Andrew Berry taught and held the position of science leader for nine years in primary schools in Kent. Andrew then worked for a further seven years as the primary science adviser for the 475 primary schools in Kent. During this time he worked within over 250 schools, wrote two schemes of work for science for the county, and was one of the authors for 'TASC wheel - problem solving in primary science'.
He also provided numerous training sessions for all school staff; including numerous county conferences.
For the next year Andrew worked as a Teaching and Learning Adviser for a district within Kent. During this time Andrew was constantly providing training and supporting teachers in class across all subjects. Following this role, Andrew became the Centre Manager for The Education People's environmental education centre - Horton Kirby, which is a role he has continued in for the last three years. In this role Andrew now teaches, both at the centre and in schools and training primary school teachers in how best to provide quality learning opportunities for children.