Ian Fenn, has been Headteacher since 2001, of Burnage Media Arts College, a boys school with a catchment area of inner city Manchester. He has wide experience of teaching and headship of schools. Apart from school improvement, Ian's main interest is in developing social inclusion and strategies to prevent extremist violence. Ian’s role at FSTC is as the lead member of the National Curriculum enrichment team. He is director of CE4CE, the educational subsidiary of FSTC.
Ian Fenn was, with Professor Al-Hassani, one of the speakers who represented FSTC before the The Education and Culture Committee of the EU Parliament in Brussels on the 5th November 2008 read more by clicking on Muslim Heritage and Education. Ian was also a speaker in the conference organised by FSTC in London, at the UK House of Parliament in 15 October 2008. He talked about Curriculum Enrichment and Social Cohesion (see Muslim Heritage in our World: Social Cohesion)