Farrah Serroukh - Learning Programme Leader (Regional)

An experienced teacher and senior leader, Farrah taught in challenging inner London primary schools across all phases before moving into senior management where she led literacy, EAL, EMA and Inclusion. Farrah has an MA in Bilingualism in Education. A regular contributor to the NALDIC magazine, Farrah's key interests include ethnic minority achievement, language acquisition and children’s literature. Farrah coordinates our partnership and regional work.

Farrah's favourite places to read are (in order): bed, sofa, coffee shop, train, park.

Her most recent blog : Reflecting Readers Realities in Children's Literature appears in Collaboroo (an online community for the teaching profession).

Her article: Beyond the Reading for Pleasure Agenda was published in NALDIC Quarterly Volume 15 Number 2 2015.