As Head of ICT & Business, Anthony has driven a number of new initiatives that have raised standards in assessment, planning and questioning and has provided training for colleagues in these areas. He has run a whole school workshop on the applications of Virtual Learning Environments and Technology in the Classroom and has supported colleagues across faculties in their implementation of some of these techniques. He has delivered whole school INSET on the effective use of homework and differentiation strategies designed to support the development of outstanding teaching and learning across the school. Anthony is particularly interested in the effective use of technology in the classroom and is keen to develop applications in this area. Having recently completed his MA in Education, Anthony has further developed teaching and learning by personally driving a number of research projects with a variety of foci including assessment for learning, homework, differentiation and learning theory. Anthony is a regular contributor to the Economics and Business Education Association and has had his work into learning theory and flipped classroom models published nationally and well as speaking at the professional associations’ National Conference in June 2013.