Rose Education Consultancy

Learning Partner Description

    Rose Education Consultancy provides advice and guidance to parents, schools and businesses on all aspects of education.  Based in Cambridge, but working with families from across the globe, they offer a wide range of educational services and products including:

    • schooling and education advice (UK and international schools, private and state education, as well as ‘other educated’ learning programmes)
    • post-16 and post-18 college, university, and careers guidance
    • teacher training and workshops (for schools and teacher training centres)
    • student workshops (e.g. digital learning, study skills, exam revision)
    • GCSE and A-Level coursework authentication
    • one-to-one consultation for school leaders and businesses
    • development of learning materials and educational resources

    Rose Education Consultancy has a range of expert education consultants to suit client needs.

    Managing Director, Claire Rose, specialises in international education (advising families relocating from/ to the UK) as well as supporting ‘other educated’ learners in the UK; that is traditional homeschooling families, but also adult learners, professional athletes and footballers, actors, internationally-mobile families, and others who, for one reason or another, do not attend ‘mainstream’ education (including learners with specialist physical/ social/ mental/ learning needs). Having worked as a teacher, senior leader and examiner in both British and international schools over a period of 20 years, Claire is uniquely placed to offer advice to parents on a diverse range of educational topics. Now a Senior Education Consultant, she works in partnership with assessment centres and distance learning providers as an Accreditor/ Senior Moderator for Non-Examined Assessments (NEA/ ‘coursework’). In 2020, following the cancellation of exams in the UK, Claire assisted a number of schools and assessment centres, including Tutors and Exams, to establish a process for awarding Centre Assessed Grades (CAGs) to private candidates. Claire is also an Assistant Principal Examiner (globally) for the International Baccalaureate Organisation and a founding member on the board of directors for a new international school in Nagaland, India; this year, she is also studying part-time at the University of Oxford. She is a member of the Chartered College of Teaching (CCT), The Tutors Association (TTA) and the Society of Education Consultants (SEC). In her spare time, Claire volunteers as a Trustee for the British Schools Museum, and as Events Manager for the Rotherhithe and Bermondsey Local History Society.

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