Focus Education is a national educational consultancy company based in the North of England. We provide carefully put together, expert advice and educational support to teams and individuals in early years settings, primary schools and academies. We offer a range of reputable CPD courses, education resources and education inset consultancies. Our range of services and resources support professional and educational development within primary schools, academies and early years settings. It is our promise to support your organisation to develop effectively, achieve above and beyond targets set, and be the best it can possibly be.
Our consultants are specialists in providing educational support, mentoring and school improvement for primary schools, academies and early years settings. Some of the many areas covered within our services and resources are: Overall school improvement, The National Curriculum, Ofsted changes, Headteacher Inspection Training, NQT support, and School Leadership.
We believe it is crucial that all children are able to grow, develop and achieve within primary school or early years setting. We make sure that we work effectively to help you make the most productive changes and improvements for pupils and staff. All our inset-consultancy is bespoke and tailored specifically for your school and its needs. Whether it is a one off training course, a publication or download, or an ongoing inset consultancy, we will go beyond what is expected to ensure that your organisation benefits from the services we provide.
Be Prepared and Proactive The leadership of early years has become a difficult entity in the past few years. Many early years leaders find themselves in the job overnight, as there is no-one else to do it. Some strive for the position, only to find they are working with unsympathetic school leadership, who have not […]
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