Sarah Mullin is a Deputy Headteacher at an independent all-through school in Birmingham, England. She is an experienced middle and senior leader who was a finalist in the category of Headteacher of the Year 2019 by the West Midlands Education Awards. As a highly regarded educator, Sarah has delivered CPD for aspiring, training and experienced teachers at schools, colleges and universities nationwide and she has coached and mentored educational professionals all across the UK. Sarah is a Woman Leading in Education (WLE) coach where she supports women aspiring to school leadership; she was recently shortlisted from over 28,000 nominees as a 'Positive Role Model' for women by the National Diversity Awards. Sarah is a member of the Secondary Education Board at the English Association and she is also studying for her Doctorate in Education where she is researching the gender imbalance in school leadership. Whilst Sarah has contributed towards many educational texts over the course of her career, 'What they didn't teach me on my PGCE' is the first book in what will be a series of books written by educators, for educators.