INSPIRE..2..TEACH

  ‘The most impressive and effective element of ‘Inspire..2..Teach’ is that it comes from and is rooted in the best classroom practice which already exists within the school itself. That, together with expert external guidance, gives it validity and immediate impact both in raising standards in the classroom and in teachers’ professional development and self-esteem.’ - Dover Christ Church Academy, Kent

  ‘The Inspire..2..Teach programme is transforming the way we improve learning and teaching at our Academy. Our ‘Leaders of Learning’ are leading the way in observing lessons, reflecting on learning, sharing best practice and improving learning outcomes for all our students. The coaching style focusses on improving teaching skills, lesson planning and self-evaluation in a non-judgemental way – a partnership built on mutual trust.’ - Broadlands Academy, Keynsham

Inspire..2..Teach is a programme that has evolved from the intensive school improvement support Incyte has provided for schools in the UK and overseas over the last few years. Consistent requests from schools to return term after term to support and work with teachers, middle leaders and senior leaders to improve the quality of teaching led to a model of support that built effectively on the best practice in the school and, at the same time, enhanced the in-school support provided for teachers from middle and senior leaders. It has been consistently recognised that the quality of teaching and learning can only be improved over time if all ‘buy in’ to the concept of ‘grass roots’ improvement. In other words, if teachers see the need to improve and middle and senior leaders provide them with the opportunities to improve then sustainable improvement begins to take place. Within this professional development atmosphere teachers are able to take ownership of their own improvement whilst at the same time receiving mentored and coaching support from middle and senior staff in school. The final piece in the jigsaw is recognised by the schools to be crucial is the external support for the middle and senior leaders from teaching and learning experts who have a clear understanding of what outstanding teaching looks like and who are able to guide the school towards achieving this for all teachers over time.

For more information click on the link to download the   Inspire..2..Teach brochure

 

 

1. Malcolm Greenhalgh - Managing Director

Malcolm JoomlaMalcolm is responsible for Incyte International's business development strategy and growth which has helped the company to expand rapidly in recent years in ICT and face to face solutions in the UK and overseas. He is also responsible for quality assurance systems to ensure the company continues to provide high quality services to its many clients. These include LA schools and academies in all phases, education authorities and national and local associations. The company is also forging links into quality assurance and self-evaluation in the health sector and has been appointed as Auditors for the Association of Registered Colonic Hydrotherapists. He is also Managing Director of MGA Education Ltd the accounting and IT research and development arm of Incyte and Managing Director of Incyte Kft, a Hungarian company working in the vocational sector forging closer links between school and the workplace.
He was the initiator and Chairman of Bench Marque Ltd which was formed in 1992. He was responsible for developing the company's business into one of the largest education companies in the UK before being taken over by Tribal Education in 2004. Bench Marque's client level included the DfES, QCA, the Greek Ministry and the British Council. Its operation of Ofsted inspections in the school and nursery phases made it one of the country's biggest inspection operators.

 

2. Caroline McKee - Director

Caroline JoomlaCaroline is responsible for school evaluations and support. She created the Incyte Review programme and builds the teams to meet the specific needs of the schools and academies that Incyte works with. She has also taken a major role in developing the company's IT self-evaluation support systems which are working very effectively in many schools in the UK and overseas. These databases are at the cutting edge of new technology and provide easy to manage data analysis processes which help to enable schools to have high quality self-evaluation systems.
She has significant experience as an Ofsted lead inspector building on her experience of teaching and leading in a wide range of schools in the private and public sectors. She delivers high quality training, consultancy and review and her recent activities include: supporting the development of academies, middle leadership training, teaching pupils in challenging circumstances in inner city secondary schools, providing advice and support on school improvement, training teachers, writing core tasks for QCA, developing assessment programs to track pupils' academic progress and approaches to learning, and inspecting under the new inspection framework. She has trained inspectors in self-evaluation skills and LAs on the inspection framework.
She is also a Director of MGA Education Ltd and Incyte Kft.

 

3. Rob Wilby - Technical Director

Robert Wilby JoomlaRob has significant experience as an ICT expert within education. Before joining the team at Incyte, he worked for ten years with Wessex Associates and Bench Marque Ltd. Those years were spent replacing paper based school inspection systems with offline and online databases that improved the speed and efficiency for inspectors and the teams that supported them. Much of the work for Wessex Associates involved assessing school systems directly, offering advice and technical support and in many cases replacing a schools network completely. He has been responsible for the development of the data programs that are used to generate the web-based school self-evaluation programs.

Contact via Skype: Rob Wilby

4. Gelena Wilby - Research and Development

Gelena JoomlaGelena has a Master’s Degree in Science, graduated in chemical engineering.
Worked over 10 years in private education as a tutor in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry for secondary school students in the Republic of Panama.
Before moving to the United Kingdom in 2011, Gelena worked for 5 years as a Managing Director of a Real Estate Company.
She is proficient in Spanish, Russian and Ukrainian languages.
Since 2012, Gelena is part of the Incyte team working in research, web development and social media management.

 

5. Jan Lomas - Director for the North Eastern counties

Jan JoomlaJan carries out consultancy, school/academy reviews and CPD for Incyte and is currently school improvement partner for a new and rapidly developing multi-academy trust in Humberside.
Jan has substantial previous experience of providing high quality consultancy, developmental review, inspection and support for schools in this country and internationally. With a background in primary headship, she has been part of teams implementing major national contracts for the DfE and the GTC in the UK and for state and city departments of education in USA. Whilst a primary specialist, Jan also has a background of successful support for secondary schools in this country and overseas.
Jan has provided many years of well received support and training for schools at all stages of their development particularly in relation to improving teaching and learning and the journey to enabling outstanding learning, effective leadership and management, performance management, developmental lesson observation and developing teachers and teaching assistants as proactive, reflective practitioners.

6. Anna Holzmann - Director of Operations for Eastern Europe

Anna JoomlaAnna studied at the Budapest Business School and at the Szent István University and became an economist specialising in Marketing in 2008. She has international experience and has worked in the UK for several months before starting her career in Hungary. She has diverse experience from working at SMEs to big multinationals. She has been working for Incyte since 2007 and has grown Incyte's Eastern European business. Her main responsibilities are ensuring projects in Eastern Europe operate to a high quality, marketing, customer care, event organisation and supporting UK-based projects. She has been the main driver in developing Incyte's vocational education projects in Hungary.

Contact via Skype: Anna Holzmann