has been successfully teaching children and adults for over 30 years.
e has been working as a leadership and culture/behaviour change specialist since 2003, helping people and organisations understand how and why they think the way they do and giving them skills and techniques to think,behave and achieve differently.
also has an international reputation for developing world class curricula and learning experiences.
believes that schools should be places where children's imaginations are excited, their horizons extended and where they develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes to prepare them to become successful, active citizens in a global society.
works extensively with teachers, head teachers and government officials to develop world class, 21st Century curriculums with learners at their heart.
On the matter of National Curriculum 2014, Peter
is positive and encouraging and reassuring.
is currently working with schools to take advantage of the flexibility within the new curriculum to implement it in a way that facilitates exciting, engaging learning experiences.
is passionate about helping schools to interpret the national curriculum and to shape it to fit their learning aims.
Peter is a Director and co-founder of the Curriculum Foundation, and an Associate of The Virtual Staff College for Directors and Assistant Directors of Children's Services.
He was a seconded consultant setting up the Excellence in Cities programme across Leeds and has served on a number of committees and groups within the then Department for Education, HM Treasury and The Office of the
Deputy Prime Minister, The Prime Minister's Office, DEMOS
As the Headteacher of an inner city community school he
developed a national reputation for excellence around the inclusion of children with Emotional and Behavioural difficulties, engagement of parents and carers, community provision and development.
can help to: