My name is Sue Lyle and I have been an educator for over 40 years as a teacher, advisory teacher, curriculum developer, teacher educator, CPD leader and now consultant.
My life in education and my research tells me that the key to happy, successful schools is good relationships. Good relationships are built on dialogue, talking and listening, sharing thinking and telling stories.
School ethos is key. I prioritise care and collaboration between everyone in the school to create the necessary foundation for critical and creative thinking – the foundations of good learning. Caring and collaborative relationships to harness children’s critical and creative thinking comes from Philosophy for Children (P4C) training. High quality literacy for all in the primary school comes from The Storytelling Curriculum which I have developed with schools.
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