Andrea Gadsbey

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Andrea Gadsbey

Andrea Gadsbey

With nearly 18 years of teaching, training and subject leadership in her locker, Andrea is not only driven by helping her tutees and school students to discover a love of learning, but also wants to keep a thirst for learning alive with her fellow educators. Andrea has led whole-school CPD, ECT mentoring programmes and curriculum development; she is passionate about the impact that high-quality CPD can have on an educator's performance and on student outcomes.
Andrea Gadsbey

Andrea Gadsbey

With nearly 18 years of teaching, training and subject leadership in her locker, Andrea is not only driven by helping her tutees and school students to discover a love of learning, but also wants to keep a thirst for learning alive with her fellow educators. Andrea has led whole-school CPD, ECT mentoring programmes and curriculum development; she is passionate about the impact that high-quality CPD can have on an educator's performance and on student outcomes.

Blogs by Andrea Gadsbey

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All Tutors are Teachers of Literacy

With verve, passion and a large helping of first-hand experience, Andrea Gadesby delivers a rallying cry to tutors of all subjects: we are all teachers of literacy.

Explained in the context of actual 2017 GCSE and KS2 exam paper questions, Andrea sets out the stall for why all educators must understand how vital good literacy skills are for educational development.

Tutors: How To Do Your ‘Digital Duty’

Have you upskilled as a tutor over the lockdown? It’s easier than ever but the rate of technological advancement is making it ever more vital that we keep up. For us tutors, and for our students.

Andrea Gadsbey, as ever, has a few words of wisdom.

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CPD: Why We Should Keep Moving Forward

‘Every educator needs to improve, not because they are not good enough, but because they can be even better’ – Dylan Wiliam —————————————————————————- As a

CPD: Why We Should Keep Moving Forward

In a debut piece for the QT Blog, Andrea Gadsbey sets out the stall for training and CPD in tutoring.

With a nod towards the QT Community and QT’s suite of courses, Andrea challenges all of us to continually improve our service and skills, supported by our community.