About Life Education Bristol


So you want a bit more detail about who we are, what we do and how we do it?

Ok, here are 8 essential facts about Life Education that you need to know (but never knew you needed to know!)

  1. We’re an independent, self-funding charity (Charity Number 1093225)
  2. Life Education Bristol was launched in September 2001 (our first school was in Southmead, Bristol)
  3. We now work in schools all across the Greater Bristol area – Bristol, South Gloucestershire, North Somerset and Bath & North East Somerset
  4. If you’re a Nursery, Infant, Junior, Primary, Special or Independent School in these areas, we can visit and work with you!
  5. We visit around 60 schools each year where over 15,000 children visit the mobile classroom
  6. Our Educators are experienced Primary teachers and have been intensively trained in our positive teaching techniques
  7. Our work has achieved the Department of Health’s Information Standard – a quality kite-mark that certifies that we’re a provider of reliable health information. It also follows good practice guidelines recommended by the Department for Education, the National Curriculum and Ofsted
  8. Demand for our service is high – new schools are booking up a visit from us all the time!

Key team members

Jeanette Lloyd

Jeanette has been teaching in the Life Education ‘Life Bus’ since 2004.  Before this, she worked with Early Years children in an inner-city Primary School in Bristol.  Jeanette says: “I love seeing the positive response of the children in the schools we visit and then returning a year later to see those same, excited faces again.”

Pete Dommett
Senior Educator

Pete has been working for Life Education Bristol since its launch in 2001.  He can be found teaching in the Life Bus and organising all our school visits from our office.  Previously, Pete worked as a teacher in Primary Schools in North Somerset and Devon.  He is passionate about the positive teaching techniques we use in the mobile classroom.  “They really help the children to remember how to make healthy choices,” he says.