Jane is currently a Secondary school Teacher but has worked widely in Museum Education and Arts Administration since 1994. She has wide experience of creating placed-based content for the secondary curriculum and has encouraged schools to engage more widely through partner organisations to deliver more enriched educational experiences. Her education work with the Forestry Commission and Archaeology partners has been nominated for a British Archaeology Award.
Jane has been involved with the Shieling Project since she completed a Professional Recognition in Learning For Sustainability with Sam Harrison. She has been on the board since 2019.
Other interests included hill-walking, local food, music and Border Terriers.
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