Founded in 1984 by two Headteachers who had a vision to improve learning, we have become the fastest-growing independent primary curriculum in the world. We have also developed early years and middle years curriculum to improve learning throughout a child's education.
Fieldwork Education was created to offer practical, accessible and jargon-free help to schools that was firmly rooted in best practice and research.
Our founders recognised that students’ learning was the single most important factor by which teachers, schools and communities contributing to that learning should be judged by.
Improving learning soon became our mission statement and we have since grown to be known worldwide for our leading curriculums and our professional learning and leadership development programmes.
Now part of Nord Anglia Education, the world’s leading premium schools organisation, we are proud to be part of a global family of 44 international schools, providing outstanding education to over 38,400 students from preschool through to the end of secondary education.
Fieldwork Education's roots are steeped in understanding how children learn and providing support to teachers and schools to improve how this happens. We approached this problem with practical, best practice solutions that have seen us evolve into a family of world-leading curriculums and professional learning opportunities for students, teachers, schools and communities in 98 countries.
Our passion for improving learning only grows stronger as we further develop our services ensuring they remain internationally minded, relevant and engaging for our global networks. Working as part of the Nord Anglia family, who share our ethos towards learning, was a natural next step for Fieldwork and we look forward to growing our global community together; to prepare students for a world of tomorrow and for improved learning everywhere.”
We have developed partnerships with international accreditation bodies and partners to deliver the best learning for pupils in our member schools.