Madeleine Holt is a filmmaker, entrepreneur and campaigner in education. Formerly culture correspondent on BBC Newsnight, she makes films about innovative, community-minded comprehensive schools and has made the first in-depth film about XP school in Doncaster through her enterprise, Schools on Screen. She runs the pioneering Meet the Parents project in North London, encouraging all families to support their local, non-selective secondary schools. She helped set up the campaign group Rescue Our Schools, which is part of the More than a Score alliance for alternative assessment in primary schools. In 2019 she won the Fred and Anne Jarvis Award for education campaigning, subsequently won by Marcus Rashford.