"It is the best training and support for my teaching in English I have ever had. It has helped me to see how I can make my sessions more physical and interactive which the students are already enjoying."
Lecturer (Hertford Regional College) March, 2016.
"I feel more inspired and confident with delivering maths but also realise that I’m on a learning programme along with my learners and that one size doesn’t fit all. Thanks Kayte, been really great to have a programme to follow and someone to talk to and bounce off!"
Beauty Therapy Lecturer (Hertford Regional College) March, 2016.
"Thank you for the support you have provided for the staff you worked with to improve their maths and English teaching skills. Your approach was very professional, the quality of the workshops, the 1:1 mentoring and the action planning were high quality and the staff found your enthusiasm infectious."
Professional Development Manager (Hertford Regional College) March, 2016.
"Big thanks for such a great day. You were inspiring as always."
Suzanne Langton Sanchez,
English Teacher (West Thames College) Feb, 2016.
"Excellent workshop, fun and interactive...springboard to more ideas and networking…plenty of activities to use in my sessions."
Vocational English and Maths Team
(North Lindsey College) Feb, 2016.
"Wonderful ideas to make the learning environment more interactive."
Inclusion Support (West Thames College) Feb, 2016.
"You’ve reminded us that teaching is fun!"
LDD Teacher (Hertford Regional College) Jan, 2016.
"Workshop facilitator Kayte Haselgrove [was] very good."
(Axis Education at the EM Skills Conference) Jan, 2016.
"Thoroughly enjoyed [the] embedding workshop. Lots of useful information."
(Preston College at the EM Skills Conference) Jan, 2016.
"5* training – really helpful and relevant to our everyday practice."
Hair and Beauty Team
(Epping Forest College) Dec, 2015.
"Kayte acted as my mentor during my PGCE at University Campus Barnsley and as my Subject Leader while tutor at the college. As a mentor, she was incredibly helpful and gave clear guidance based on experience. Crucially, this guidance would be backed up with resources and lesson plans that she would talk me through…She also observed me and gave me constructive, non-judgemental feedback that enabled me to become a better teacher…She would help me develop ways to improve student engagement, such as analytical activities that appealed to more vocational learners."
English Teacher (Barnsley College) Sept, 2015.
"Doing Kayte’s course on English and maths in vocational courses helped me to see the relevance of English to my L2/L3 Motorsports students. My learners now run a blog on ‘eRace Car Build’ which helps promote the course and the extracurricular activities they undertake. The blog also helps future employers see the range of work, ability and educational level the students are working at. The course also helped me to define ways that creative writing could develop problem solving skills for learners that are required by the highly competitive world of Motorsport."
Course Leader Engineering (Barnsley College) June, 2015.