FACTWorld People

All of the colleagues on this page work in content and language integration as teachers, trainers, materials writers and consultants. 

If you need some help, get in touch, they'd be glad to help.

Keith Kelly is a freelance education consultant based in Bulgaria.  He has an undergraduate degree in Modern Languages and a PGCE in French, Russian and German from Bristol University. He then took a Masters degree in English Language Education at Manchester University. He is an experienced teacher and teacher trainer, a team member of Science Across the World, and an Associate Tutor for the Norwich Institute for Language Education (NILE). Keith is also a founder and coordinator of the Forum for Across the Curriculum Teaching (FACT). From 1999-2003 Keith was coordinator of the English Across the Curriculum project for the British Council in Bulgaria where he worked in and with bilingual schools around Bulgaria and the region.  Keith, along with John Clegg, is co-author of the CLIL MA Module for NILE and Leeds Metropolitain University.  Keith is author of the Macmillan Science and Geography Vocabulary Practice Series and is editor for the 'CLIL Teacher' magazine and consultant to Macmillan's onestopclil website. He is also part of the Voices writing team for the Zurich Educational Publishing House and with John Clegg is co-author of the OUP Geog1 EAL Workbook. Keith was made a Fellow of IUPAC (The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) in January 2008 for his contributions to the programme.  He has been working as a freelance education consultant since August 2003 on education projects mainly focusing on the teaching of content through the medium of a foreign language. (keithpkelly@yahoo.co.uk)


John Clegg is a freelance education consultant based in London. He works with teachers, schools and education authorities who are involved in teaching primary and secondary subjects through the medium of English as a second language. He does this in CLIL (content and language integrated learning) projects in Europe, multicultural schools in the UK and English-medium education in Africa and elsewhere. Most recently he has worked in Italy on CLIL projects and in Ethiopia on teacher-development materials for teachers of subjects in English. In 1996 he edited Mainstreaming ESL, a collection of teacher narratives from different English-medium countries on how they moved the education of minority langage learners of English into mainstream school. He works regularly with Keith Kelly on CLIL courses. For 20 years he worked in the School of English Language Teaching at Thames Valley University London, where he collaborated with Jean Brewster, and now works as an occasional lecturer at the University of Bristol. (jclegg@lineone.net)