Each of our training courses have been created in partnership with leading organisations and subject specialists.
We've ensured we've worked with the best of the best, by selecting content partners based on their expertise, experience and ability to design engaging activities that will have a strong impact.
- Alex Green from Alex Green Consultancy worked with us on our budgeting for school improvement course. Alex is a former headteacher and school budget and finance specialist.
- Cambridge Assessment worked with us on the principles of good assessment course. They are an international exams group from the University of Cambridge, and their assessments are taken by over eight million learners each year.
- CUREE (the Centre for the Use of Research and Evidence in Education), an internationally acknowledged centre of expertise in evidence-based practice in all sectors of education, helped create the effective feedback course.
- David Birch has extensive experience as a headteacher, SIP and leadership coach, and is an associate director of the National Education Trust. David worked with us on our raising achievement and closing gaps course.
- The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) is an independent charity that supports schools in their use of research evidence. They helped develop our literacy (reading) and literacy (writing) courses.
- Fintan O’Regan is an SEN and behaviour consultant for the Schools Network and an associate lecturer for Leicester University, nasen, Tribal Education and the Institute of Education. Fin helped create our managing behaviour: high-impact approaches course.
- George Abbot was one of the first teaching schools in England. They helped develop success in middle leadership and unleashing excellent teaching courses.
- Hackney Learning Trust. Elina Lam and JJ Primrose from Hackney Learning Trust help develop the metacognition: learning to learn course. Elina is the programme manager of the KS3 catch-up literacy programme – the LIT Programme. JJ Primrose is an associate deputy headteacher and a primary teaching and learning consultant.
- InnerDrive. Bradley Busch is a registered psychologist and director of InnerDrive, a mental skills training company that helps people develop a growth mindset. Innerdrive helped develop our growth mindset course.
- Dr Kathryn Weston is a director at Keystone Aspire and parental engagement expert. Kathryn delivers CPD training in schools to help teachers apply research about effective parental engagement to their own practice. We worked with Kathryn to create our engaging parents: building strong partnerships course.
- Louise Burnham collaborated with us on our teaching assistants: optimising impact course. Louise has over 20 years’ experience as a primary and early years teacher.
- Mary Myatt is an education adviser, writer and speaker. She works in schools talking to pupils, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the curriculum. Mary worked with us to write our developing leadership across a MAT course.
- Mike Gershon is an education consultant and author of more than 30 books and 50 guides covering different areas of teaching and learning. We worked in partnership to develop our differentiation and outstanding subject leadership courses.
- Natalie Packer worked in multiple roles relating to SEND, including as a local authority SEN advisor, as a consultant for nasen and as a SENCO. Natalie helped create our SEND: securing the best outcomes for pupils course.
- One Education are a leading provider of education services to schools and academies with a focus on evidence and research. We partnered with them to create our coaching, pupils with EAL: support, engage, empower and stretch and challenge for more able pupils courses.
- The Teacher Development Trust are a national charity that supports effective CPD in schools. They helped write our train the trainer: supporting in-school facilitators course.
- Valérie Besanceney is an author with experience as a 'third culture kid' and an international school teacher. Valérie worked with us on our managing transitions in international schools course.
- Why Consultancy. Nina Siddall-Ward, the director of Why Consultancy, partnered with us to create our improving time management: practical strategies course. Nina was a primary headteacher in three schools, and the head of standards and learning effectiveness for East Sussex Children's Services Authority.