Edward Walton

Edward Walton
Ed has spent 19 years working in Secondary schools across Aberdeenshire.

A leader in education partnerships, Ed seeks to build networks of real-world providers in the contexts of employment, secondary, further and higher education in order to effect change in the mindsets of young people; raising aspirations and removing the inequities of geographic access and economic deprivation.

Ed is particularly interested in the transition from school to College and University, and seeks to broaden access by diversifying the pathways young people may take toward University.

Register of interests

All positions, appointments, employment etc (whether remunerated or not) that you hold with any other organisation:

  • Depute Headteacher, Fraserburgh Academy, Aberdeenshire Council

Details of any self-employed business, consultancy or other activities you are engaged in, whether remunerated or not, or for other reward or gains:

  • Private Holiday Let Business - Collieston

Details of any contractual or financial/non-financial relationship (including Directorship, Partnership, Consultancy, Board Membership, other Appointments or position of authority or influence, whether paid or unpaid,) with any other company, public authority or service or any other organisation, or any other position you have that would or could enable you to influence the award of a contract or allow you to benefit financially:

  • Trustee – Citymoves Dance Agency SCIO

Details of any ownership of land or property or other holdings within Aberdeen (other than your own main family home) that may be directly or indirectly affected by any known or prospective estate development plan in the vicinity of the city centre campus or the Garthdee campus:

  • None

Details of any other interests or matters of equivalence to any of the above:

  • None

Details where the interests of any close relative may require to be declared:

  • My partner, Miss Emmajane Kingaby, has been appointed as Creative Development Coordinator to Gray’s School of Art’s Look Again team.

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