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Areas of expertise



Creating inclusive environments which support all learners


Improving focus and attention

The science behind Outdoor Learning and why it benefits children of all ages

Using the outdoors and risky play effectively to support emotional, physical and cognitive development

The basics of brain development

Understanding how stress impacts learning and behaviour, and how to support children experiencing short and long term stress

Supporting emotional and behavioural regulation

Designing and carrying out action research projects

Supporting settings and individuals to measure and analyse the impact of new interventions and approaches 

How noise affects children and what to do to mitigate it

How the modern world has changed childhood

How to harness the positive impact of technology and manage problematic/addictive screen-time issues

Using research effectively to improve practice, including how to be critical consumers of educational research

Curriculum planning and design for EYFS settings, KS1 and KS2

Building a culture which promotes the development of personal attributes such as resilience, reflectiveness and creativity, with a focus on progress rather than performance.

How the COVID pandemic has affected children, and what we can do to mitigate those effects. 

The neuroscience of how to read and share stories effectively with children. 

This list is not exhaustive, if you need support with something else, please contact us. We may be able to help, or recommend someone else who can. You can also read some examples of our work here.

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