Clients. Partners. Delegates.

The start of 2019 has been dedicated to the successful SSIF project by Sheringham Teaching School Alliance, where I am honoured to provide training and coaching visits to around thirty supported schools. Working with Berrymede Junior in London and through Ealing Council, I am also exploring Cooperative Learning as a simple, inexpensive vehicle to embed SOLO Taxonomy in schools. I am also continuing my work with VNET as a trusted partner, with a special pricing structure to associated schools. More on the SSIF and SOLO Taxonomy on

Many clients are happy to act as my reference; please contact me for details. Some representative case studies are found below. Click names for more information.

Barking & Dagenham College London

Cooperative Learning, resits & engagement

Sheringham Primary Teaching School Alliance Norfolk

Multischool coordination in maths SSIF

School Development Support Agency Leicester

Cooperative Learning & Outstanding Maths

Viscount Nelson Education Network Norfolk

Inexpensive & accessible CPD at your doorstep

MUA Consultancy London

Expanding scope beyond numbers

Leeds School Centred ITT

Optimising Initial Teacher Training

Stalham Academy Norfolk

Blasting out of special measures

University of East Anglia Norfolk

Introducing Cooperative Learning to tertiary

Uthman bin Affan Trust international

Building future Syria, one team at a time

Great Hockham Primary Norfolk

Why be good if you can be outstanding?

Institute of Education London

Islam in RE PGCE student programme

Perry Barr Neighbourhood Team Midlands

Activating citizens with Cooperative Learning

Association of Muslim  Schools UK

The 21st century British Muslim programme

Aksaa Management & Training Consultants UK

Safeguarding for Cultural Competency Trainers

“Cooperative Learning enables everyone to contribute, actively listen to each other (and) provided a way to engage in controversy within a safe social environment.  The tools are very easy to use and

I have particularly liked the assessment element.”

- Kevin Blogg, teacher trainer with Norfolk County Council & Norfolk SACRE member

on Islam in RE: Religious Literacy & Controversy through Enquiry

at the School of Education & Lifelong Learning, UEA, 2014.


The above is not a comprehensive list of clients, partners, and delegates, which include Queensmead School, Warriner School, Harrow Primary School, Apex Primary School, Ebrahim Academy, Berrymede Junior School, Rashidun Supplementary School, Whitefield School, and Headstart Education Centre, Barking & Dagenham College,  London, The Muslim Teachers Association, Walsall Primary Academy, Shire Oak Academy, Walsall Studio School, Aldridge School, West Walsall E-ACT Academy, St Francis of Assisi Catholic Technology College, Rood End Primary, Short Heath Junior School, and Wisdom School in the Birmingham area, Manara Academy and al-Aqsa Primary & Secondary School in Leicester, Norwich High School for Girls, Alderman Peel High School, Caston CofE VA Primary School, Fakenham Junior School, Avenue Junior School, Wayland Academy, Acle Academy, Aldeburgh Primary, and Norwich Primary Academy,  East Norfolk Sixth Form, Sct. Benedict's Catholic High School, Parkers CofE VC Primary School, and Notre Dame High School, Angel Road Junior School, Attleborough Primary, Bawburgh School, Bignold Primary School, Bluebell Primary School, Catton Grove Primary School, Cliff Park Junior School, Cromer Junior School, Duchy of Lancaster Primary, Duchy of Lancaster Primary and Weeting Primary, East Harling Primary School, Edith Cavell Academy and Nursery, Edmund de Moundeford Primary School, Gayton Primary School, Gaywood Primary School, Hingham Primary School, Lakenham Primary School, Magdalen Gates Primary School, Middleton Primary Academy, North Walsham Junior School, St Mary and St Peter Primary School, St Mary's C of E Junior Academy, Long Stratton, St Nicholas Priory Primary School, Taverham Junior School, The Norman Primary, Tuckswood Academy, Wayland Junior Academy, Brundall Primary and Weeting Primary in Norfolk.

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