Aspiring Leaders
Developing Mentor-Coaching in Schools
3 day programme
This three day programme will support colleagues to develop their mentoring and coaching skills. It is a practical three day course which focuses on how
mentor-coaching can be used to support and develop staff and pupils in order to improve outcomes and drive improvement. This programme will enable existing and aspiring leaders to consider the place of mentor-coaching in schools and give you time to think through the practical
application of your learning for your school context. You will learn about
the theory and research that underpins mentor-coaching and what makes this such a powerful tool for school improvement.
You will be able to explore the differences and definitions around mentoring and coaching and the key skills and competencies associated with this
approach. You will have a chance to apply your skills working in triads and
in between days two and three you will be expected to apply some of the
practice in your school.

The programme is recommended for existing and aspiring senior and

middle leaders and will cover:
 The role of coaching and mentoring in school improvement  Key coaching and mentoring skills  Supporting and developing staff and students The programme uses the model developed by Roger Pask and Barrie Joy in their book ‘Mentoring-Coaching in Your School’ “Enlightening, a real learning experience. We had time to practice, and to
reflect on strengths and what to develop – very valuable” (senior leader

Introducing our lead tutor: Beth Mackay
We are very fortunate to be working with Beth Mackay and Roger Pask who have worked to develop the model of mentor-coaching and have immense experience and expertise in researching and facilitating this work in schools. Beth was a senior leader in schools for many years before developing her work in LAs and Schools around leadership and learning. She is now an independent consultant supporting mentor-coaching, leadership and professional development. She undertakes a wide range of work including being a coach for Teaching Leaders and NPQH, working with Teaching Schools and LAs on leadership development from trainee teachers to executive leaders in the education sector. Beth will be supported by leaders from schools who will be able to share their learning and the impact it has had on their school improvement and development journeys. Royal Opera House
Purfleet on Thames

Day One: 27 February 2014
Day Two : 28 February 2014
Day Three: 3 April 2014
9.00am to 4.30pm
To reserve your place please email:


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