Brief biographies of our facilitators are featured below. We are currently looking for outstanding facilitators to join our team. Contact us for more information.


Fiona Botterill

Fiona Botterill is a Teacher Leader for Reading Recovery. Her specialism is in designing bespoke school improvement packages for all aspects of literacy. Fiona can train new Reading Recovery teachers and provide continuing professional programmes for existing Reading Recovery teachers so that they can maintain their licence for Reading Recovery.

Stefanie Habershon

Stefanie is Head of Early Years and KS1 at Chorlton Park Primary School.

Meryl Blackburn

Meryl is Head of KS2 at Chorlton Park Primary School.

Helen Chell

Helen Chell is a very experienced assistant headteacher at Chorlton Park Primary School and has worked with the senior leadership team to develop this innovative middle leadership course.

Josh Quilliam

Josh is a Computing Lead with an expertise in Computer Programming and experience of teaching from Early Years through to AS level across a number of schools. 

Ben Tudor

Ben is currently assistant headteacher at Manley Park Primary School.  His passion is Maths and he is the Maths subject leader, standards leader and a Year 6 teacher.

Beth Hulse

Beth is currently assistant headteacher at Brookburn Primary Teaching School.  She is an SLE and actively supports other schools particularly with writing.  She is passionate about English as her subject.

Mylene McGuire

Mylene McGuire is the Headteacher at St Mary's RC School, Levenshulme, previously she was an adviser for Manchester Local Authority and worked in school improvement both locally and nationally.

Tracey Collins

Tracey Collins is an Assistant Headteacher at St Mary's RC School Levenshulme.  She leads on SENd, Curriculum and Growth Mindset.

Marie Parker

Marie Parker is the maths lead, an SLE at Chorlton Park Primary School and an NCETM accredited maths lead.  She has been teaching at Chorlton Park for over 20 years, as class teacher and maths lead. In September 2014 she visited Shanghai as part of the national Shanghai maths hub project looking at teaching for mastery and since then has spent time developing the approach.

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