‘Thank you for the practical ideas suggested during the ‘Media’ course at Leeds last week’. Teacher - Cramlington Community High School, Northumberland – 25.11.98.
‘Many thanks for the course – I really enjoyed it and came away with many useful ideas and thoughts.’ Teacher – NortonCollege, Malton, N.Yorks – 19.11.98.
‘Geoff was a real ‘shot in the arm’. His enthusiasm was infectious.’ Teacher – Manchester – 4.3.08.
‘May I say how delighted I was with your input to all our staff on Monday. Many colleagues have made such positive comments and clearly felt your delivery will do much to raise standards…’ Headteacher – Bolton– 12.1.00.
‘I really, really enjoyed the Film, Video and TV INSET yesterday. It was so refreshing to hear something new that could really excite teachers and children.’ Literacy consultant – Suffolk – 23.6.02.
‘May I also take this opportunity to thank you once more. I was truly inspired and you’ll be pleased to know that I have been out to the libraries and reserved many of the picture book titles – I am currently working on Snow White in New York with my Yr 7s. They are writing their own modern fairy tale – it’s going great.’ Teacher – Leicester – 14.11.07.
‘We would like to take this opportunity to thank you personally for your contribution to the success of the Academy. Through your work …. has benefited from the expertise of many Local Authority colleagues who have made a significant contribution not only to …..’s own work, ……but also to the shaping of national policy.’ Director of national programme – 24.7.07.
‘First of all thanks for the excellent presentation last Friday in Norwich. Clear, engaging and thought-provoking. My science teacher colleague was wowed. Thanks!’ Senior manager – Norfolk – 29.4.08.
‘Just to thank you for the workshop. It was stimulating, inspiring and the students loved it. Hope to book you again next year.’ Teacher – Suffolk – 25.4.08.
‘Many thanks for the very entertaining afternoon listening to stories about wolves. All the children have enthused about how much they enjoyed listening and interacting with such wonderful texts.’ Literacy co-ordinator – Milton Keynes – 19.3.2004.
‘Firstly, thanks for a brilliant ‘Leading an English Department’ course last week – really enjoyed it.’ Head of English – London – 7.7.03.
‘Thank goodness for your superb book Grammar for Improving Reading and Writing in the Secondary School. I do not know what we would have done without it.’ Secondary literacy consultant – S Counties – 2.07.03