Welcome to the LFL Team.
We are all here to help you.
Martin SkeltonCo-founder and Director of Fieldwork Education
Martin Skelton is the co-founder and Managing Director of Fieldwork Education and he was part of the team that developed the Looking for Learning protocol and the Looking for Learning Toolkit. Martin continues to be closely involved in its development and is passionate about learning and helping schools to improve learning.
Preet KhukhRegional Manager
Preet has worked with Fieldwork Education for three years supporting schools with the Looking for Learning Toolkit. Prior to this Preet worked for several years supporting both primary and secondary schools with Teaching and Learning resources.
Isabel du ToitRegional Manager
Isabel is a regional manager for Fieldwork Education’s Looking for Learning Toolkit in the UK, Europe and Africa. She is an experienced teacher and trainer and was a secondary mathematics teacher and school leader for many years in South Africa. Isabel is passionate about learning and joined Fieldwork Education in March 2008.
She has supported many primary and secondary schools in implementing the Looking for Learning Toolkit successfully over the years, giving advice, and also offering formal Professional Development training at individual schools and at conferences.
Clare Marshall has been working for Fieldwork Education for over four years, and is the main point of contact for educational practitioners and leaders around the world who are interested in booking professional development for their schools. Clare is a business school graduate, with a background in recruitment and account management.
In her current role as Professional Development Resource Manager, she is responsible for managing a wide range of PD opportunities, including those for the International Primary Curriculum, International Middle Years Curriculum and the Looking for Learning Toolkit, as well as project managing the International Leadership and Management programs.
Kat TuckerRegional Manager
Katherine Tucker is a Professional Development Manager for Looking for Learning and facilitates professional learning at summer schools, conferences and international schools throughout the world. Prior to her time with Fieldwork Education, Katherine had over fifteen years experience in education within the UK, Europe, Africa and the USA; as a classroom practitioner, a senior leader and an advisor.
She has provided technical support to both government and non government agencies with a particular emphasis on improving learning through promoting teachers’ professional learning. As a lifelong learner herself Katherine is currently completing her MA at Bath University in ‘Education in and international Context.’
Sarah BrownProfessional Development
Sarah has been working with the International Primary Curriculum for a number of years now – first as a primary school teacher in the North of England, and currently as a member of the Professional Development team, supporting and training IPC schools around the world. Sarah completed a Masters in Education in 2008 at the University of Manchester where she is now a visiting lecturer on the university’s PGCE course for both Literacy and Special Educational Needs.
Pam HarperConsultant trainer for Looking for Learning
Pam has been one of the leading consultant trainers of Looking for Learning for the past eight years and has played a key role in its development throughout that time. She has worked for Fieldwork Education for many years, and has provided leadership training and consultancy at summer schools, conferences and international schools throughout the world. Pam previously worked in a number of schools and local authorities in England.
Alex JohnsonRegional Manager
Alex has been working with the International Primary Curriculum for over 2 years. Prior to this Alex, worked with EDCL for several years after training as a teacher and has a wealth of experience helping schools with the tools and advice they need to support their learning focus.
Sandra JonesRegional Manager
Sandra has a degree in Linguistics and a PGCE from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. Following her teaching career, Sandra moved into educational sales where she worked for Ginn and more recently, Espresso. She has been with IPC since September 2011.
Christine EastwoodRegional Manager
Christine has been working with the IPC for two years. She works to support schools to introduce and develop the IPC.
Katie FitchRegional Manager
Katie has been working with the IPC for over twelve years, since its early days. As a class teacher in Oman she was involved in trialing the very first units of work. She subsequently took on the role of IPC leader for Learning in Sakhalin International School, Russia.
Angli NarangRegional Team Leader
Angli has been working with the International Primary Curriculum for three years. She has ten years years of experience providing IT and curriculum solutions to schools and universities and has also taught at primary level.
Chantelle HughesRegional Team Leader
Chantelle has been working with the International Primary Curriculum for nearly three years and previously taught in primary and secondary schools in East London and Wiltshire. Chantelle has a PGCE and Masters from the University of London.
Stevie OsbourneNew Schools Support Executive
Stevie has worked with the IPC for four years. She is responsible for all enquiries from schools considering the IPC. This includes distributing information and sample materials and answering questions. Stevie also supports schools with IPC Assessment for Learning database training.
Lori JoblingSchool Support Executive
Lori handles all after-sales support for all member schools. This includes arranging contracts for new schools, organizing the dispatch of materials to schools, generating school website accounts and answering all member school enquiries. Lori has been with Fieldwork for over six years.