Everything we do is aligned
with our three core objectives
Creating an environment and culture for the adoption of new behaviours requires strategic coordination of inputs, resources and stakeholders – it is not simply the result of a single, student intervention. We work with students, staff and parents to help integrate new methodologies not only in the classroom, but also at home. Regular review and practice of new skills and strategies is vital for developing mastery and that’s why we have created a suite of online video resources and materials. Now students can learn our thinking skills whether at home or at school. We have spent 10 years researching and developing our methods for delivering and sustaining impact. Our feedback and evaluation statistics speak for itself.
Meet the team
Discover more about our dedicated team and how we can help you to achieve outstanding results
MADE chosen by Aimhigher Suffolk to work with all their partner schools, leaving a positive and lasting legacy in their final year.
Shortlisted for Chamber of Commerce New Business award.
Bucks New University selects MADE as training provider for all new student ambassadors.
‘Staff overview’ sessions created to enable schools to adopt and integrate our teaching and learning strategies.
Moved to new office: 2 Stephen Street, Fitzrovia
Working with 8 consortia within NCOP (National Collaborative Outreach Programme). Helping students to make informed decisions about their future.
Working with students at Bingham Academy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
First time working in hospital schools.
Launched new workshop entitled ‘Thinking BIG’; exploring the theory of growth mindset.
Delivered CPD training to NCOP personnel at conferences and bespoke events.
Suite of bite-sized Power Hour workshops now expanded to eight, including: Inner Winner, Independent Learning and Advanced Note Taking.
150,000 students reached
NCOP partnerships rises to 11.
Commissioned to co-develop a new careers focussed workshop by Next Steps South West (consortium of 14 Universities and colleges in the Cornwall, Devon and Somerset) ‘Fast Track to Success’ is born.
200,000 student milestone reached
Moved to new office: Flint Barn, High Wycombe.
Peter retires as financial administrator after 9 loyal years of service.
Roz recruited as new Account Manager.
We hit the magical milestone of 250,000 student, teacher and parent participants in our workshops.
Covid-19 sadly brings a pause to Live Workshop delivery.
The Remote Learning Video Portal is born, providing study skills and goal setting courses to students at home.
New Website launched!
Two new trainers added to the delivery team; Jenny and Roy.