Supporting a brighter future
Providing educators with the tools for innovative practice.
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.
Cully Education was set up in 2015. 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.
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.
Who we are
Rachel Cully is the founder of Cully Education and has worked in education for over 20 years. She has extensive experience teaching children from Nursery to Year Six.
Rachel has developed resources for schools across Wales and supported both primary and secondary schools in her role as Resource Manager and NSP Partner for the Welsh Government National Support Programme. She has also worked as a regional MfL Lead Teacher, Literacy Co-ordinator and Numeracy Co-ordinator.
Rachel is currently an ambassador for The Global Maths Project
Delyth delivers training for Cully Education and also works on the Welsh medium resources. She is an arts graduate and is fully bilingual with wide experience in Welsh and English medium education. She has worked in the primary sector as a class teacher, a deputy head and head teacher before directing a language programme for the Welsh Government and lecturing in ITT at the School of Education, Bangor University. Currently she is a freelance education adviser with special interest in literacy. She has worked on numerous projects, such as a partner for the National Support Programme; a Foundation Phase Literacy Specialist for Welsh Government and as a mentor for teachers in their induction year and those following the MEP programme for Cardiff University.
Mae gan Delyth radd yn y celfyddydau. Mae’n rhugl yn y Gymraeg a’r Saesneg ac wedi gweithio trwy gyfrwng y ddwy iaith mewn ysgolion cynradd fel athrawes ddosbarth, dirprwy bennaeth a phennaeth. Bu’n gyfarwyddwr rhaglen ieithyddol i Lywodraeth Cymru ac yn darlithio i ddarpar athrawon yn yr Ysgol Addysg ym Mhrifysgol Bangor. Ar hyn o bryd, mae’n gweithio fel ymgynghorydd addysgol llawrydd ac wedi cyfrannu’n helaeth i nifer o brosiectau’n ddiweddar megis, partner i’r Rhaglen Gymorth Genedlaethol, Arbenigwr Llythrennedd yn y Cyfnod Sylfaen i Lywodraeth Cymru ac fel mentor i athrawon sy’n ymsefydlu ac yn dilyn y radd Feistr (MYA) i brifysgol Caerdydd.