The Fieldwork Education team includes a group of very experienced professionals. Every colleague in Fieldwork Education has broad experience working with schools around the world.
Most have many years of experience teaching and leading schools. Many are asked to present and lead conferences and courses and to contribute to policy-making and other initiatives, both locally and globally.
The Fieldwork Education Team includes:
Richard DaviesDivisional Director, Fieldwork Education
Richard became Director of Fieldwork Education in July 2015.
Richard has had a number of roles in Education including working with Nord Anglia Education for over 5 years. He has lived and worked in the Middle East and SE Asia.
Preet KhukhHead of Business Development
Preet has worked with Fieldwork Education for many years supporting schools. Prior to this Preet worked for several years supporting both primary and secondary schools with Teaching and Learning resources.
Preet continues to support schools with Looking for Learning and now also supports schools both in the UK and internationally on the International Middle Years Curriculum and the International Primary Curriculum. Preet heads up all the marketing and business development for Fieldwork.
Isabel Du ToitHead of International Middle Years Curriculum
Isabel leads the IMYC in an active and collaborative way supported by an experienced team. Before she joined Fieldwork Education in 2008, she was a secondary Mathematics and Science teacher and school leader for many years. She helped lead the development of the Looking for Learning Toolkit before becoming involved with the IMYC. As part of the IMYC team from the very beginning, Isabel has worked with many schools, giving advice, training teachers and speaking at conferences, internal and external, worldwide.
Isabel is particularly interested in how the latest research on ‘learning and the brain’ can be utilised to improve student learning in every classroom. She believes the IMYC supports students to become the best they can be by putting their needs first, but equally as important, not losing sight of the academic rigour students need to be competitive in a globalised world.