Award-Winning Consultancy for schools, pre-schools and colleges

An inspirational guide to creating lessons that are thought-provoking, meaningful and at the same time theoretically sound.

All Professor Carol Dweck

Professor Carol Dweck

Stanford University

“Teachers use initiatives, such as the ‘learning pit’, very effectively across the school to engage pupils in discussion and to build resilience and a determination to succeed. As a result, pupils demonstrate an exceptional attitude to learning.”

Ofsted report, April 2018

Brudenell Primary School, Leeds

“Your input as a team has had a considerable impact on all of our staff and was certainly a contributing factor to the positive reports we received from the inspectors.”

Headteacher’s report, Feb 2018

Brechin High School, Angus

Entertaining speakers who are easy to understand. The workshops very much exceeded my expectations.

Pre-School Pedagog

Sweden

The presentations were really engaging, challenging and positive. We were shown the value of personalised learning, questioning and feedback - all backed up with pertinent, applicable activities & resources. I thoroughly enjoyed it and will use it to develop my teaching.

Henrik Pedersen, College Lecturer

Denmark

James Nottingham is one of the most talked about names in school development in the world today. His main message is focused on the development of pupils, not their achievement.

Education World

If you want an inquisitive and enthusiastic learning environment then you should engage with the Challenging Learning Process.

Skolvärlden

Swedish Teacher Magazine

The presentations were really engaging, challenging and positive. We were shown the value of personalised learning, questioning and feedback - all backed up with pertinent, applicable activities & resources. I thoroughly enjoyed it and will use it to develop my teaching.

Henrik Pedersen

College Lecturer, Denmark

The process has increased the enthusiasm of staff to look at their classroom practices. They are more open about asking for help, have become more reflective in their practice and have ‘demanded’ more.

Head of Quality Improvement

Northern Ireland

I just want to thank you for lif ting me back to a state of “I love my job.” I have been a lit tle “tired” lately but now I am back on track!

Pre-School Leader

Norway

Put simply, the Challenging Learning Process was the best staff development I have ever had in 17 years of teaching. Very motivating and very useful.

M Watson

College Lecturer, UK

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