Nulli hac sapo - Paul Nicholas and Soul-Chaplain
For no light matter is at stake; the question concerns the very manner in which human life is to be lived.
"Neuroscience over the next 50 years is going to introduce things that are mind-blowing"
David Eagleman
Neuroscience for Schools   

Co-creating meaning since 2001


Neuroscience for Schools: A new and radically different program of improvement 

What is this? A program covering the theoretical basis and practical use of neuroscience for improving a school.
Who is it for? Any school planning to transform
pedagogy, organizational development and staff and pupil performance. 

What form does it take? A combination of assessments, coaching, workshops and interactive seminars. The focus is always on practical ways to improve. 

What is covered? Duration and content are arranged to meet school needs, but typically will be delivered over 4 or 5 days and include: 
  • Assessment of your school’s current neuroscience status and needs
  • Neuroscience of Teaching and Learning
  • Neuroscience of Leadership
  • Neuroscience in Organization Development

Different groups of staff can attend different parts of the program. Options include:

  • The Neuroscience of Learning
  • Relationship Based Pedagogy and Classrooms
  • Alternative Learners, not Disadvantaged Learners
  • Creativity in Childhood
  • Flow in Teaching and Learning
  • The New Science of Neuroleadership
  • Coaching and Facilitation Skills for Leaders
  • Resilient Leadership and Stress Management
  • Neuroscience of Interviewing and Selection
  • Leading Professional Development
  • Leading Teaching and Learning
  • Neuroscience for Effective Communications and Meetings
  • From Performance Management to Talent Management
  • Creative Thinking For Innovation and Problem Solving
  • Building and Sustaining an Improvement Program

What does it cost? A four day program costs £1600 plus expenses. A five day program costs £2000 plus expenses. Longer or shorter programs are available by arrangement.

What should I do next? Contact us at:

You may not be interested in neuroscience, but neuroscience is interested in you.


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