Nik Peachey becomes part of the Bell Teacher Training team

20 September 2010

The Bell Educational Trust is delighted to announce the appointment of Nik Peachey as an Associate Teacher Trainer.

Nik is a highly respected learning technology consultant, teacher trainer, conference speaker and author, with a rich background in English language teaching and teacher training.

The engagement with Bell is to work on a broad range of projects, including Bell’s highly successful Online Delta, its summer teacher development campus at Homerton College in Cambridge and a number of exciting new product developments.

Announcing the new role, Bell’s Director of Sales & Marketing, Will Kinsman said; “We are extremely excited about the opportunities presented by the teacher training market and have an ambitious agenda of developments to further increase our profile and presence. That’s why we are so pleased to have someone with Nik’s experience and reputation joining the team and he will play an important part in these developments.”

Commenting on his appointment, Nik added; "I'm really excited about working with Bell in this capacity. For me it's a great opportunity to put to good use my knowledge of new technologies in an organisation that prides itself on pedagogical excellence. I feel there's a lot I can learn from working with Bell and hope to be able to contribute to the growth of the organisation."

For further information on Bell’s teacher development courses and Online Delta, visit:


Media and press enquiries:

Caroline Davidson
PR and Marketing Executive
Bell International
Red Cross Lane
Cambridge, CB2 0QU

Telephone: +44 (0)1223 275567
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Notes to Editors

About Bell
Bell is a leading educational charity and one of the largest British-owned providers of English language education services. Each year, Bell helps over 100,000 students, from more than 120 countries through one of its 36 worldwide teaching centres and e-channels, primarily to learn English and other languages. Bell operates 9 centres in the UK, including a boarding school for international students.

The organisation also provides teacher training, educational management, consultancy and project services to international organisations, universities and governments.

About Bell Teacher Campus Cambridge
Bell Teacher Campus Cambridge offers over 760 teachers of English as a Foreign Language from more than 45 countries the opportunity to live and learn within a campus environment. The campus offers a choice of fifteen courses which include ‘From Hamlet to Harry Potter – Using Literature in the Classroom’, ‘Contemporary English’ exploring idioms, slang and colloquial language and ‘An Introduction to Using New Technology in the Classroom’. Courses run during July and August each year. For more information, visit Bell Teacher Campus Cambridge. 

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