Independent Maths Consultant
Nick is a published author at KS3 and KS4, as well as contributing to several international titles. He began his teaching career in 1982, teaching mathematics in secondary and special schools. He has worked as a local authority adviser and held a national role in developing ICT in mathematics.
Experienced teacher, author and educational leader
Amanda is a highly experienced teacher of Mathematics, teaching in a range of state and independent schools and latterly specialising in teaching A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics. Amanda has held a variety of leadership roles, including leading two very different Mathematics departments. She has been Deputy Headteacher, Director of Teaching and Learning and Head of School. Amanda has also worked as an Independent Educational Consultant when she gained further experience authoring Mathematics learning resources. Amanda has been an examiner for Edexcel for a number of years.
After graduating with a First-Class Honours degree in Engineering, Ross went onto to work as an Engineer on projects in London including the Shard and the London 2012 Olympics. He then decided to pursue a career in teaching and spent five years at one of the country's leading independent schools before becoming a Head of Mathematics. Ross tries to incorporate his background in Engineering as much as he can to make mathematics relevant to real life and to make it as engaging as possible.
Experienced teacher, author and examiner for Edexcel
Nicki has been a full-time Mathematics Educator for 32 years, teaching across both the state and private sectors. She worked as an examiner for Edexcel GCSE and IGCSE and is an experienced Head of Mathematics. Her expertise ranges from KS3 to A Level and Further Mathematics. Nicki is passionate about communicating the subject in an engaging and stimulating way. Nicki has a BSc in Education and Mathematics, and an MSc in Computer Education, from Loughborough University.
Author, teacher, tutor and researcher in Mathematics
Mathematics author Belle Cottingham has a Masters in Mathematics and Learning, and over a decade’s experience in teaching mathematics at all ages and abilities. A member of the Mathematical Association, Association of Teachers of Mathematics, National Association of Mathematics Advisers, and Japan’s Project Impuls, she has authored teaching guides and textbooks for Primary and Secondary Mathematics.
Experienced teacher, consultant and Chair of the ATM General Council
A Mathematics teacher for 30 years, Heather has been involved in writing and editing a wide range of text books, and managing publications for the Association of Teachers of Mathematics. She writes and presents courses both in the UK and internationally for several organisations including examination boards. She also writes and presents enrichment activities for students.
Experienced teacher and author
Sophie is an experienced teacher and writer.
Experienced teacher and author
Rob is an experienced teacher of both mathematics and science to A level, who has also written numerous popular publications for students and teachers. He is also a highly experienced examiner at both GCSE and A level. He has led CPD on matters relating to various aspects of teaching, and the development of leadership in education. Rob also won the Salter's Award in recognition of his achievements in teaching.
Experienced teacher, author and consultant
Elaine spent 14 years teaching mathematics at both Secondary level and in Further Education. She led a department and taught all levels of qualifications from Entry Level Certificate up to A level before becoming a Mathematics Consultant for a Local Authority in London. She has an MA in Mathematics Education and is passionate about making mathematics enjoyable and relevant for all learners. For the last eight years she has been a successful author, editor and publisher of educational textbooks and teaching resources.
Deputy Head of Mathematics, experienced teacher and author
Andy is an experienced Maths teacher and has taught for over 20 years in both the state and private sector. Currently, he is Deputy Head of Mathematics at Roedean School. He is very experienced in producing lessons and resources and has mentored many colleagues in the design and development of lessons to benefit the students they teach.
Experienced teacher and regional Mathematics consultant
Deborah is a Maths advisor and school improvement consultant, working across settings for pupils aged from 3 to 19. She is a Specialist Leader in Education for Mathematics and a Professional Development Accredited Lead for the National Centre for Excellence in Teaching Mathematics. A former Head of Mathematics and senior leader with first-hand experience of raising standards and participation levels, Deborah is passionate about making the delights, mysteries and relevance of Maths accessible for all.
Alan is an experienced mathematics teacher who has been teaching for 15 years following a 10 year career in financial services. He has taught in senior schools in both the maintained and private sector, teaching across the age range but recently mainly teaching A-level Mathematics and Further Mathematics. In addition he teaches Computer Science to A-level. Alan also has experience as an examiner in A-level Mathematics and Further Mathematics.
Dr Naomi Norman
Education consultant, researcher and author
Naomi is a trained secondary mathematics teacher and has a DPhil (PhD) in Mathematics Education from Oxford University. She has a vast amount of experience working with publishers of resources (print and digital) for students of all ages, both in the UK and globally.
From an accounting background with a large Japanese multi-national, Barry re-trained as a teacher of Key Skills/Functional Skills for a College of Further Education in the North-West. He worked within several curriculum areas, as diverse as bricklaying and hair & beauty, and engaged students with original resources relevant to their vocation and interests. A natural progression of this was to write English and Mathematics assessments for a range of awarding bodies, and successfully publish his own resources.
Experienced publisher and teacher
Karl has worked for major publishing houses and is now working independently as a freelance consultant author and publisher. Prior to this he had a long career in mathematics teaching in schools and further education colleges. During the past twenty years he has created bestselling mathematics series for secondary level students, both in the UK and worldwide, as well as delivering teacher training and contributing to the development of mathematics curricula.