Bradley Busch is a Chartered Psychologist. With extensive experience working in schools, he is a leading expert in helping schools use psychological research that covers areas such as mindset, memory, and revision. This has seen him work with over 100 schools across the country. He writes regularly for The Guardian in his blogs ‘The Science of Teaching and Learning’ and ‘Research Every Teacher Should Know’. Outside of education, Bradley also works in sport, helping Premiership footballers and elite athletes to perform better under pressure. This has included members of Team GB who won medals at London 2012 and Rio 2016.