· 'A man who challenged everyone of us by touching raw nerves, challenging perceptions about self, knowledge, cultural stereotypes, through the use of language in the name of literacy and raising achievement and developing understanding. What more can I say?'
(Teacher, Grieg City Academy 2012).
· 'I've never had a teacher who likes me as much as you do'
(Steph, Year 11 Student, Oasis Academy Brightstowe 2012).

Phil Beadle is an English teacher, education consultant, author, teacher trainer and speaker. As a teacher he has a history of achieving transformational results with students from schools in working class areas. Every school or academy that he works with (as a very much 'hands-on' consultant) reports substantial improvements in GCSE results in English - between 15 and 30 percent from the previous year. As author of the highly acclaimed, influential and best selling 'How to Teach', which was awarded 10/10 by the TES, he is able to consult on the teaching and learning culture of a school and make incisive whole school recommendations in report form. A vastly experienced trainer, evaluations of his work are uniformly transcendent, and often include the phrase, "The best speaker I have ever heard".

Current Projects

Independent Thinking Ltd
Regular speaking and training work for Ian Gilbert's band of educational outriders: 2012 work includes talk about teacher expectation at Academy in Peterbrough, Active Learning for independent school in Stamford, Working with year 11 on exam technique for school in Gloucester, running Easter revision sessions on presentation techniques and punctuation.
Kingston University
Half day's Session on managing behaviour for ITT students
On going, hands-on consultancy raising GCSE results in English in three separate academies.

Knox Grammar School
Innovative international mentoring project with Australia's most prestigious independent school
O2 Learn
Member of panel judging entries for O2's biggest classroom in the world. Creation of criteria by which entries are judged
Consulting on how to improve reach of Samaritans outreach work in schools.
Writing series of course modules for participants on innovative project to train middle leaders in all areas of teaching and teaching theory.