Carole Kind and Linda Guest are the Lead Consultants who have devised the unique pedagogy behind Eduscope Consultancy. They both have extensive teaching experience and have worked as Local Authority advisors, each working with over 100 schools during their careers to date. Carole and Linda have delivered regional and national training on a range of educational issues.
Read more about the reasons why we decided to set up Eduscope in this blog entry.
All Associate Consultants recruited by Eduscope are carefully selected because they have the right balance of qualifications and experience to be able to deliver the specific training programme that they have been selected for.
If you are interested in becoming an Associate Consultant and have experience in areas related to our core principles, please send a speculative CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are working with a range of partners to ensure that we are offering the best possible service to clients. If we are unable to help you with a particular issue it is likely that we will be able to signpost you to someone who can. Please follow the links below to go to partner websites.
ASDAN is a charitable social enterprise with awarding body status, providing courses to more than 6000 UK and international schools, colleges, youth centres and training providers. ASDAN’s programmes and qualifications offer flexible ways to accredit skills for learning, skills for employment and skills for life.
Eduscope wrote the Lift Off scheme on behalf of ASDAN and we are working together to actively promote this.
There are three key principles that guide the services offered by Bright Green Learning. These are:
- putting learners at the centre to ensure every one of them achieves their potential
- supporting and motivating staff through professional development to enable them to deliver the best learning experiences
- nurturing innovation, creativity and developing excellent leaders to support your institution to be the best
At Bright Green Learning it is recognised that every institution is unique and will require a different approach. They deliver consultancy support and advice to leaders and managers, whole school/institution training events and programmes, faculty or department initiatives and coaching support for small groups and individuals.
Eduscope is working with Bright Green Learning through the ConcertEd Partnership.
Different Class specialises in IT and data solutions for the education market. They offer a number of innovative products that can help schools, authorities and other educational institutions. Their products can revolutionise and simplify every day working practices and also help to manage or overcome some major challenges.
Eduscope is working with Different Class through the ConcertEd Partnership.
EdBC offers specialist advice covering the full spectrum of school resource management.
Eduscope is working with Education Business Consultancy through the ConcertEd Partnership.
The Emaginative Learning Partnership and its associates support schools and colleges in the development of inclusive and technology-facilitated approaches to learning and teaching which improve attainment and which value, engage and enthuse young people.
Eduscope is working with Emaginative Learning though the ConcertEd Partnership.
HTI has experience in improving the life chances of young people through connecting their state or independent school, college, academy, federation or FE Institute with business and government to share best practice, promote knowledge transfer and drive personal development. This, combined with developing and delivering school leadership development programmes, stretches thinking, skills and capacity to achieve greater things.
HTI is actively promoting the Eclipse Leadership Scheme, created by Eduscope.
Iqity is an online strategic planning tool for school leaders.
Eduscope is working with iQity through the ConcertEd Partnership.
Several of the schools we have worked with have asked us if we offer a quality mark in parent support/parental engagement. We actively promote the Leading Parent Partnership Award - a national award that provides a coherent framework through which schools, early years settings and other educational organisations can deliver effective parental engagement from early years to post-16. Please click on the link above to find out more.
Carole and Linda are both local advisors for the Leading Parent Partnership Award
Ian Boneham has been a successful secondary headteacher, Assistant Director and independent consultant working with The Pacific Institute and the NCSL.
He is particularly interested in coaching, teams, culture and feedback and linking these to learning. Recently much of his work has revolved around leadership to accelerate school improvement through the National Challenge.
Eduscope is working with Leading Learning through the ConcertEd Partnership.
QiSS is a national organisation which is part of the Faculty of Education at Canterbury Christ Church University. Over the last decade QiSS has worked in partnership with the DfE and local authorities. QiSS has a national reputation for excellence in both the application of knowledge and creating practical solutions for education providers in the areas of Study Support, Extended Services, professional development and learning activities outside normal lesson time. Eduscope is a professional partner of QiSS and we are able to support the schools through the recognition process. Please click on the link above for more details.
Carole and Linda are both National Critical Friends for QiSS and Eduscope is a professional partner of Canterbury Christ Church University.
Tony Penny and Carolyn Lloyd from Schools Personnel can offer up to date HR advice focussed on your individual school/academy.
Eduscope works with Schools Personnel through the ConcertEd Partnership.