Archive: Sep 2015

  1. Feedback

    We work very hard at the planning stage to ensure our training sessions are tailored to the needs of each school we work with and we really value the comments from staff at the end of the training day.  Our feedback forms ask for comments on presentation, content and how useful the session was. We had an inspiring day with a delightful group of teachers in Northamptonshire and here are some of their comments:


    Excellent. Felt at ease and enthused by the way it was delivered.

    Absolutely fantastic! Very engaging and well balanced with discussions and activities.

    Very professional, thought provoking and inclusive (it’s rare that I am fully engaged for a full day!)


    Very inspiring and exciting.

    Excellent. Practical ideas, the “reality”, and what not to do. Can’t wait to try it out!

    Accessible and good variety.

    Was the session useful?

    Very much so. I think it could change our school massively, show the children how thinking can be fun and help them express and understand themselves and each other.

    Yes. Pitched perfectly and demonstrated well. I can see this working brilliantly in our school and feel that I should always have been doing it!

    Very much so. It gave me lots of ideas and information all of which are useable in the classroom (and at home). I thoroughly enjoyed today – thank you!



  2. Extremely useful, very enjoyable…

    “Extremely useful, very enjoyable, looking forward to using this with the children!”

    “Excellent! So much was covered in the day.”

    It’s good to know our training is inspiring! These are a couple of comments from the schools we worked with on Inset days at the start of this term. With two schools at opposite sides of the country we did a lot of miles, from St Helens near Liverpool on Tuesday to North Norfolk on Wednesday. We were made very welcome in both schools and left staff eager to bring philosophical enquiry to their classes.

    We will be on the road again later this month to schools in South London and Nortamptonshire.