Wednesday 26th April 2017

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Godfrey Hall. MA Dip,Ed..F.Coll.P

Godfrey Hall is the main education advisor at iChild.

He has had 20 years' experience in main stream education, 11 as assistant head of a large London primary school, 20 years writing educational material and over 140 books with world wide distribution for companies such as BBC, Channel 4, UNESCO, UNICEF, Disney and the Government. He has also been an eminent education advisor for over 18 years. Please follow this link for his website


Pat Alden is the main religious advisor at iChild.

Pat Alden has been a teacher for 35 years, teaching across all phases until retirement in 2002 when she was ordained a priest in the Church of England. Pat also worked as an Advisory teacher for Religious Education for ILEA developing many Education packs for teachers. This work was then continued for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and then for the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
Since 2002 Pat has been a free lance Religious education Consultant working principally on Royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea and Richmond, as their advisor to SACRE.


Fi Bird is a mother of 6, past BBC Masterchef finalist and a member of the Guild of Food Writers. She, and her GP husband Stephen are the founders of (educating children about food). Stirrin'Stuff works in schools and at food events where the demonstrations and workshops are free to the children who attend. aims to provide useful information for those wanting to find out more about how to grow herbs and use them in cooking, and to enhance your health and that of your family, in lots of wonderful and creative ways.

Visit Perlina Gems for unique handcrafted jewellery including a wonderful new range of mother & daughter and bridesmaid jewellery, plus lots more. Exclusive to iChild members - register on the website and type in "ichild" next to your house number or name and you will receive a 10% rebate on your first order.