• Satis Education is preparing to welcome Craig Keady

Satis Education appoints director of client services

Satis Education is preparing to welcome Craig Keady to the team in April, when he will take on the role of director of client services.

Craig comes from a varied background in education, with his most recent position being at David Ross Education Trust. As trust wide vice principal, Craig was responsible for pastoral care, safeguarding and special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).

Prior to that Craig worked as a senior education consultant for the NSPCC, where he delivered safeguarding training and bespoke consultancy.
Craig is currently based in the East Midlands but spent many years working in Greater Manchester. He will work alongside directors, Helen Stevenson and Laura McGunigle to further develop the Satis offer.

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As director of client services, he will support national recruitment at senior leadership levels and offer consultancy services to schools and trusts, with a particular focus on safeguarding, pastoral and attendance, as well as SEND.

Speaking about his new position, Craig said: “I am delighted to be joining Satis Education in the spring. Having started my career in education in 2006, I believe my knowledge and expertise will be a great advantage to the company’s growth and to all the clients we serve.”

Helen Stevenson said: “Here at Satis Education, we are as busy as ever and we feel extremely fortunate to be expanding the team during this climate. Craig’s background in education is the perfect fit for this role and will help us to continue to go above and beyond for our clients during this difficult time. We are particularly excited about the wider range of consultancy services we will be able to offer. We have a number of clients in the North West who have commissioned safeguarding audits.”

For more information on Satis Education, please visit: www.satiseducation.co.uk

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