An award-winning journalist with 16+ years' experience, Keeley joined STO in the summer of 2017 after a number of years as assistant editor at The Oxford Mail.
She graduated from the University of Sheffield with a bachelor's degree in English Literature and also has an NCTJ (National Council for the Training of Journalists) diploma as well as 100wpm shorthand qualification.
Keeley has a passion for being outdoors and loves celebrating that with our readers and learning outside the classroom practitioners. Her earliest member of a school trip was a residential to an activity centre in Norfolk where she recalls potholing for the first time: "It was the most terrifying thing I'd ever done but the sense of achievement after completing the activity was overwhelming, it really helped build my resilience and confidence".
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We had a look around Bletchley Park’s new Learning Centre which is now open to school groups with bright classrooms, a dedicated lunch room and more.
We went along to the Science Museum in London to see how they’re inspiring the next generation of engineers and technicians with new galleries.
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Wicked’s UK executive producer Michael McCabe talks to us about why the story of Wicked resonates with young people and the impact theatre visits have.
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What were the takeaways from the 2023 Council for Learning Outside the Classroom conference at the West Midland Safari Park?
Steve Dool is chair of the Council for Learning Outside the Classroom (CLOtC) and is one of the speakers at the ABTA School Travel Seminar in London on 10th March.