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We provide tools, guidance, and support to meet the needs of our clients in a range of areas including PSHE, Religious Studies, Philosophy for Children, Student Wellbeing, Enquiry Based Learning, Off-timetable days and Countering Extremism. Take a look around and explore the various services we offer, the clients that we've partnered with, and examples of our work.

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Sim Khera, Director,  has worked in the education sector since 2000, as a classroom-based teacher, facilitator and Educational Consultant. She has experience of designing resources, delivering student workshops and training teachers in a variety of different areas ranging from Philosophy for Children to PREVENT. During her time as a Citizenship and PSHE teacher she worked for a number of inner London comprehensives, leading successful departments which focused on promoting active learning. Since leaving full-time teaching in 2010, Sim has set up KL Education Consultants where she supports senior leaders, designs and delivers education projects for charities and works with a team freelance facilitators to meet the educational needs of organisations across England. She is passionate about critical thinking and philosophy, as she sees the development of reasoning and independent thinking skills as a key to student progress and empowerment. Her training days are always highly praised by teachers, who particularly appreciate her insightful, informed facilitation. Sim still teaches part-time and is Head of Learning for Life at a secondary school in East London.

We have a range of experienced consultants working with us, who are experts in their field. We can support your organisation to develop projects and the curriculum in areas such as  English, PSHE, Art, First Aid, Outdoor Education, Religious Studies, Citizenship Education, Art, Diversity and Inclusion. 


We work with clients, providing exceptional consulting services that are catered specifically to their needs. Take a look below to learn more about the services we offer.

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Sim Khera is a SAPERE registered P4C Trainer and has supported primary and secondary schools in embedding P4C within the curriculum. A number of the schools she has worked with achieved Bronze, Silver or Gold Awards. Sim can deliver SAPERE accredited P4C training, design a bespoke course for your staff or provide ongoing coaching and mentoring.


We can support your school by providing curriculum expertise in a range of subjects. We can carry out curriculum reviews, create bespoke teaching materials, provide CPD for staff and mentor teachers. We are experienced in a range if exam boards and can connect with staff at all levels.

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Our experienced facilitators can deliver exciting and engaging workshops to students in KS2, KS3, KS4 and KS5 on a range of topics. We have standard workshops addressing areas of Relationships and Sex Education; Countering Extremism; Mental Health and Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco. We can also create bespoke workshops to address particular issues.


We design and deliver outstanding CPD for teachers, as INSET days, twilights or off timetable sessions. The areas we cover are Facilitating Challenging Discussions in the Classroom, Philosophy for Children, all aspects of PSHE, Countering Extremism, Active Learning and Critical Thinking.


Our clients include St John's C of E Primary School, The Line, Bancroft's School, St Mary's and St Pancras School, Since 9/11, Frederick Bremer School, Countering Extremism Project, Kingsford Community School, Brighter Learning Tuition Centre, Bow School, The John Roan School, Stoke Newington School and many more.

Sim has supported the school in the strategic planning of our PSHE provision and ensured that we are able to answer any questions from Ofsted about how PSHE contributes to safeguarding, the PREVENT curriculum and British Values. Her contacts across a multitude of organisations ensures that our off-timetable days are inspirational, offering the students an opportunity to engage with a diverse range of activities and learn outside the box. She is an outstanding manager and teacher who builds effective relationships with colleagues, which has helped us to embed P4C within our curriculum. Sim is also reliable and flexible, tailoring her work to fit with the needs of the school. I have no hesitation in recommending her.

John O'Shea, Deputy Headteacher, Bow School (Gold Award P4C School)

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