Anthony Peltier is a headteacher of twenty-five years and a teacher of 17 years. Alongside this role, Anthony is also a senior officer in the Metropolitan Police Service. His accomplishments in education span Inner London to as far out as Birmingham. Anthony has led schools in the primary sector and was an executive headteacher in Southwark, South East London, in the alternative provision service. In 2013, Anthony and another senior colleague together wrote the Diversity Mark Standard, a school improvement framework, a diversity, equality and inclusion organisational change program. The Diversity Mark is in schools in early years settings through to Further Education colleges. Currently, 72 schools across England and whales are using this programme to support their DE& I and Anti-Racist Education.
Anthony also sits on the Community Reference Group with the Metropolitan Police Service, working to ensure all future police training recognises the cultural richness, diversity, and inclusion within the communities it serves. In 2019 Anthony formed Innovate for Growth CIC (IFG) he works to uplift communities while working with private, public, and third sector organisations to become Institutionally Black Aware.
Anthony currently sits in a voluntary capacity as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Passion Project Foundation. The Passion Project is an employment initiative created for 14 to 25-year-olds. It encapsulates the use of a large-scale self-development and emotional intelligence framework designed to support young people of all ages. Anthony is currently reading law as his second degree.
Anthony Peltier is committed to full social and financial inclusion, equality, equity, and diversity for all.
Anthony has launched a number of social change platforms;
On the day of the launch, Anthony will unveil his latest collaborative, in partnership with Dame Claudine Duberry PhD, their Social Care accountability platform the IOSCC.