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‘Annie has provided highly professional media support and expertise which has enabled nasen to achieve high quality media resources enhancing the range of information, training options informing the education workforce about current issues for SEND. The quality of Annie’s work is superior and her ability to apply her wealth of educational expertise particularly in relation to SEND training and support for teachers adds significant value to her work. She is a regular contributor and writer to a range of nasen publications both in text and media formats. I can highly recommend Annie as an impressive media and educational consultant.’

Jane Friswell, Chief Executive, nasen
Swiss Cottage School
‘Annie and the team at Atomic Productions provide a high quality, reliable, and professional service. They are also a delight to work with, by being flexible in their approach and able to quickly build rapport with staff and students.  Annie’s considerable background and expertise in the education sector is invaluable, and leads to an effective and productive flow of ideas . This means that what Atomic Productions offers to schools stands above what could possibly be offered by media companies without an education specialism.’

Tracy Edwards, Leader of Curriculum and Assessment, Swiss Cottage School, London
‘Annie and the team rose to a really difficult challenge – to find a number of schools that were doing exceptional things with ICT, to create a range of compelling, thematic storyboards, film them…and to do so in a little over 2 months which included a half term thrown in for good measure!Working with Annie was an absolute joy. She took my (brief) brief and developed some of the best video-based evidence that Becta has ever commissioned. The team were totally professional throughout the whole process despite having to meet extremely tight deadlines, even tighter budgets, a demanding client and where the stars of the short films were school children ranging in age from 4 to 18 – no easy task!Many organisations profess to have knowledge of the education market but Annie’s understanding of this environment is second to none. Her team couldn’t have produced the level and quality of output that they did without it and having the content accepted across the whole of the education establishment is a living testimony.’

Robin Ball, formerly Manager: Learning and Teaching at Becta
‘RNIB’s Children, Young People and Families Team has worked with Annie Grant on a number of projects in recent years to create video and audio training resources for professionals working with blind and partially sighted children. Annie has high professional standards and an excellent grasp of SEN and disability issues. She is also flexible, easy to work with and strongly committed to achieving a high quality outcome in her work. We have no hesitation in recommending Annie to any organisation seeking to convey important messages about the inclusion and entitlement of disabled children in an effective and engaging way.’

Rory Cobb,  RNIB

The Schools Network
‘Atomic Productions, (Annie Grant) were commissioned to create video and photographic support materials for the TDA funded project on Training Materials for Teachers of Children with Severe, Profound and Complex Learning Difficulties. The work produced, when showed to teacher audiences, had a significant impact, enabling them to realise the depth and quality of practice needed for effective teaching in the field. As an experienced practitioner I found the video and photographs to be exquisite: each beautiful image brought dignity to the learning of the child and focused on their ability , not disability.’

Professor Barry Carpenter OBE, Project Director, The Schools Network, London

Dyslexia-SpLD Trust
‘Annie Grant was commissioned to film three case studies for the Dyslexia-SpLD Trust  showing models of best practice. The films came in on budget and we were delighted with the results. Annie was highly professional at all times and took complete responsibility for the project. She was able to trouble-shoot any potential issues and communicated well with us at all times.’

Melissa Wood, Development Officer, Dyslexia-SpLD Trust

Real Group (UK) Ltd
‘We have always found Annie and her team to be professional, reliable and flexible. Annie herself is well-informed and researches carefully and effectively. Most importantly the quality of her work is outstanding. We have worked with Annie on a number of projects. Her team’s work on the Complex Needs Training Materials now hosted on the nasen website at was particularly impressive. The team have a skill in being able to work sensitively with children, families and professionals. The still and moving images were beautiful. The film captured the intended learning and teaching objectives and the team work with Annie and her editors further enhanced the final product. We are delighted to be able to recommend Annie and her team.’

Dr Mark Turner and Alan Macgregor, Managing Directors, Real Group (UK) Ltd

Real Group (UK) Ltd
‘Annie and her Team have worked with Real Training on a variety of audio-visual projects within the field of our SEN training for teachers. Annie’s skills and excellent subject specific knowledge have been invaluable in producing results of fantastic technical quality, which also portray acute sensitivity to the individuals within our area of our work. The audio-visual work undertaken by Annie and her team has resulted in beautiful portraits of the people that we work with. Annie is able to deliver highly perceptive, respectful and beautiful perspectives which portray the views and experiences of clients. It has been a pleasure to work with Annie who has always worked resourcefully, efficiently and professionally with our staff and our clients.’

Siobhan Mellor,  Director, Real Group (UK) Ltd
Network for Languages London (University of Westminster)
‘We were really pleased and fortunate to work with Atomic Productions on three educational projects. We needed to produce a series of video case studies to capture the work we were doing, to support schools and teachers with the delivery of the languages curriculum work in their schools. We needed something that was authentic and really helped to convey the impact the project was having on the schools, teachers and pupils. This was no easy feat as it takes a lot for teachers and their pupils to open up to the cameras filming them. Atomic Productions delivered just what we needed and worked with such integrity and reliability throughout, helping to capture the project outcomes and highlights and working with all parties concerned, in a sensitive and encouraging manner.’

Domini Stone, Network for Languages London (2018)
Swiss Cottage School, Development and Research Centre
‘We have worked with Atomic Media Production on a number of filming projects, involving pupils, staff, families, and partner schools within our wider network. The experience has always been highly positive. Members of the film crew are professional, sensitive to the context of schools, and able to interact with young people in a positive and appropriate manner. They are also able to build relationships with staff in a relatively short space of time, which significantly enhances the quality of their output.In particular, Atomic Media Productions has a clear specialism in education, and tacit knowledge of the priorities of both special and mainstream schools. As a company therefore, they are able to grasp the pedagogical ideas and/or policies which underpin a film, to most accurately represent its key messages.’

Tracey Edwards, Associate Director of the Teaching School (2018)