Learning To Learn Matters!

About Us

How It All Started
 

In the Begining

The More Curricular journey began when co-founder, Yvette, a former teacher, quality specialist and education lecturer with over 25 years industry experience, volunteered some study skills advice to her son who was revising for exams. She recommended techniques that had worked for her.  Namely, re-reading notes, making notes and highlighting important points.
 

To cut a long story short, these techniques did not help her son, leaving them both confused and disappointed with their efforts.  However, Yvette recalled the most shocking revelation was her lack of knowledge and self-awareness, “I was supposed to be the expert. How could I get it so wrong? I had been teaching since the 90s. Taught teacher training courses and set up quality systems to improve teaching standards.”

Our Journey Takes Pace

Yvette decided to do some further research into learning techniques, managing to cajole her friend and colleague, Andrew along the way. Education had certainly moved onto since her teacher training days, multi-disciplinary approaches involving neuroscience, psychology and health sciences had opened up the world of teaching. After more research and training, More Curricular was born. Co-founded by Yvette and Andrew, determined to get research-led learning techniques back into the classroom and into children’s homes.
 

The Learning to Learn Movement

Although our journey may sound clique, it really did bring back our commitment to the vocation of teaching. We are determined to bridge the disconnect between educational research and educational practice, distilling this information directly to children in accessible formats like workshops and apps.

 

Please check out our photo gallery.  We have been so fortunate to have had the opportunity to meet so many wonderful people and organisations, to help us continue the “learning to learn” journey.

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More Curricular meets the Schools Minister at the House of Lords

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