Anne Schofield has been involved with Skills for Life teaching since 1991. She has taught literacy and numeracy in many contexts: family literacy and numeracy; adults with learning difficulties; probation; adult and community learning; teaching assistants and embedded literacy and numeracy.
Anne has delivered Step into Learning and Family Language, Literacy and Numeracy (FLLN) on a national level for the Basic Skills Agency.
For 11 years, she was a Programme Area Manager at Leicester College. This role was a combination of management duties and a substantial teaching commitment. Anne loves teaching so this was a very satisfying job. For the majority of her time as a 'PAM', she was managing the family learning provision. During this time, she was fortunate enough to be involved in the development of the Keeping up with the Children programmes - you may have seen the videos!
Her last year at Leicester College was spent managing and teaching on the Level 5 Literacy Diploma.
Anne currently teaches on the Diploma in Teaching: English and the Diploma in Education and Training. She is also e-mentor to trainees who do not have a subject specialist in their organisation.