Andrew has been an education consultant for over ten years, having previously worked
at both primary and secondary levels. He has spoken at the international Learning
Without Frontiers conference, on Games Based Learning and for NATE, on the use of
graphic novels in Literacy; as well as two Fast Forward conferences on how successful
ICT engagement improves standards.
In 2010 and 2011 he was nominated for a Learning Without Frontiers Innovation Award
for his work on Games Based Learning and Media in Education projects in Lincolnshire.
His work in developing a creative approach to teaching has been recognised as raising
standards in schools within the county and overseas. This has also led to him being
chosen by LEGO to be one of the UK representatives at the first LEGO Global LEAP
conference in 2013.
Andrew has been involved in writing the new ICT primary curriculum for the Kingdom
of Saudi Arabia, as well as lecturing there on AfL, as well as ICT. He’s also has
led working parties to South Africa, for the SSAT, and Spain, for the British Council,
looking at the creativity in teaching. He lectures on ICT for Initial Teacher Training,
GTP and PGCE courses at Bishop Grosseteste University and is a visiting tutor for
a Primary Graduate Teacher programme.
Andrew is recognised as an expert in the use of iPads and Apple technology in the
classroom, achieving Apple Distinguished Educator status through his work all over
the UK to support schools in making the most out of their technology to support teaching
He is a highly enthusiastic and professional educational consultant, who works hard
to enable all pupils to engage in successful learning. He is quick to grasp new ideas
and concepts and to develop innovative and creative solutions to problems.