‘If the right intervention happens, change is possible’
Our learners deserve the very best
You would expect that learners from wealthy nations would be amongst the happiest, healthiest and highest performing in the world. But research by UNICEF and Childline suggest that this is not necessarily the case and often portray a concerning picture of what it’s like to grow up in the 21st Century.
A school’s role in supporting learners is crucial – they will be unable to learn effectively if there’s something affecting their health or well-being (with poor attainment, behaviour and attendance being the main casualties). But coaching can help learners to be positive, more self aware and confident, develop coping mechanisms, as well as set and achieve their goals.
Why coach our learners?
- Creating the time and space to be themselves without fear of judgement.
- Encourage them to learn essential life skills which will help them create the future they want.
- Helping them focus on what’s important, and supporting them on that journey.
- Help them to be happier, and feel good about who they are.
- being objective which it’s sometimes difficult to be if you have a vested interest in them.
What might learners need coaching with?
- general well-being
- growth mindset
- self esteem
- the future
- one to one coaching for learners
- group coaching for learners
- Pupil Coaching training for staff
- Assessment day – Free! 10 children are coached on one day to see which 5 might benefit from coaching over a longer period (in discussion with school staff).
- 1 to 1 coaching for 5 pupils – £200 per day. Each pupil receives a 45 minute coaching session. A 6 week half term is £1000.
- 1 to 1 coaching for 3 pupils – £150 per half day. Each pupil receives a 45 minute coaching session. A 6 week half term is £800.
- Group coaching – please call.
- Pupil Coaching training for staff – please call.