Teaching and Learning Materials and Programmes
We help organisations understand how schools work, how children learn and how families engage with learning opportunities.
We work in partnership with businesses to establish clear aims for projects, key opportunities for learning, key resources for development, and pathways to implementation, delivery and review.
Our commitment to quality education and context-rich curriculum materials has enabled us to work with a number of organisations to design and deliver innovative and bespoke teaching and learning materials and programmes.
Our process for developing and designing materials and programmes is summarised in the diagram below.
Examples of our work
Poetry on a Plate and Poetreein schoolsAnneliese Emmans Dean & York Food Festival, UK
Cross-curricular schools resource, Water ExplorersGlobal Action Plan
In association with Global Action Plan, we designed and delivered teaching and learning activities aimed at engaging schools and their communities in Water Conservation across 11 countries.
York Minster Teaching and Learning Review
In association with Innovate Educate, review and analyse the pre and post learning offer at York Minster. Research and report on opportunities for resource development in relation to local and national influencers on schools and learning.
Heritage learning projectsInnovate Educate, UK
In association with Innovate Educate, we developed teaching and learning resources aimed at connecting schools and families to the rich heritage of their local area. These projects include: Heart of Wakefield, Wakefield Council; International Bomber Command, Lincoln; A Route to the Hills, Malvern Hill District Council; Learning Review, York Minster.