Contact Us

To make a general enquiry, please contact:

Supporter Relations
Oxfam House, John Smith Drive
Oxford OX4 2JY
Email: education@oxfam.org.uk
Tel: 0300 200 1300

We are also on Twitter: @OxfamEducation

Meet the team

Richard Baker, Head of Education & Youth

Richard returned to Oxfam to lead the Education and Youth team in 2013, having previously worked for the team from 2003 until 2009. He has also managed a Development Education Centre, taught Geography in two secondary schools and coordinated the Global Student Forum in England.

Tel: 020 7802 9983

Liz Newbon, Education & Youth Adviser

Liz joined Oxfam in 2014, with varied experience of teaching and youth work in several countries including the UK, Pakistan, Brazil, New Zealand, India and Tanzania.  She is passionate about inspiring young people to learn about, respect and take action for each other and the world around them.  She has created learning material for a number of charities and also has experience of supporting educators in developing global school partnerships.

Tel: 0161 2342793

John McLaverty, Education & Youth Adviser

John joined Oxfam in 2008 after a lengthy career as a faculty head and humanities teacher in inner-city London secondary schools. He is passionate about supporting young people to apply their learning, creativity and passion to overcoming poverty.

Tel: 020 7802 9981

Kate Lea, Education Resources Project Manager

Kate has over ten years' teaching experience in primary schools in the UK, Kenya and Malawi.  She co-founded a charity to support children's work in Kenya, has written teaching resources for the Malawian ministry of education and facilitates links between schools in the UK and Africa.

Tel: 01865 473941

Anne Kane, Curriculum Advisor, Oxfam Scotland

Anne works in close partnership with six Global Learning Centres to influence decision-makers, and support teachers, local authorities, and universities to embed Global Citizenship within the Scottish Curriculum. 

Tel: 0141 285 8887

Victoria Leech, Education and Youth Advisor, Oxfam Cymru

Victoria was a secondary-school maths teacher in London and North Wales, as well as a volunteer teacher in Lesotho, where she developed her passion for Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship (ESDGC). Victoria now works to promote and support ESDGC in Wales. 

Tel: 0300 200 1269

Os hoffech chi gysylltu â ni trwy gyfrwng y Gymraeg, plis anfonwch ebost at Vicky Leech yn Oxfam Cymru - vleech@oxfam.org.uk

Katherine Hughes, Education and Youth Communications and Project Officer

Katherine joined Oxfam in 2014 after completing placements with the Communications departments at three humanitarian organisations. She is passionate about using digital communications to raise awareness of global issues and engage others to take action. Her role at Oxfam involves maintaining the Oxfam Education Twitter account and blog.

Richard King, National Education Strategy Adviser

Richard taught science for eight years before joining Oxfam in 2010. He has experience of leading, piloting and promoting whole-school approaches to global citizenship, including curriculum design, staff development and pupil engagement. 

Tel: 020 7802 9978

Kate Evans, Education Marketing & Communications Manager

Kate joined Oxfam in 2012 after working for a number of different charities and arts organisations.  She now manages the Oxfam Education website and looks after Oxfam's communications to teachers and schools.

Tel: 01865 472449