Before joining the PSHE Association, Bethan led PSHE education in an 11-18 school in Croydon. Her role included developing a PSHE education programme of study and facilitating students’ social, moral, spiritual and cultural development across the whole school.
Bethan has completed a Master’s Degree in Education Practice, with her research focussing on effective ways to develop higher order thinking skills for students with special educational needs and disabilities. Currently, she is studying for a Master’s Degree in Psychology in order to more effectively support the wellbeing of young people. She sees PSHE education as one part of creating a more equal starting point for young people and empowering them to make well-informed decisions.