Paul Ainsworth will be cooking live in the Big Kitchen on Saturday 18 June
BBC Good Food Show Summer 16 - 19 June 2022 NEC Birmingham
Paul Ainsworth will be cooking live in the Big Kitchen on Saturday 18 June. You can also see him around the Show in a live interview on the Let’s Talk Good Food Stage. Growing up in his parents’ guesthouse in Southampton, Paul Ainsworth was part of thehospitality industry from the very beginning. Watching and helping his parents at work, hedeveloped a strong sense of hard work and determination to succeed. A passionatesupporter of Cornish farmers, fishermen and artisanal producers, Paul’s passion forimaginative and flavour-packed cooking celebrates everything the region has to offer.
In the first episode of 2022, Olly is joined by good friend and Michelin-starred chef Paul Ainsworth, and over a Tom Collins (made according to Olly’s very own recipe) they discuss, amongst other things, growing up in hospitality, running a business during lockdown and Paul’s love for TV classic Only Fools & Horses. Find out more about Olly at his website ollysmith.com or follow him on Instagram @ollysmith. Paul can be found at paul-ainsworth.co.uk or on Instagram @paulainsw6rth. His podcast Knives, Forks & Tunes is available through your usual podcast providers lnk.to/KnivesForksTunes. Olly’s Tom Collins recipe can be found in his new book The Home Cocktail Bible, available from Amazon and all good bookshops.
In this episode, Toria talks to Paul Ainsworth (@pkainsworth), the author of 'No Silver Bullets: Day in, Day out School Improvement' and a system leader who has worked in four MATs. Paul explains his thoughts on school improvement both at a school level and a MAT level and suggests that to make school improvement sustainable, 'day in, day out' efforts are far more effective than silver bullets.'No Silver Bullets: Day in, Day out School Improvement' can be found at: https://www.amazon.co.uk/No-silver-bullets-school-improvement-ebook/dp/B08QSLXDP9Support the showIf you enjoyed this episode, share it with others and leave a review. The Tiny Voices Talk book is out now - click here to order your copy.
41: Edson Diaz-Fuentes, Paul Ainsworth, Annie Hanbury and Farhad Heydari
On this episode of Biting Talk with Two Chicks, William catches up with Mexican chef Edson Diaz-Fuentes, hitches a ride with chef Paul Ainsworth, and gets a scoop of tasty ice cream with Baboo Gelato's Annie Hanbury. Biting Talk's in-house mixologist Farhad Heydari rounds off the show with a very special Sidecar with a splash of Remy Martin. Follow William on Twitter and Instagram: @WilliamSitwell Produced by Front Ear Podcasts - www.frontearpodcasts.com (http://www.frontearpodcasts.com/) Edited by Nathan Copelin Music by David Cantello
Paul Ainsworth, Ainsworth Collection | In Conversation With | thefoodpeople
thefoodpeople In Conversation With...
In this thought-provoking and inspiring episode Paul joins us to talk about:The team at The Ainsworth Collection, how integral they are and how he goes about attracting the next generation of amazing chefs to CornwallThe bounty of Cornwall and some of the 'gems' of suppliers that he's come acrossThe inspirational chefs that he's worked with over the years and what some of those inspirations mean to him nowWhat his purpose is, why he does what he doesHis creative journey when it comes to constructing a dish - from the ingredients to the end productSome of the heart-warming and inspiring causes that he is aligned withPlus, the future of fine dining and how he sees the space evolving'thefoodpeople in conversation with' is a series that features people, businesses, brands and entrepreneurs from across food and drink to find out more about why they do what they do, how they see the future, how in their way they championing change and shifting the future of food and drink.For more on thefoodpeople, to find out about 'shifting the future of food & drink' or to join the TFP community visit www.thefoodpeople.co.uk
Paul Foster & Simon Alexander are joined by the Michelin Star and two time 2019 Catey winner, Paul Ainsworth. This week: The Cateys 2019, cooking for vegetarian and vegan diets and Paul Ainsworth’s famous fairground themed dessert from GBM. As per - TripAdvisor reviews, Boiling Point & home-cooking hacks & myths for you to take away. Get your free signed menu & win a meal at Salt and sit in on Season 3! PATREON - www.patreon.com/thenightcap INSTA - @thenightcap_pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Paul's incredibly deep, touching and powerful story of the loss of a loved one and his coping mechanism for grief. Please be advised this interview is descriptive in detail of what one may experience when dealing with pancreatic cancer.
Paul Ainsworth - Calm Seas Don't Make Good Sailors
The Burnt Chef Journal
This weeks guest is Paul Ainsworth who joins us from Padstow. Our conversation covered so many different subjects from personal development, Paul's journey through hospitality, life lessons and much much more. It is a fantastic episode and one that I hope that you enjoy. Why not rate the episode and leave a review? This episode was recorded 16th February 2021 For more information on The Burnt Chef Project head over to our website: www.theburntchefproject.com or find us on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube or Twitter.
No Silver Bullets- Paul Ainsworth with Abby Bayford
Naylor's Natter Podcast
'Just talking to Teachers'
There are no secrets to school improvement. There are no silver bullets and no magic answers. It is far less glamorous. It is a question of identifying numerous actions and applying effort ‘day in, day out’ to improve them. This book contains 89 strategies which leaders have successfully used in primary and secondary schools to make the difference to their pupils. 'This brilliant book is a ‘must have’ for any school leader. It is packed full of realistic strategies that can be adopted, adapted and implemented' - Sarah Paul, Headteacher, Wyberton Primary Academy. ‘Packed to the brim with practical advice for school improvement that is founded in his real-life work.’ - Jayney Cooksley, Headteacher, Briar Hill Primary School. ‘Really resonates with me, the strategies are particularly useful for new Headteachers and those working in stand-alone schools’ - Rebecca Walker, Primary Director, West Norfolk Academies Trust. ‘The title of the book is perfect – there are no ‘silver bullets’ but this strips the mammoth beast of school improvement back to a toolkit that focuses on doing fewer things really well. No bandwagons to jump on, just relentless consistency in tried and tested strategies to provide a great education for all learners.’ - Donna Tandy, Deputy Chief Executive, The Focus Trust. ‘Each page bristles with rich examples of school improvement,’Abby Byford, Director of the ATT Institute ‘Provides simple and easy-to-access advice to school leaders, will be very much welcomed by many,’Rowena Hackwood, CEO, Astrea Academies Trust 'This book is a must have for any school leader looking to bring about positive change, with tried & tested ideas.’Liz White, School Improvement Advisor. ‘Everything I know of Paul’s work is nothing but excellence and ‘No Silver Bullets is no different’Julie Keyes, The Education Consultant. ‘No Silver Bullets offers a valuable and pragmatic approach to ensuring that school improvement strategies ‘stick’. Grounded in Paul Ainsworth’s extensive experience and expertise, this book will be an invaluable resource to any school leader seeking to make sustainable improvements in their school community.’ - Zoë Elder, author of ‘Full On Learning’ ‘A book to not just read once but act as a reference, challenge and reflection as to where you are at on your School Improvement journey and context.' - Stephen Logan, Deputy Head, Malet Lambert School. ‘No Silver Bullets is an excellent guide to key strategies that really make a difference when it comes to school improvement from someone who “walks the talk” with school leaders each and every day.' - Gavin Booth, CEO, Infinity Academies Trust. ‘No Silver Bullets is a reassuring and realistic message that school improvement relies on day to day hard work and clear focus and not an external quick fix being adopted by the school.’ -Leann Lynch, Strategic Teaching and Learning Leader, L.E.A.D. Equate Teaching School Alliance. ‘I have supported over sixty schools in the last six years as I have worked in Director of School Improvement roles across for four Multi-Academy Trusts. I help Headteachers and school leadership teams make their school the best it can be. I rarely suggest drastic changes, instead on each visit, I look for little tweaks which will make the difference to their school. This book contains the suggestions that I make the most often. They are quickly adopted and help drive school improvement.' - Paul K. Ainsworth So whether you are a school leader or a system leader, read through the actions and see which of these small changes can make a big difference to your school.