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Paul Dix

As a difficult child, relentless teacher and award winning behaviour trainer, Paul Dix's voice has echoed through many classrooms. A leading expert in Behaviour Management and Behaviour Change his inspirational perspectives and fascinating narratives reveal a ferocious passion for education.


Paul has been working in the most challenging urban schools and colleges for the last 25 years. He leads a thriving Education Consultancy transforming behaviour, teaching and learning in schools and colleges in the UK and internationally. 


Paul has advised the Department for Education on Teacher Standards, given evidence to the Education Select Committee and done extensive work with the Ministry of Justice on Behaviour and Restraint in Youth Custody. 


Paul is Chair of the Board of Directors of the TBAP Trust  (Tri Borough Alternative Provision) the UKs first Multi Academy Trust for Alternative Provision and AP. 


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