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Community has been at the heart of the work Amarbeer has done since the age of 15. Amarbeer graduated from Royal Holloway University of London with a degree in Physics with Philosophy. He has gone on to be a Students' Union president, American football coach, and a school mentor before starting his current role as a lead practitioner of maths, founding Inspired Learning, and studying for his masters degree in expert teaching. Amarbeer continues his voluntary work with roles in the local Gurudwara.
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Board of Trustees
Our trustees are the directors of the organisation, they set the long-term strategy of the charity and help build the vision, as well as ensure compliance with all relevant regulations.
Jo is the chair of our trustee board. She has worked in education as a maths teacher for over a decade and has always built a fantastic rapport with her students and colleagues. Jo understands the needs and obstacles that children in today's education system have and is keen to make a difference. Alongside this Jo also has roles within the Further Maths Support Programme, has given talks at various conferences, and has pioneered a 'collaborative teaching' approach from her work looking at teaching and learning in China; her understanding of education is key to the organisation. Jo is also our senior safeguarding lead, details on how to contact her can be found in our Safeguarding Policy.
Manpreet Singh Khera
Manpreet has a number of years experience working in HMRC and brings a solid financial eye to the board. He has also been an active member of the local community for a number of years, studying various martial arts with community groups as well as doing voluntary work with Guru Nanak Darbar Gurudwara in Gravesend when he was younger.