Our Team

Our dedicated team of experienced professionals are committed to improving and delivering our services utilising their unique skills and passion to move the work of our Social Enterprise forward. We are always striving to stay ahead of the curve and we endeavour to continuously update our services. Meet some of our incredible leaders below.

Working Towards a Better Tomorrow


The Write Time started from the desire to inspire and support the hardest to reach members of the community. Established in 2014, we are an organisation motivated by the goal of helping individuals thrive in their challenging environment, by giving them a strong foundation of support, education, and advice.

We offer a variety of government and lottery funded programmes to provide in-school mentoring programmes, traineeships, women’s projects and a small independent school. We are always looking at ways to work in partnership with other organisations to broaden the scope of the services we can offer.

Chris Murray


Chris was inspired to set up The Write Time as he strongly believes that we should be doing more to engage people in education to lead them into achieving their full potential and get the best opportunities in life.

​Chris’ passion and drive is to successfully work with young people that are marginalised by society and promote social inclusion. He specialises in “turning around” those hardest to reach and will work alongside their families and other providers to get the best possible outcomes.

​His own personal story is one of triumph over adversity.

Suk Bahra


Suk has worked for leading training providers for 29 years, all her positions have been customer focused and she is passionate about making a difference to individual lives. Suk joined a Youth Training Scheme at the age of 17 on completion of work experience. She was employed as a tutor and discovered she had a natural flair for supporting learners to achieve.

This was the start of a successful career utilising her skills as a manager and talent for customer relationships. She is proud to say her working life has been varied and challenging at times, which has contributed to making Suk a strong leader. Suk enjoys meeting people and is a firm believer that it is never too late to start learning and improving yourself.

Amanda Murray


Experienced, trustworthy, professional. These are just a few of the ways coworkers describe this invaluable member of our team.

Amanda works tirelessly in her spare time to ensure that The Write Time meets its statutory obligations as well as giving financial and strategic advice.

Amanda works for a top FTSE company as a Senior Group Accountant and we are fortunate to have access to her expertise.

Kevan Wayne-Morris


Kevan started his teaching journey working with disadvantaged young people in Berkshire, leading on a variety of engagement programmes for young people and trainee Youth Workers.  Kevan quickly moved into formal education where he has held senior leadership roles in the voluntary sector, commercial training sector, mainstream FE colleges and specialist schools including those that meet the needs for children and young adults with SEND, including the following classifications; ASD, SpLD, SLCN, PMLD, SEMH, PRU and AP.  Kevan has gained experience and constantly developed his leadership style by working across the UK, in London, Wolverhampton, Derbyshire, Dorking and Suffolk.  Kevan is experienced in multi-agency working and has been successful in setting up collaborative partnerships to create Supported Internships, Apprenticeships and Work Experience opportunities.

Mei-Lee Ho


Mei-Lee joined The Write Time after many years working with The Prince’s Trust, and has worked closely with Chris there in his previous capacity of Head of Operations.

Mei-Lee comes with the vision and drive to improve our Social Enterprise, and is focused on the continuous improvement of our processes.

Mei-Lee ensures that everything is on target and in line with School Policy. Mei-Lee works to promote the upskilling of our post-16 learners.

Paul Keenleyside


Paul is a leadership consultant and coach with a focus on the importance of how we can all act and lead with wisdom, compassion and strength.

A qualified teacher with 15 years classroom experience he has also held senior leadership posts in the Education sector, including as a Headteacher and Director of Education, before moving to Board level work in Third Sector organisations and SME’s. He has successfully dealt with change and ambiguity throughout his career, working with both Executive and non-Executive Boards when they are facing challenge and change, as well as coaching individual leaders.

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