Kenny is passionate about inclusion, improving teaching and learning and developing leadership in schools. Developing and supporting teachers and leaders to help them become the best teachers so they can be is part of the inclusion agenda. She has been a governor in a local primary school for over twenty years.
Since she retired from headship, Kenny has been working as an Education Consultant and has been carrying out research on Teacher Rounds (a form of collaborative peer-observation) as part of her doctorial studies at Brunel University. The aim is to complete her studies by December 2017.