Iain Broome

Iain is a Creative Consultant at Cornerstones and currently produces The Curriculum, our new podcast. He's previously worked on a range of other Cornerstones products, including the Cornerstones Curriculum, Love to Investigate and Cornerstones Yoimoji.

Cornerstones Secures First International Customer

Ayious Nikolaos Primary School in Cyprus has become our first international customer. A fast-growing Barnsley-based education company which supplies a thousand schools in the UK has secured its first customer overseas. A Cyprus school which educates the sons and daughters of British Armed Forces personnel has signed up for Cornerstones’ creative curriculum learning materials. The… Read more

Published Author Joins Our Team

We have a new recruit here at Cornerstones! An author has been recruited by creative curriculum specialists, Cornerstones Education Ltd. Iain Broome, author of A is for Angelica, has joined the company as curriculum editor. His first task is to help prepare Cornerstones’ new teaching and learning materials which will be published this summer, ready… Read more

Cornerstones Launch Free Fallen Fields Project

The war to end all wars is the subject of a new free project which we have launched this week. Fallen Fields has been designed to help school children study World War One in its centenary year. Primary schools across the country & whether they already work with Cornerstones or not – are being offered… Read more

We Welcome School Number 800!

Meersbrook Bank Primary School in Sheffield has become the 800th School to sign up for Cornerstones Creative Curriculum. A fast-growing Barnsley-based education company which supplies schools across the UK has gained its 800th customer on its doorstep in Sheffield. Cornerstones Education was set up just four years ago and already sells creative curriculum materials to… Read more

Superhero Children Enjoy Dragon hunts in Doncaster

Town Field Primary is a large Doncaster school with 460 pupils aged three to 11-years in 16 classes. Its teachers have been working with the Cornerstones creative curriculum for nearly three years now. Here, deputy head Helena Honeybone tells us more about how the Cornerstones curriculum has worked for them. She says the fact that… Read more

The Wow Factor in Wales A Cornerstones Case Study

Barry Island Primary School in the Vale of Glamorgan has been working with the Cornerstones curriculum for two years and teachers and pupils have plenty of positive feedback. The primary school also has a particular focus on technology in all its forms, and helps its 222 pupils aged three to 11 years-old develop expertise in… Read more

Cornerstones Shortlisted for Two National Awards

A Barnsley-based education business has been shortlisted for two national awards which recognise excellence in the provision of teaching and learning supplies. Cornerstones has fought off tough competition to be announced as a finalist in two categories of the Education Resources Awards 2014. The company is nominated as Supplier of the Year in the small… Read more