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Elly Barnes was born on 1971 in Leicestershire, United Kingdom, is a CEO. Discover Elly Barnes’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 52 years old?

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Occupation CEO
Age 52 years old
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Birthplace Leicestershire, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Elly has formed a close partnership with Goldsmiths University of London and together with Dr Anna Carlile wrote a book of all the research from the Educate & Celebrate Programme released in March 2018 called How To Transform Your School into An LGBT+Friendly Place: A Practical Guide for nursery, primary and secondary teachers.

During these early years Barnes and her team created LGBT+Inclusive schemes of work for their year 7 including ICT lessons on Alan Turing, LGBT+ symbols, key rings, rainbow flag in Design & Technology and songs by queer artists in music. All the teachers in the year team contributed; the project developed over the next 7 years into a school-wide celebration of LGBT History Month with an integrated curriculum for which received ‘best practice’ status from Ofsted in 2012 for successfully tackling homophobic bullying and ingrained attitudes in our schools stating that ‘This approach has been highly successful.’


Elly Barnes was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire in 2016 for her contribution to education, equality and diversity. She also received her honorary doctorate from the University of Aberdeen in November 2016 and won the Activist of the Year 2018 award from Diva Magazine.


In 2010 Barnes developed her theory and practice into the ‘Educate & Celebrate’ teacher training and resource programme to make educational institutions ‘LGBT+Friendly’ through standardising and creating centres of ‘best practice’. Educate & Celebrate is now a well-respected charity delivering their programmes in the UK, Channel Islands and beyond making organisations in all sectors ‘LGBT+Friendly’ through standardising and creating centres of ‘best practice’.


Barnes first job was as a peripatetic singing teacher in Hertfordshire and London. She then obtained a permanent teaching role at Stoke Newington School in North London becoming Head of Year in 2005. That year, she began working with Schools Out to initiate LGBT History Month at Stoke Newington School with the aim of eradicating homophobic, biphobic, and transphobic language and bullying by challenging young people’s (and teachers, parents and governors) perceptions of LGBT+ people.


Elly Barnes MBE (born 1971 in Leicestershire) is the Founder and Chief Executive of the charity Educate & Celebrate, She was voted Number 1 in the Independent on Sunday’s Pink List in 2011 (now the Rainbow List), and was a judge in 2012.