Emma Singleton

Emma Singleton

TT Consultant

Can you tell me a bit about yourself?

With over twenty years of teaching experience, my vision for education has always embodied long-term and sustainable aims. I believe that educators are responsible for equipping children with a growth mindset, providing them with the skills and confidence needed to thrive throughout their lives. It is not only the outcome of a challenge that is important but also the way in which these goals are achieved which moulds us and prepares us for the future.

What is your educational experience?

My career has spanned both Key Stages 1 and 2, covering every subject across the curriculum. I have taught in a variety of schools, met children from all walks of life and have loved every single minute.

What is your educational specialism?

My first love is Maths. I have also been fortunate enough to lead a comprehensive list of subjects, with particular focus on EAL and Languages. I am currently developing my field of expertise in Critical Thinking and Life Skills.

What do you like doing outside of work?

With four, ever-hungry children, cooking has become a creative challenge and travel away from the home has become increasingly important as they progress through their teenage years. A good murder mystery is always a treat.