We are a team of experienced geography teachers, each with a close association with East London.
Neil has worked as a UGEL tutor for five years and has successfully led over 100 fieldtrips in and around east London.
Neil worked in East London secondary schools for over 20 years in a variety of roles including Geography teacher, achievement co-ordinator and Deputy Headteacher. He also spent time as an advisory teacher and a local authority senior officer in Children and Young People’s Services.
He has full QTS status, is fully DBS compliant and has full insurance. All details are available on request.
Originally from the north-east, Neil is a keen supporter of Middlesbrough FC.
Nick has worked in secondary schools in east London for over 30years. He’s held a variety of posts including geography teacher, HOD geography and assistant-head teacher.
He designed and coordinated a wide variety of fieldwork programmes in the schools where he worked to enhance students’ understanding of the geography they were studying and to encourage their personal development.
More recently he has worked with the RGS on developing resources and teacher training.
Nick has worked for UGEL for five years and is committed to providing high quality fieldwork in the exciting and ever-changing environment of east London.
Carlo has been teaching geography fieldwork in east London since 2010. He enjoys leading groups and witnessing pupils engaging with fieldwork activities and enquiry questions.
Carlo currently works as a part-time geography teacher. He previously worked for the London Borough of Hackney as the Olympic and Paralympic Schools Youth Officer where his interest in urban change and renewal was sparked. Carlo spent many years working with young people with challenging behaviour in a variety of school and other settings in east London.
Carlo has been a youth football coach for more years than he can remember and likes to garden, canoe and walk.
John began running fieldwork in east London in 2009 and has been involved with UGEL from the start. He has successfully led hundreds of school fieldtrips in east London.
Previously, he has worked in a number of east London secondary schools, as a geography teacher, head of humanities and as an advisory teacher. He is the author and editor of many KS3 and KS4 geography textbooks.
Born and bred in east London, John has raised his own children here too. However, his horizons stretch a bit further than Bow Bells and Hackney Marshes! He has cycled extensively around Britain and Europe.