Welcome to the LFL Team.
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Steven MarkDirector of Learning
Steven is the Director of Fieldwork Education. His educational career includes many years as a teacher and school leader in Scotland, the Netherlands and Germany. Steven has a great range of experiences working with both national and international schools.
He has spoken at conferences and delivered professional development for educators in many parts of the world. He is currently working on a book about how we can best help children and adults to develop international mindedness which he thinks may well become the key skill for 21st century citizens.
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.
Clare MarshallHead of Membership
Clare Sutton has been working for Fieldwork Education for over five years, and in her role as Head of Membership is responsible for supporting and developing our member schools throughout the world. Clare is responsible for managing a wide range of member benefits including Professional Development for members of 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.
Isabel du ToitHead of IMYC
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.
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.
Martin SkeltonCo-founder of Fieldwork Education
Martin Skelton is the co-founder 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.
Lori JoblingMembership Support
Lori is the first point of contact when a member school gets in touch. Lori supports schools with all Members’ Lounge training and enquiries, and is always happy to help. Lori has been with Fieldwork Education for seven years.
Lisa TalbotMembership Administrator
Lisa handles all after sales support for all member schools. This includes arranging contracts and invoices for new schools joining, and also assisting with Professional Development courses and training. Lisa has been with Fieldwork Education for two years now.
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.