Coaching for Teachers

Coaching is a means of
providing personalised professional support to teachers through discussion about their practice.

It provides a positive framework which supports teachers to unlock their potential whether they are an under performer or high achiever.

Employee well-being is a core concern of
all effective school leaders. Teachers’ well-being is a complex dynamic, but largely influenced
by their sense of worth and opportunity to make a significant contribution to the school community.

And just as every child matters, every teacher matters too.

Teachers will:

  • gain a sense of empowerment and motivation through setting achievable goals and deadlines
  • teachers to gain multiple opportunities to learn and apply information
  • teachers’ beliefs to be challenged by evidence which is not consistent with their assumptions
  • teachers to have opportunities to process new learning with others.

Cost: £85 per 1 hour session
(min 3 in a day)

Coaching for Pupils

Teachers often find themselves in the position of counseling a student about matters beyond the scope of their official academic relationship. For some teachers, this is an uncomfortable role, with murkier boundaries than intellectual mentorship. For all teachers, it is a challenging balance between respecting the limits of their position and wanting to offer as much support to a student as possible.

“…[C]oaching is an interactive process that focuses on the personal relationship created between the student and
the coach. The coach challenges the student to think about their personal and/or professional goals in order to relate them to their academic/educational goals. In this learning process, it is important for the coach to encourage the student to become more self-aware by understanding their strengths, values, interests, purpose, and passion.”
– National Academic Advising Association (NACADA)

Cost: £85 per 1 hour session
(min 3 in a day)