs MBE Penny Roberts Founder and Chair of Governors, St Luke’s CofE School, Hampstead, London. For services to education MBE Jacqueline Rowbottom Foster Carer, Cheshire West and Chester Council. For services to children and families MBE Kevin Rowland Facilitator in Systems and Services, Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to special educational needs and Disabilities MBE Dorina Isabella Scott Headteacher, Beavers Community Primary School, Hounslow. For services to education MBE Denise Shaw Lately Chair of Governors, Outwoods Primary School. For services to special educational needs and Disabilities MBE Peggy Sherwood Lately President, Jewish Gay and Lesbian Group. For services to the Jewish community MBE Amanda Jane Southwick Principal, Marchbank Free School, Darlington, County Durham. For services to education MBE Margaret Carol Stannard Volunteer, Oak Field School and Specialist Sports College, Nottingham. For services to special educational needs MBE Jonathan Francis James Taylor Lately Headmaster, Bootham School York. For services to the York Independent State School Partnership MBE Brian Wilfred Walker Headteacher, West Park School, Derby. For services to education MBE Louise Ann Walkiden Foster Carer, Hertfordshire County Council. For services to children and families MBE Timothy John Walkiden Foster Carer, Hertfordshire County Council. For services to children and families MBE Janet Watson Deputy Headteacher, Queen Elizabeth’s School, Wimborne, Dorset. For services to education MBE Andrew Dennis Webb School Secretary, London School of Economics. For services to higher education and to the community in East Anglia MBE Gail Eileen Webb Education Consultant and lately Head of Learning Improvement, Leeds Local Educational Authority. For services to education MBE Fiona Deborah Joyce Whimster Headteacher, The Lincoln St Giles Nursery School. For services to education and community cohesion in Lincolnshire MBE Kathleen Mary Whitmore-Payne Foster Carer, Cornwall Council. For services to children and families MBE Etheleen Mildred Wigley Founder, Children First Derby Charity. For services to vulnerable children in Derby MBE Jennifer Woods Associate Director (Widening Participation), Kingston University. For services to widening access to higher education

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