Education Consultancy & Lobster Learning

Hilary has over 15 years of extensive experience as a consultant in education in Gloucestershire and West Midland schools and Academies.

Specialising in whole school improvement, cross curricula creative learning, delivery of Arts Awards, SEN & EAL programs, specialist creative interventions, and funded community projects, Hilary devices and delivers custom made programs to meet a wide range learning opportunities.

Hilary’s studio is an Arts Award Centre where she has delivered Explore to Gold level Awards to a wide range of young people. She also has delivered Award Winning ‘Big Draw’ creative events for Bewdley Museum, and Bishops Wood Centre, and has devised and delivered creative educational community projects in the Wyre Forest.

Hilary was awarded with the National Autism Professional Award for inspirational Educational Provision in 2016.

” Woodhouse Primary Academy’s entry to the National Autism Professional Award was the most inspirational programme of work that we have seen”. National Autism Society

” Hilary continues to provide valuable, impactful and effective specialist service to our Academy Schools”  Pam Willetts, Executive Head Teacher, EC MAT

“Learning is exciting and enriched across the curriculum with Hilary.  Children and their parents cannot believe the creative skills the children develop and the knowledge that they eagerly consume and share.” Mike Allen, Executive Consultant, Whitehorse Academy Federation

Lobster Learning

Lobster Learning is a team of award winning specialist educationalists led by Hilary that use creativity to solve problems, develop new and exciting learning opportunities, enrich environments and enable children, parents, communities and teachers to explore new creative methods and pathways to positive relationships and enriched learning.

Lobster Learning supports and delivers creative projects that explore the curriculum in creative ways, bring new art forms into the classroom, inspire and engage children and young people and build on teachers’ creativity. 

We also support projects that give children and young people a chance to shape and lead experiences, provide leadership opportunities and that focus on challenging issues and gain cultural qualifications such as Arts Awards, and programs that work with leading Galleries and Museums.

These are the animations made during the Award Winning Project with the Rainbow Room children at Woodhouse Primary Academy’s Autism Centre