AHEAD LEARNING draws together strands of knowledge from pedagogy, psychology, nutrition and life style to provide a holistic approach to learning and education. It puts learners’ needs, enjoyment and excellence at the heart of the learning process.

The Quest for Focus

Learning cannot happen without focus; one of life's pleasures is to become absorbed in a task and yet so many children find that concentrating does not come naturally.

The Quest for Focus

Integrating Writing into Your Home Education

This session will share techniques and some useful resources alongside providing home-educators with some time to reflect on how to incorporate writing into their own home-ed approach.

Integrating Writing into Your Home Education

Teach Your Child to Read

A workshop for home-educating parents about how children learn to read.

Teach Your Child to Read

Curriculum Design for Educators of Children with Over-Excitabilities, Asynchronous Development and Who are Twice-Exceptional

A one day workshop for home educators of children with over-excitabilities, asynchronous development and who are twice-exceptional, whether you prefer a structured approach or a more autonomous educational style, or indeed somewhere in between.

Curriculum Design for Educators of Children with Over-Excitabilities, Asynchronous Development and Who are Twice-Exceptional

Help Your Child to Master Maths

Is your child fearful of maths? Are they struggling to grasp basic number concepts? Would you like to learn how to best support a healthy attitude to maths?

Help Your Child to Master Maths

Supporting and Challenging Advanced Learners

Advanced learners and their teachers face particular challenges, including how to provide effectively whilst avoiding pushing or using resources that are not age-appropriate. This workshop gives an opportunity to explore excellent resources whilst also examining the emotional and educational impact of being an advanced learner.

Supporting and Challenging Advanced Learners

The Evolution of a Writer.

Evidence-Based Exam Preparation

by Susannah White
As an educator, I am not keen on revision. If a subject has been properly taught, understood and engaged with, revision should be minimal. I do believe, however, in the importance of good quality exam preparation. What does the science of learning tell us about how to approach this?

Preparing through Play - the Key Stage 1 SATs

by Susannah
Whether we agree with them or not, the Key Stage 1 SATs are nearly here. How can you help your little one to prepare through play?

Key Stage 2 SATs Preparation

by Susannah White
Individualised lessons to help children approach the KS2 SATS with confidence.

Reading - the Gateway to Autonomous Learning

by Susannah White
Supporting your child as they learn to read must be one of the most exciting and fulfilling journeys a parent can ever take. It's a skill your child will cherish forever and use every day of their lives.