praise for carmel

...in short Carmel is an inspirational trainer...

Carmel Bones has worked for Osiris educational in a number of capacities. She has led a large number of teaching interventions which have made massive impact on the quality of teaching at both an individual and whole school level. This has been recognised in Ofsted reports and has helped schools to move up Ofsted levels.

Carmel has helped to reinvigorate the teachers who she has worked with. The students who attend those schools are now taught by teachers who use pedagogy much more effectively.

Carmel is a great classroom teacher herself which has helped her to become an effective trainer of teachers. She has a great intellect, effervescent personality and great determination. In short, she is an inspirational trainer.
— Andy Griffith, Director of MALIT Limited, Creator of the Osiris Teaching Intervention and co-author of "Engaging Learners and Teaching Backwards"
Carmel brings that rare combination of a keen understanding of pedagogy, interpersonal skills and enthusiasm to her training.
— Mark Burns, Director of MALIT Limited and co-author of "Engaging Learners and Teaching Backwards"

...probably the best course I've attended in 27 years...

Incredibly worthwhile and so glad that I attended. Probably the best course I’ve attended for History after 27 years teaching.
— Delegate on Successful Strategies for teaching AQA Elizabethan England course

...a fantastic presenter and well worth having in your school...

The work Carmel did with my Humanities and MFL teams was exceptional. They regularly still talk about the session. Since her session the staff have felt more empowered in the class, have led inter school CPD and students have commented on the different styles they have in their lessons.

When ACHS was inspected Humanities and MFL lessons were identified as showing good practice and engagement.

As for Carmel she is a fantastic presenter and well worth having in your school. In this time of needing to spend time and money carefully there can be no doubt that any time or money spent getting Carmel working with your staff is well worth it.
— John Barnes, Executive Headteacher, Seaton Delaval Federation

...an outstanding classroom practitioner...

As an outstanding classroom practitioner and trainer/consultant, Carmel has a richly-deserved reputation for her exceptional work with teachers and in schools. She’s education’s version of Elizabeth I - small in stature but immense in her impact.
— Barry J Hymer, Professor of Psychology in Education, University of Cumbria
Carmel has worked with both our primary and secondary schools’, leading cohorts of staff through Osiris’s Outstanding Teacher Intervention programme. Carmel talks passionately about outstanding teaching & learning and is a real inspiration to the staff she meets – the feedback from these sessions have been fantastic. Carmel was also involved with the Trust’s very first conference for our Local Advisory and Trust Boards. Carmel gave an insight into the work she has undertaken across the Trust to help us improve our education provision. Carmel is an outstanding practitioner and the impact she has made with our school improvement is highly commendable.
— Lorrayne Hughes, CEO & Executive Headteacher – William Howard Trust

...supporting the delivery of subjects in an increasingly demanding world...

Carmel is an outstanding educational professional who not only understands the challenges of teaching in the 21st century but makes it relevant for teachers in the classroom. She understands that great outcomes for students are based in great teaching and learning that supports the delivery of subjects in an increasingly demanding world.
— Ian Young, Principal, Rainford High Technology College
 

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