Phil Beadle is Britain’s most famous teacher. Awarded London Secondary Teacher of the Year in 2004, United Kingdom Secondary Teacher of the Year the same year, he is a serving teacher, and regularly provides training in his techniques all around Britain.
He has written a column, ’On Teaching’ for the Guardian newspaper for several years; has written a best selling book for parents, ‘Could do Better’, which was serialised in the Daily Telegraph and his guidebook for teachers ‘How to Teach’ is out in May.
He is an award winning broadcaster (Royal Television Society Best on screen newcomer 2005, Royal Television Society Education Awards Most Educational Impact on Primetime Schedule 2008), having starred in Channel 4’s, ‘The Unteachables’, where he worked his magic on a group of difficult to engage kids, and presented the series ‘Can’t Read, Can’t Write’, in which he taught a group of illiterate adults to read in six months. Other television appearances include Richard and Judy (Ch4), This Morning (ITV), The Politics Show (BBC1), GMTV (ITV), 30 Minutes (Ch4), Newsnight (BBC2). For Teachers’ TV he has appeared in the ‘Phil Beadle Masterclasses’, ‘A Lesson from the Best’ and ‘White Working Class Achievement.’
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