Interview – Jessica Pearce, British Gymnastics

As schools partnership officer at British Gymnastics, Jesicca Pearce, recognises that educational settings have a huge responsibility in supporting the wellbeing and physical development of their pupils. British Gymnastics is proud to offer a Partner School Programme featuring a brand-new addition of an inclusive recreational gymnastics programme – Rise Gymnastics

Interview with: Jacqueline Bebbington and Natalie Walsh, SENDSCOPE

In the midst of the global pandemic SENDSCOPE was launched. At the time, Jacqueline and Natalie were SENDCo and assistant SENDCo at a mainstream secondary school in Liverpool and whilst they were very happy and loved their roles and the school, the pandemic made them revaluate life and embark on

Interview with: Tom Reynolds, edtech founder, EdenFiftyOne

In 2020, the UK’s education technology (edtech) market grew by 72% and is estimated to be worth around £3.5 billion, with further growth expected as schools continue to catch up after the disruption caused by the pandemic. Someone who has entered the bustling sector is Tom Reynolds. From 2003, Tom worked

Kate Robinson: Creating a future for us all

Liverpool-born Sir Ken Robinson will forever be an influential figure in education. His TEDTalk ‘Do schools kill creativity?’ from 2006 is the most watched online with more than 66 million views. He championed creativity and stressed that the education system needs to cultivate creativity and divergent thinking rather than being focused on

Interview with: Phil Denton, headteacher of St Bede’s Catholic High School

Many people would struggle to see the similarities between a headteacher and a football manager, but for the headteacher of St Bede’s Catholic High School in Ormskirk, there are many affinities. Mr Phil Denton has headed up St Bede’s for four years. For Phil, teaching wasn’t an obvious career path. After