Alison is a mathematics adviser, lecturer, researcher, qualified teacher, author and learner. Her career has spanned primary, secondary, HEI and advisory roles. She is chair of the primary ATM and MA group, a member of the primary
contact group for ACME, and a member of the Early Childhood Mathematics Group. She is also a STEM ambassador and a governor.
Alison has written several books and articles, including her most recent publication: Reasons to Reason across Primary Maths and Science (2018). She also writes for UK and international journals, and has presented
papers around the world.
Alison is passionate about making mathematics accessible, stimulating and enjoyable for all.
Primary Subject Leader Mathematics Consortium; EYFS Mathematics Consortium; Subject Leader Bespoke Support; Whole School Mathematics Review; Coaching.
EYFS and Y1 Pattern Action Research Project; Maths Hub Work Groups.
45 minture CPD Sessions; Tailored INSET, staff meetings or twilights.
PD courses on Teaching Fractions, Multuplication Tables, Greater Depthm, Counting to Calculating, using the Bar Model, Thinking and Reasoning, Solving Problems or Problem Solving... and more!
Doctor of Philosophy
Master of Arts in Education and Professional Development
Advanced Certificate of Educational Studies in Leadership of AfL and APP
Certificate of Consultants for Improvement Accreditation in Primary Stronger Management Systems including ISP
Section 5 inspector
Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Education and heology and Religious Studies, with Qualified Teacher Status
Strategic Mathematics Adviser
Trainer, leader, manager, consultant, adviser
BBC, ECIS, TSST, Ofqual, BEAM
Trainer, Keynote speaker, facilitator, writer, mentor
Development, Planning and delivering of teacher professional development courses
Trainer, facilitator, team leader, confernce organiser, strategist, HTPM consultant