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Helen Hewlett

Helen is a specialist English language and literature consultant who has been working with teachers and senior leaders in schools and colleges for many years. She works on a variety of OTLA projects as a mentor whilst simultaneously working on Stoke on Trent’s Opportunity Area Programme as their English Consultant across the city. Helen works for the University of Surrey on their Area Outreach Programme and HEON programme, supporting learners with their GCSEs and is a member of Ofqual’s panel of experts. In addition, Helen writes, plans and delivers English Language and Literature Teacher Training nationally and is a Group Leader for the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors (CIEA) supporting Headteachers and senior leaders nationally. Helen works for the ETF on their current suite of CPD and specifically around assessment in English for resit learners. Helen also works as a Teacher Trainer and Writer for PiXL and was a Keynote speaker at their Senior Leaders National Conference. Helen was previously a Principal Examiner at GCSE and A level and was responsible for writing the GCSE English literature papers for AQA. Lastly, Helen is Chair of Governors at a secondary school in the midlands.