Daniel oversees the contract delivery of NCB's Education and Equalities team, focussing on strands of work that promote best practice around inclusion and special education provision - including the Information, Advice and Support Service Network (IASSN) - enhancing inclusive practice and advancing children and young people's social, emotional and physical wellbeing.
He is also Policy Vice Chair of NCB family member Special Educational Consortium and has represented the SEC giving evidence to parliamentary Select Committees; delivers training on SEND topics, including pedagogy and inclusion; is the National Coordinator for UK (England) on the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education; and is responsible for the
He is a qualified teacher, with previous experience as TA / LSA and has worked predominantly in the further education sector, both in mainstream and specialist provision, with additional experience managing post-16 preparation for work and adult life for young people with SEND in the third sector.
For the nine years before joining NCB in January 2023, he was Education and School Services Manager at a disability charity (Norwood), operational and strategic oversight of service delivery and design, working alongside schools and local authorities. He was a visiting lecturer at King’s on SEN and disability and is a doctor of Education in SEND and literacy.