Our Consultants

Our Education Consultants are our specialist team who are here to support you in the use of the Educater system. We all have many years of experience with assessment and performance, having come to Educater after successful careers in schools at a senior level.

We offer support and training for you and your school, from the administration of the system, to entering data, to ensuring your staff get the full benefit of the analysis available. With a range of different specialisms within the team, we can offer bespoke consultancy across a wide range of areas in Education.

Take a look at the profiles below to find out the specific expertise of each of our consultants, and then reach out to start a conversation with one of our members today.

Becky St.John

Specialist Areas:

  • Academy Trust Data Management
  • ASP and School Data Analysis
  • Data Reporting to Governors
  • Assessment and Data Tracking
  • Middle and Secondary Assessment


Becky is a school assessment and performance data specialist passionate about helping schools and multi academy trusts use data effectively to improve outcomes. She started out as data manager in a large secondary school, and this eventually led to a role as principal consultant for SISRA Ltd, supporting 1,600 schools across the UK in the management and analysis of their assessment data and exam results through consultancy and training. 

These days, Becky works with schools via a wide range of companies and bodies including Educater, FFT, GL Assessment, Rising Stars and ASCL. She has extensive experience of helping schools make sense of their assessment and performance data and a particular interest in making sure that data gathered leads directly to impact in the classroom, as well as reducing the workload associated with data collection and analysis. She also trains governors for two local authorities, and is a school governor herself with responsibility for PP and SEND students.

Alan Yeoman

Specialist Areas:

  • Assessment and Data Tracking
  • IT and Computing in Schools


Alan is now in his thirtieth year working in education. His career began in Argyll and Bute as a primary teacher and he soon moved on to a variety of promoted posts including Education Officer with responsibility for supporting ICT across the Local Authority with a particular focus on video conferencing and developing a Local Authority Intranet – one of the first of its kind in the UK.

This led to a permanent position with SCET – now Education Scotland – as a Development Adviser creating, delivering and evaluating staff development courses, co-managing a NOF programme across Scotland together with day to day delivery of the Masterclass and Leadership for Learning Projects.

Since leaving Education Scotland Alan has worked in the software industry as an Education Adviser and eight years ago set up his own Education Consultancy business working with education providers to develop their Professional Development portfolio with a focus on raising attainment, assessment and effective record keeping.

Sarah White

Specialist Areas:

  • Independent and Overseas Education
  • Senior and Middle Leadership
  • Curriculum Development
  • Assessment and Data Tracking


Sarah is a freelance Educational Consultant who has worked in education for over 35 years in both the UK state and private sector and also within international schools as a primary school teacher and Headteacher. For the last seven years Sarah has worked on developing the teaching knowledge and skills of the next generation of primary teachers by writing, teacher training and advising on curriculum development and assessment.

As well as working with teachers Sarah also produces teaching resources and courses for a major education publisher and now trains trainers. Sarah has consulted on assessment for the STA as part of their expert teacher panels for reading and grammar, punctuation and spelling and maths for KS1 and 2 SATs. Bringing her vast knowledge and experience as an Assessment Co-ordinator and Head teacher, Sarah is able to support schools in assessment with Educater.

Tracy Phillips

Specialist Areas:

  • Assessment and Data Tracking
  • School Data Analysis
  • Senior Leadership in Schools
  • GCSE and Secondary Assessment
  • Tracking Behaviour Management and Literacy
  • Alternative Provision and SEND Assessment


Tracy is a freelance Educational Consultant with over twenty years of experience in a number of secondary schools and alternative provisions. Early on in her career, she taught English abroad and worked in a central government policy unit. Tracy has also worked abroad as a freelance editor, supply teacher, tutor and GCSE English examiner. When she returned to the UK, she initially worked in Safeguarding Children’s Services for a local authority in London, where she was responsible for reporting data analysis on educational outcomes for Looked After Children and delivering whole-school training in schools. She later returned to mainstream English teaching and became a department head.

For the last few years, Tracy has been a senior leader in an Alternative Provision in the UK. With responsibility for whole school assessment, data tracking and analysis, she focused on developing a bespoke system to improve outcomes for students with a wide range of SEMH and other SEND needs. She has a particular interest in assessing and tracking curriculum outcomes, behaviour for learning, and literacy levels to raise attainment for the most vulnerable students. She has delivered a range of training on these issues, both in schools and other settings. Her particular knowledge of SEND and Alternative Provisions with complex timetables and curricula enables her to support schools with more bespoke assessment needs.

We are proud to work alongside some of the best and most talented Education Consultants in the sector and our customers and team benefit hugely from their breadth of knowledge and experience.

Would being a consultant for Educater be something you would be interested in?