We receive overwhelmingly positive feedback and recommendations from both students, teachers, PGCE trainees and other educational figures. Below we have comprised just some of the testimonials we have received over the years!

Our free school speaker workshops and assembly talks

‘An excellent and professional delivery that promotes cross-curricular learning. The students were engaged throughout the session. Resources are well designed to promote personal responses.’

– Alice Player, teacher, Deptford Green School (London)

‘Fun, interesting and engaging. The best kind of session.’

– Year 10 student, The Hamble School (Southampton)

‘The session has taught me more about the nuclear issue… It was incredibly informative and has spurred me on to find out more’

– Year 13 student , St Francis Xavier 6th Form College (London)

              ‘I enjoyed it lots… It couldn’t be any better’

– Year 9 student, Rainhill High School (Merseyside)

‘Very informative and a real ‘eye-opener’ into nuclear weapons. It made the pupils think about the consequences in depth. I was very privileged to sit in on this session… activities engaged the pupils but also taught them (and me!) a great deal.’

– teacher, St Christopher’s C of E High School (Accrington) 

Our free teacher training sessions

‘This is an inspirational and informative session, practical and confidence building for teachers in training… PCGE students have successfully reused the tasks and approaches to great effect.’

– Marian Carty, PCGE Coordinator, Goldsmiths University

‘The session was awesome! Not only did it help my own knowledge, but it demonstrated truly effective ways to deliver controversial topics to students.’

– History PGCE trainee, Southampton University

‘Three trainees went to use the materials and approaches in their interviews… others have built them into schemes of work.’

– Joan Foley, PGCE Course Leader, UWE

‘Informative and engaging modelling of activities which can be adapted to my subject. Delivery team had a brilliant attitude; neutral, encouraging, and well informed’

– PCGE trainee, UEL

Our free teaching resources

Dial M For Missile
Lesson plans that really involve and engage students in the political psychology and moral decision-making of the cold war era… reaches down every corridor across a school and into every classroom… Accessible for all learners… This is a resource with a high I.Q., offering detail, challenge and real engagement, and in which students aren’t taught hat but how to think.’

– John Dabell, former teacher and OFSTED inspector (Full review here)



The Bomb Factor 
The lesson can captivate a restless class and it’s great for pupils who like to learn on their feet. There’s no time for fidgeting or boredom here’

– Times Educational Supplement 




Under Pressure
‘Without doubt, the session on pressure groups is a highly valuable one for GCSE Sociology students in particular because it directly links to the Power and Politics module. The students really enjoy working in large groups and being assigned particular roles. The session is broken up into manageable parts and there is a clear focus throughout. Moreover, the competitive element also enthuses the students because they are keen to have the greatest chance to win the favour of the ‘MP”

– Luke, teacher from Hazelwick School  



Truman on Trial
‘This excellent new resource has dealt with the subject matter… in a sensitive and thought provoking way… The resource is ambitious in that it can be used at either KS3 or KS4; it is also cross-curricular and sits well within the foundation subjects such as English. The effective use of primary and secondary resources material brings the subject matter alive and the strength of the resource is that it includes a multitude of participatory and learning methodologies such as the use of discussion, debate, role play and ranking exercises. All of which develop crucial thinking skills of: Information-processing, Reasoning, Enquiry, Creative thinking and Evaluation.’

– Balbir Sohal, education consultant and ACT member (Full review here)


Sadako’s Cranes
‘Today I taught a lesson to 16 year 7 EAL students who speak very little English all about Sadako Sasaki and Hiroshima. The lesson culminated in the entire class making paper cranes and generally loving life’

– Secondary school teacher