Caroline Creaby is an assistant headteacher at Sandringham School, a mixed comprehensive secondary school in Hertfordshire, where she is responsible for professional learning. She teaches economics and business and has previously held roles including AST and head of department at other state schools. With Jonathan Haslam at the Institute for Effective Education, Caroline co-leads the Evidence for the Frontline project. Caroline has been studying part time at the University of Cambridge since 2009. She completed her Masters degree in 2011 and is in the final stages of her doctorate examining professional learning and teacher identity. Caroline is also a trustee of the Old Member’s Trust of University College, Oxford where she supports the college’s access work.
Evidence for the Frontline is a service connecting teachers and researchers. Teachers submit questions about their practice to researchers who provide evidence informed answers. It has been developed by CEBE, is being funded by the EEF and is led by Sandringham School and the Institute for Effective Education.