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All great things start with a simple step

Cully Education was set up in 2015 and works with primary schools to develop numeracy and language across the curriculum. Our support is based on 3 core beliefs developed over time through our work in schools.

  1. Keep it Simple; Do it Well

    All great things start with a single step. We believe that the secret to success is to keep things simple and to do them well. Taking time to ensure that small changes are effective and well-embedded will lead to great things over time.

  2. Develop Rich Environments

    Numeracy and language are integral to our lives and should be integral to school life too. Creating rich environments gives our learners every opportunity to flourish, creating context for skills.

  3. Make it Real

    Creating meaningful experiences for our learners alongside community and business links gives real contexts in which to develop and apply skills, increases engagement and raises the bar.

Strategy Toolkit for Teachers

Llygaid Mathemateg opens your eyes to the maths in the world around you.

Llygaid Mathemateg opens your eyes to the maths in the world around you.

An effective 5-minute strategy to develop mathematical thinking throughout the primary school.

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We believe that every teacher can be an innovative & effective practitioner. Our resources and training provide teachers with the tools to change practice within their own classrooms enabling all learners to achieve success. Our resources are used in schools around the world and are a unique feature of our bespoke, high-quality support and training delivered to schools throughout Wales.

We firmly believe that the best inspiration comes from collaboration with other educators, guided by evidence-based research. We provide quality resources so that teachers can focus on developing their own practice and we facilitate collaboration between practitioners to share and inspire.

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