Create a coaching
culture in your school.
Nurture the professional development and personal wellbeing of your staff through better conversations
1:1 Leadership & Wellbeing Coaching
Colour Personality Profiling
Coaching is transformational.
We believe that people in our schools want their work to have purpose and meaning.
We know from experience that coaching is a deeply empowering pedagogy, which benefits school leaders, staff and students alike, providing a significant shift away from a top down, command and control direction, which is long overdue.
What We Offer
Experiential coaching training and skills development alongside ongoing supervision as participants learn to cascade our pure coaching approach to colleagues.
Better teamwork has significant ripple effects on your school culture and effectiveness. Whether for SLT, Pastoral, Curriculum… our team coaching programme provides a safe space to explore strengths and opportunities for improvement.
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We’ve worked with over 75 schools across the UK to bring a PURE coaching approach to the staff and culture. Here is just a small selection who would be happy to talk to you about their experience:
East Park Academy
Inglewood Junior School
Marple Hall School
Radley's Primary School
Manor Multi Academy Trust
Woolwich Polytechnic School for Girls
Willows High School
Blue Coat C of E Academy
Bexton Primary School
Kensington Prep School
Hill Avenue Academy, Wolverhampton
What Our Clients Say
PURE Coaching has taught me to think - really think. One of the most profound aspects of coaching is about being totally honest with yourself - developing greater self-awareness. Coaching is empowering, humbling and is in contrast to other methods of school support I have experienced.
Juli Copley, Primary Headteacher
There are many aspects of our current education system that I am not entirely satisfied with and I have found coaching helpful in redirecting my frustration into more constructive thinking and actions.
Carl Elder, Trust Director of Education
I can confess, I often want a lot done and normally by yesterday! Coaching allowed me to reflect starkly on how I am asking for the impossible, which creates frustration for colleagues and myself. Reflecting more and considering the most important points has helped me lead with more impact. I had never been with a coach who had no agenda. It was the most powerful thing.
Imran Iqbal, Secondary Deputy Headteacher
Coaching for me has been one of those things that I didn't think I needed before I began receiving it. Having started the process being a closed book, I am now open and willing to listen. For me, coaching is not a destination or something to be ticked off a list but rather, it is a leadership journey that I will continue to travel whilst I head any organisation.
Kerrie Henton, Alternative Provision Principal
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For education professionals.
Because our profession needs respect,
understanding and lifting up from within.