Steve Marshall, has been involved in Science education, specifically Primary for 30 years. He is able to offer advice and support to assist in the development of science programmes in school. This includes both strategic planning, classroom implementation and pupil interaction. He is keen to work on developing contexts for science lessons, pupil recording of science, pupil assessment of their science, and science enquiry. Steve has a number of big projects under his belt available for schools including Forensics, café science, microscope festival and family challenges.
Steve has both a National and International presence and currently co directs the roll out of the Primary Science Quality Mark.
Hayley Follett is currently a Deputy Head Teacher in an 11-18 comprehensive secondary school in North London. She has been teaching in the secondary phase since 1994. Hayley was accredited with Advanced Skills Teacher status and worked across her Local Authority whilst being a Head of Science for 9 years before moving into leadership and inspection. Her expertise is in effective teaching and learning.
Jeff Howson has worked with Primary and Secondary schools across the UK and internationally for over 35 years as a teacher, HOD, senior teacher, examiner, trainer, project manager, adviser and education consultant. He also runs his own consultancy company and works in the private sector in the field of Artificial Intelligence and Education, winning many international awards for various projects.
Jeff has many specialisms including the Computing Curriculum, Digital Literacy, Artificial Intelligence, Emotional Intelligence, IT Governance, IT Support, IT Infrastructure, IT Procurement, Edtech innovation and implementation. He provides consultancy guidance and support on the above for school leaders and classroom staff.
Craig has over ten years senior leadership experience including two as acting headteacher of an outstanding secondary school. In addition, his other roles include being; a PiXL associate, Chief Financial Officer of a stand-alone academy and the Chair of Governors at a primary school.
Craig can offer support in the following areas: effective use of data to improve pedagogy and outcomes for students; development of the curriculum in order that it is ambitious, well planned, and clearly sequenced; subject and pastoral based reviews to support leaders in creating efficient strategies to improve outcomes.