We know that outstanding people make outstanding organisations. Fieldwork Education is a growing and dynamic team of people who all want to contribute towards improving learning in schools.
As Director, Fieldwork Education, Gregory leads the team that supports the growing community of schools who implement the International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC), International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and/or International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC)
Gregory joined Fieldwork Education having spent over 8 years managing international education programmes, having supported over 5,000 schools worldwide and led the design and implementation of education reform projects across the Middle East and South-East Asia.
Passionate about international education, Gregory completed his Master’s degree in Education and International Development with the University College London (UCL) Institute of Education (IOE).
Sarah took up the role of Regional Manager for Fieldwork Education in 2015 based in Singapore.
She has over nine years experience working in the Asian region and prior to that working at a national level in the implementation of educational policy in the UK.
Starting her career in education as a teacher, Sarah has gained extensive experience in pedagogical theory and practice specialising in skills development. She travels widely in the region providing support, guidance and training to our member schools and developing the growth of the business.
Preet joined Fieldwork Education in 2009 and now heads up all Operations and Marketing Communications activity with responsibility for supporting our members worldwide as well as growing Fieldwork, and its curriculums.
Prior to this, she was an integral part of the IMYC team, and was responsible for introducing and developing the IMYC across the UK and Europe. Preet was also involved in the growth and development of the Looking for Learning Toolkit and has helped school leaders to improve student learning in their schools.
Preet has over 16 years’ experience of working with school leaders across the primary and secondary school sectors providing support, advice, guidance and training on curriculum resources, assessment tools and IT solutions.