FAEC  is a bespoke educational consultancy that creates educational tools in global markets for learners, teachers and schools.  Our  agency offers almost two decades of experience as senior leaders, teachers and educational innovators

We teach, train, upskill, and lead in developing innovative approaches to teaching and learning in the education sector.   From 'train the trainer' programs to supporting parents to navigate the school system. We are proud of our advocacy work providing advice and supporting training organisations and learners.

Want to improve learner outcomes?  Why not contact us to see how we can help.

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FAEC  Specialists in Transforming Learning

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Training Organisations

FAEC provides specialist support to training organisations to help you transform your outcomes.  Whether you want support with quality assurance or curriculum development FAEC has the expertise to help.

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Teaching and Learning

We offer support with teaching and learning. From managing behaviour to differentiation. Our experts are on hand to help. Want to learn more?

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The Re-Included Project

The Re-included 
The Re-Included is FAEC's flagship curriculum offer. It transforms the way that education is delivered enabling learners to feel included and engaged in the learning process. From Mastery of the basics to Emotional literacy the Re-included is transformative. Contact FAEc for more details.

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Our Education Movement

FAEC is committed to improving the life chances of BAME  children through our focus on developing the critical thinking skills of our learners whilst working to develop subject-specific skills. Our work with learners and institutions is helping to reshape the educational landscape.  We are working to reframe curriculums moving them away from the 'white lens' towards a curriculum that builds secure, empathetic reflective global citizens.


"Heartfelt thanks for stepping in to support me and the department over the past few months" 

Head of Department Sixth Form School SE London

Jo Harris