2015 in Review

Education, Learning, Motivation, Study Skills, Teaching and Learning

2015 has been the year of lists. From the ‘to do’ list to the ‘great idea, let’s do it’ list, we have been one busy hive of activity. I can think of no better way to celebrate the year of 2015 but with a list!

  1. January and February: Cold, murky, mental months. We hit a record number of schools during this time and it was awesome.
  2. March: The final countdown to the Easter break and thus, revision workshops. We had to recruit more fabulous people to join our team to meet demand. Also awesome.
  3. April and May: A joyful blur. Develop new programmes. Assess impact. A chance to recoup, gather strength and pace.
  4. June: Proud to be part of the incredible Sunday Times Education Festival talking about inspiring a love of learning.
  5. July and August: Launch of our summer school programme. Results day. Holiday? Check.
  6. September: Kick -starting the new academic year with the Managing Director speaking at the National ResearchED conference. Launch of our new KS3 literacy and numeracy programme and Success Passports. In just 3 months they are now loved by over 50 schools across the UK.
  7. October: It was frightfully wicked with a meeting with Mr Nick Gibb MP.
  8. November: Unbelievable successful, busy month finished perfectly with our Presenter Conference
  9. December: Reflection, preparation. Festive frolics and many, many thanks for a joyful, inspirational year.
  10. Share a short, sweet, funny video of who we are. Done.

 

 

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

See you in 2016.

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