Stephen was seconded to the role of e-sgol co-ordinator in September 2020 before being appointed full time in April 2022. He previously worked with ERW where he supported schools across the region in developing digital learning and curriculum reform. Within his e-sgol role, Stephen supports the team in coordinating the project in Ceredigion and Powys ensuring that schools, teachers and pupils have received adequate training and guidance to ensure the smooth running and success of the e-sgol project.
Stephen has worked in education since 2006, mainly as a primary school teacher in Haverfordwest. During this time, he was an advocate for digital learning in the classroom and ensuring that technology was used as a digital pencil case that can be used to enhance teaching and learning. In 2016, Stephen was employed by ERW where his role included supporting both primary and secondary schools, within the local authorities in the region, on ways to develop digital learning opportunities for their pupils. Stephen also was heavily involved in supporting schools in their understanding and implementation of Curriculum for Wales.
Outside of work Stephen enjoys all sports including rugby and running, and is an active member of Cardigan Running Club, and completed the London and Snowdonia marathon.