Coaching in Education

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Coaching and wellbeing

Our focus is around wellbeing. Coaching is a wonderful way of facilitating wellbeing across the school community.

We find that when leaders and teachers operate from a place of clarity, then the whole school benefits.

Our approach is very simple. We help people to re-connect to their innate resilience and resourcefulness and to tap into the extraordinary potential that resides within.

From a settled space of clarity teachers and leaders get back in touch with their internal creativity through building relationships and listening.

We find that when leaders and teachers are connected with their own wellbeing then this awakens wellbeing within children and colleagues.

What does the training look like?

Our work is mainly with school leaders. We often work with leaders across Multi-Academy-Trusts. This is an experiential training rather than an academic training. You can see more about our training options here. In other words it’s a very practical, hands-on approach to coaching. The training is a package of:

  • Training days
  • Executive coaching
  • Online Learning

We have a ‘Coaches for Leaders’ programme which is certificated. Take a look here for the costs of the programme

When leaders are part way through the training they start to consider how they might share the coaching for wellbeing approach across the school community.

Web of Wellbeing

Liz and Stu are  on the global steering group of a project to promote wellbeing in young people world wide. The work is aligned with self-understanding (also known as the Three Principles).

The WoW project (Web of Wellbeing) was launched in 2017 – take a look at the Web of Wellbeing website.

Contact us for more information lizscottcoaching@me.com

Don’t just take our word for it when we say we are professionals you can trust - take a look at our case studies and testimonials to see how our coaching has transformed the performance of our clients.

Previous Case Study
Julie Nash
“It’s been quite a revolution here over the past 18 months. We have absolutely had our eyes opened… If there were a badge that said you were a coaching school, we’d be going for it.”

Julie Nash - Head Teacher (former)
Cape Cornwall School

Brett Dye and Lucy Wandless
I would say that the skills I have developed have aided me in developing and empowering staff and therefore has developed distributed leadership at Godolphin Primary School.

Brett Dye: Head Parc Egos - Lucy Wandless: Head Godolphin
Leadership Coaching Training – Southerly Point

Sian
The teachers feel inspired and a couple have said this has been the best training they’ve had for years. It is having a major impact on the way that they are thinking about the children and in the way they are interacting with the children and with other adults.

Sian Lane, Headteacher
Pinhoe Primary School

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