Debra Myhill is the Director of the Centre for Research in Writing. She is committed to the bringing together of teaching, teacher education and research so that children and young people's experience of learning to be literate enables them to be confident, articulate citizens of the future, able to use language and literature for personal fulfilment and economic well-being.
Those with at least two years' experience can look to become a special educational needs coordinator (SENCO). SENCOs are typically heads of special educational needs departments and hold responsibility for SEN policy within a school and day-to-day special needs education provision.
I just want to say how much I have grown intellectually and how my depth of understanding of issues around the world has developed. Thanks Exeter for opening up the world of education to me.