Jo Lee

“I landed a job in EYFS in my dream school, largely down to the comprehensive and practical training I received. They delivered inspirational, hands on, practical training which suited my learning style as a career changer and really showed me the realities of life as a teacher. When I started my first role, nothing came as a shock.”
- Jo Lee, Cabot Learning Federation

Chris Luffingham

"If you are involved in education in any way you need to check out Lighting up Learning, they will help you be better. FACT."

— Chris Luffingham, Director of Policy, Communications and Campaigns at the League Against Cruel Sports.

Elizabeth Spincer, Saltford

"Thank you so much for your detailed and practical coaching training.  It was really thought-provoking with lots of opportunities to practise, discuss and feed back about a variety of techniques, which I am sure will be very useful for many aspects of my professional life. Highly recommended to anyone starting out or interested in learning more about approaches to coaching."

- Elizabeth Spincer, Saltford School

Shelley Dixon

"The Curious-city curriculum fits perfectly into the ethos and values of our school. The levels of engagement from families and children has been incredible. The children have loved learning and it has had an impact on the whole school. It is more than just a curriculum!"

- Shelley Dixon, Headteacher Dolphin Primary School

Andy Perryer

"Nicholas Garrick, Director of @lightinguplearn, won’t remember sitting with me after an INSET during my NQT at Two Mile Hill Primary School ten years ago, but talking with him inspired me to strive to be the best teacher possible. I hope in my new role I can now inspire others…"

— Andy Perryer, Digital Education Adviser, Cognita

Alison Capstick

"Both Year 5 teachers – and indeed the whole of the school - have embraced the work with Curious City wholeheartedly. However, the enthusiasm is matched by Ali and the LupL team along with their curriculum knowledge / conviction which has been an inspiration."
- Alison Capstick, Head of Teaching & Learning from The Whitehorse Federation: