Rod Cunningham has worked as a mathematics educator for over 30 years, first as a secondary teacher and then as an adviser, during which time he trialled problem-solving and diagnostic approaches in mathematics and science including CAME (Cognitive Acceleration through Maths Education) and First Steps Mathematics. He has been facilitating P4C since 2005, is a registered SAPERE trainer, and is co-author of the chapter on mathematics and P4C in Philosophy for Children Across the Secondary Curriculum (2012). One of his key aims is to promote a model in which Year 7 form teachers train with Year 5 and 6 teachers in their feeder primaries, with the intention that P4C becomes an integral part of the education of all 5- to 18-year-olds in the cluster of schools. He has also utilised a range of facilitation models with community groups working on sustainability issues, such as Abergavenny Transition Town. Rod is particularly keen on developing long-term associations with schools and community groups so that facilitation of P4C is supported and, over time, becomes embedded in the organisation. His website, sustainable-enquiry.com, contains further information.