Staff were excited and engaged from the very first session and the impact on children was immediate – particularly on attitudes to learning”  Head Teacher
This validates so much of what we instinctively know works and provokes further innovation in the classroom”  Phase Leader (KS2)
I really like[d] this approach because I agree with the flexibility of teaching that it promotes, and seems to incorporate all the best bits from other theories and approaches”  Science teacher (KS2/3)
NEUROFILES Dr Rebecca Torrance Jenkins
Bringing education, psychology and neuroscience together can help in designing better learning environments through the lifespan, and this will lead to more fulfilled and more effective learners Centre for Educational Neuroscience, 2018

Education: Testimonials

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Staff were excited and engaged from the very first session and the impact on children was immediate – particularly on attitudes to learning”  Head Teacher
This validates so much of what we instinctively know works and provokes further innovation in the classroom”  Phase Leader (KS2)
I really like[d] this approach because I agree with the flexibility of teaching that it promotes, and seems to incorporate all the best bits from other theories and approaches”  Science teacher (KS2/3)

Education: Testimonials

How teachers’ use of neuroscience knowledge can help children learn.