Tony Attwood (writer)

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Tony Attwood (born in Southgate, Middlesex, England) was educated at what is now the University of Brighton, the Open University, and London University Institute of Education, where he gained an M.Phil for his research in music education. In 2006 he was awarded a Fellowship of the Institute of Administrative Management for his work in setting up the National Certificate in Educational Administration

His is a founder and director of the School of Education Administration and Management[1] which was set up in 2006 in co-operation with the University of Northampton with a grant from the Department of Trade and Industry under the Knowledge Transfer Partnership scheme. He is also a founder and of the Dyscalculia Centre[2] which offers free advice to those who have dyscalculia.

Attwood is also co-founder and chairman of The AISA Arsenal History Society[3] which has produced over 1000 articles on Arsenal's history[4] and a director of Witchwood Records Ltd, Hamilton House Mailings Ltd,[5] Mandy Tobin Homes Ltd, and Websites & Blogs Ltd.

Attwood's books include works on the management of schools, the history of football, dyscalculia, and science fiction.

Making the Arsenal, published Hamilton House, 2009 Woolwich Arsenal: 1893-1915, the club that changed football (with Andy Kelly and Mark Andrews). Published Hamilton House 2012 Blake's 7: The Programme Guide, published by Target, 1982.[6]

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