Meet the team at Chameleon PDE

Directors

    Richard Palmer MA Ed

    Director & Co-founder

    Chameleon PDE Ltd

    Richard is a qualified teacher with over 25 years’ experience in the classroom, as an education consultant, and in the university sector. He has held several regional and LA-wide advisory roles supporting schools to deliver high-quality PSHE & C. He regularly contributes to textbooks and conferences with a pupil wellbeing focus.

    Angela Milliken-Tull MA Ed, MPH

    Director & co-founder

    Chameleon PDE

    Angela has over 25 years’ experience working in education and public health. She has experience in the secondary and university sector and is a public health specialist. She has held regional and national roles developing a range of training programmes and resources and is committed to health improvement through effective education delivered by confident, empowered teachers.

Team Member

    Susanna Taylor

    Content creator

    Chameleon PDE Ltd

    Susanna is qualified primary school teacher with experience teaching children across all year groups and in SEND schools. She believes that working with children first hand in classroom settings has highlighted how important a holistic approach to education is and how high quality PSHE teaching can support the development of a child emotionally, physically, intellectually and beyond. Susanna is passionate about creating engaging and informative lessons that provide children with the knowledge and skills to be happy, healthy and safe in their day-to-day lives and into their futures. 

    Frances Waller

    Content creator

    Chameleon PDE Ltd

    Frances is a former primary school teacher with thirteen years of teaching experience behind her. Having worked across all primary key stages in both the state, independent and international sectors, Frances is passionate about the growth of PSHE as a subject in schools. She believes that supporting children in the development of their social, emotional, and mental and physical wellbeing, is what will set them up to enjoy life and enable them to thrive. When teaching, PSHE was Frances’ favourite subject to plan and deliver and she is thrilled to be working at Chameleon where she can continue to create meaningful and engaging lessons.

Advisory Board

    Isobel

    Head of PSHE

    Langley School

    I have been Head of PSHE at Langley school for just over a year now. I have am interested in how to deploy and monitor an effective PSHE curriculum across the school and how to include everyone from students and parents to teachers, SLT and governors.

    Sophie

    Trust Lead Professional for PSHE

    Queen Mary's Grammar School

    Sophie has been a PSHE specialist since 2016 and is also Programme Director of the health and wellbeing ambassador programme for 16/17 year-olds "Change Your Mind". She has contributed several books and formed part of an advisory group to the DfE on developing non-statutory guidance for teaching about relationships. She has also co-wrote a few lessons in the Chameleon PDE resource library.

    Joe

    PSHE Curriculum Lead

    Upton Court Grammar School

    Joe has worked as PSHE curriculum lead in both the UK and overseas . His work with external companies, has given him the opportunity to trial new and exciting ways to help student personal development. He is working closely with Chameleon PDE  to ensure that students get the best education possible, not just in his school, but across the country.

    Kathryn

    PSHE lead & Science teacher

    Colne Community College

    As PSHE Lead I am responsible for the day to day management of our timetabled RSHE lessons for which we use Chameleon's secondary resources.  I support a large team  keeping colleagues updated with our programme via, meetings and CPD. Our spiral, evidence-based approach ensures PSHE is fully embedded and enriches student experience.

    Daniela

    Assistant Principle

    North Oxfordshire Academy

    Daniela's role at North Oxfordshire Academy is to lead on Education with Character and Personal Development. This includes responsibility for PHSCE, Careers and Enrichment. She has worked with Chameleon PDE for this academic year and used the support and resources to audit and refresh our PSHE provision in line with the Statutory requirements.

    Emma Mirams

    Assistant head teacher DSL

    New Skill Centre

    Emma has worked in both mainstream and specialist settings. Her roles as DDSL andPastoral and Transition Lead work hand in hand with being PSHE Lead for the school. Emma's passion is for inclusion and creating a learning environment where students who may have struggled in previous settings can flourish.

    Melissa

    Head of PSHE and Psychology

    Birkdale Independent Secondary School

    Melissa qualified as a PSHE teacher in 2007 and has worked the last 4 years overhauling her school's PSHE curriculum. Chameleon PDE has helped transform their school's lessons and the quality of PSHE that they deliver. They have also helped Birkdale train the specialist PSHE team to keep the school at the forefront of current developments.

    Laura

    SENDCo

    Oakhurst Community Primary School

    Laura has been in Education for 16 years, primarily teaching within the Early Years Foundation Stage. During the last 4 years, she has been SENDCo, Deputy Safeguarding Lead and PSHE Co-Ordinator. Laura has a passion for inclusion and aims to  ensure that school is equipping their pupils with the knowledge,  skills and attributes to keep themselves safe and be kind, contributing citizens within the community. 

    Bryony

    Head of PSHE

    Stratford Girls' Grammar School

    Dr Bryony Jones has been teaching since 2006. She started teaching Music and has written or contributed to various GCSE and A-level student guides. She has been teaching PSHE since 2010 and was appointed Head of PSHE at Stratford Girls' Grammar School in 2016.

    Mairead

    PSHE Co-ordinator

    St Robert of Newminster RC School & Sixth Form

    Mairead has been teaching since 2013 and has been PSHE Co-ordinator for KS3 & KS4 for the past 5 years. She says. 'Personal development for a secondary school of our size (1600 pupils) is extremely important and PSHE is at the core of this. As society changes, I want to ensure our PSHE programme continues to progress, enabling students to gain the knowledge and skills that are important to succeed.' 

    Andrew

    Assistant Head Teacher

    St Robert of Newminster RC School

    Andrew has worked in education for 19 years. He is an RE teacher, former Head of RE and now Assistant Head Teacher for Catholic Life & Personal Development in his school. Andrew is also an assistant principle examiner for Eduqas Religious Studies and delivers CPD nationally on pedagogy and exam skills. 

Pupil Panel

    Yoo-Jin Lee

    Student Y12

    International School

    Nicole Tann

    Student Y12

    International School