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About Us

Reddy-Made Consultancy is the business name for Anthony and Maria Reddy, and over the past four years has rapidly established itself as a key provider of quality training in almost all aspects of primary and middle school mathematics.

Based in Blackburn, but travelling nationwide, all aspects of training and school support are led by Anthony Reddy, described by HMI in a local authority inspection as “having a strong, positive impact on schools … well informed, enthusiastic and dynamic.” Anthony’s expertise is much in demand throughout the country, where his ideas for revitalising and improving the teaching of maths are extremely well received by teachers of all age groups.

Anthony began his career as a primary school teacher, working in Staffordshire and Lancashire, before taking up the positions of Numeracy Consultant and Senior Mathematics / ISP Consultant in North West authorities.

Anthony has been involved in the delivery of high quality mathematics training since 1999, establishing his company in 2006 and working for schools, networks, cluster groups and several Local Authorities. Since then his reputation for inspirational and effective training has steadily increased, and in recent years he has teamed up with the Regional Staff College at Himley Hall, Staffordshire and Alan Peat Ltd, presenting training days on a wide range of themes and topics, including: -

Anthony’s training is renowned for its pace, fun and interactivity. Songs from Dave Godfrey’s ‘Number Fun’ ( are a regular (and highly anticipated!) aspect of most sessions, and most important elements of mathematical understanding are presented via the use of key models, images and resources. Anthony’s realistic and common-sense approach to planning and delivering quality maths lessons gives clear credibility to his classroom practice.

Reddy-Made Consultancy has, for several years, been strongly involved in initial teacher training. Anthony is a regular lecturer (and essay marker!) for the University of Manchester PGCE programme, and has also run sessions for North West PGCE maths tutors and ‘host school’ teacher leaders.

Anthony is a qualified Key Stage 1 Moderator and was also part of the early DfES working party for the Renewed Framework for Mathematics. Anthony has helped to successfully lead Framework training in six Local Authorities, and is very proud of responses from teachers regarding the way in which he can make ‘make the apparently complicated process of understanding and planning from the Framework seem straightforward, sensible and useful’ (Bolton teacher, following Framework training)

Anthony has also worked alongside the NCETM (National Centre for Excellence in Teaching Mathematics), and is a regular presenter for Liverpool and Sefton’s annual Co-ordinator Conferences.

Anthony’s freebies also receive extremely positive responses! Participants on most training days, courses and even staff meetings receive CD-ROMs packed full of activities, proformas, Powerpoints and free copies of key ideas and resources, many of them ICT based.

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