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What We Do

Challenging Learning for all ages

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Events

Visible Learning in Daycare

Visible Learning in Daycare

With James Nottingham

DK

26th September 2017

Pedagogical Day

Pedagogical Day

With James Nottingham

DK

27th September 2017

Learning to love challenges

Learning to love challenges

With James Nottingham

SE

29th September 2017

  • Case Study

    W & M School of Education

    In Virginia, USA the W&M School of Education requested James Nottingham’s help with a growth program in June 2014. The Professional Development focus areas included Challenge, Feedback and Mindset. James put together a series of workshops for the staff as well as a Keynote Speech. The following feedback came directly from the Head Teacher, Jan Rozzelle: Which words would you use to describe the work? “Practical, Well- resourced” What impact has this work had on you and your colleagues? “James Nottingham influenced the language of learning among our educators. Principals who attend ...

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    St. Luke's CEVA Primary School

    Martin Renton has now been working with this school since 2010 conducting inset days for professional development covering Outstanding Teaching and Creativity for the whole staff function. Which words would you use to describe the work? "Motivating, Thought- provoking" What impact has this work had on you and your colleagues? Significant. Martin has played a pivotal role in developing the school's approach to creative curriculum coverage and delivery. Can you think of an anecdote that would capture the essence of the work that Martin did with you? Following an INSET focused on curricul ...

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    Yinnar Primary School

    In 2008 James Nottingham was asked to design a schools program in Australia by the Principal of Yinnar Primary School, George Telford. The Professional Development focus areas included Challenge, Mindset, Progress, P4C, Questioning and Outstanding Teaching. James created a Personal Development Program for the whole staff contingent as well as Demonstration Lessons for them to take forward. The following feedback came directly from the Principal, George Telford: Which words would you use to describe the work? “Challenging, Inspirational" What impact has this work had on you and your col ...

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    Brandsøy skule

    From 2008 to 2012 James Nottingham worked with the staff of Brandsøy skule in Norway to create an ongoing program that would cover the following areas of professional development: Challenge, Feedback, Vision & Strategy, Dweck Mindset, Progress, Philosophy for Children The training received by the staff covered the following areas: Whole Staff PD, Demonstration Lessons, Parents' Events, Coaching, Leaders Planning Keynote Speech Which words would you use to describe the work? Challenging, Motivating Useful for school leaders both in short and long-term work What impact has this work ...

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    Ås kommune

    Since 2007 James Nottingham has been working with the Ås kommune in Norway with continual success and excellent feedback across the board. Development focus areas have included Feedback, Vision & Strategy, Mindset, Progress, P4C and Outstanding Teaching. James’ ongoing series of Development Training Programs have incorporated Leaders Planning and Parent Evenings as well as Demonstration Lessons. Below is just a sample of the feedback received: Which words would you use to describe the work? “Thought -provoking, Well planned.” What impact has this work had on you and your colleagues ...

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    South West College

    Since 2008 South West College have been collaborating with Martin Renton each year to cover some key professional development focus areas including Questioning, Creativity and the Teaching Thinking Certificate. The content has also included coaching and a keynote speech for the whole staff. Which words would you use to describe the work? "Inspirational, Evidence-driven." What impact has this work had on you and your colleagues? Improved the standard of Teaching & Learning within the Classroom.  Provided new and additional teaching techniques. Can you think of an anecdote that would ca ...

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