Kiran Satti

Education empowers. This underpins Kiran’s why and her narrative, as a teacher and leader.

Kiran began her teaching career in 2010. She has taught across both KS1 and 2 and in Early Years. During this time, she has also taught in Tanzania and this experience still motivates her to ensure equity and equality weaves through her classroom practice. Over her 10 years in education, she has led Pupil Voice, Science and currently is fulfiling her dream role as English Leader, within the Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust – Holyhead Primary.

Kiran is a very passionate advocate of reading and its limitless impact on a child’s learning journey. She reviews books for Just Imagine, supports Tiny Owl Publishers and talks readily at conferences centred on the purpose and power of reading for children.

One of Kiran’s proudest achievements was becoming a Regional Leader for the grassroots movement, Womened. She has facilitates, presents and has curated events as well as working collaboratively to ensure women’s voices are heard and strengthened through empowerment, sisterhood and support.