Transforming lives through coaching


Coaching for pupils

Small group coaching for pupils supports them to identify what they can do to achieve success in school.  Pupils set goals and create actions that will improve their engagement in school and with their learning.

Leadership coaching

Coaching specifically focused on senior and middle leaders to support them to identify development goals so they are able to contribute fully to moving the school forward.

1-2-1 staff coaching

A complete coaching programme for individual members of staff to support them to identify and take actions to help them to achieve their goals.

Women Leaders' Coaching Programme

A course specifically tailored to women leaders explores the benefits of coaching and provides the space to put the learning into practice.

Drop in sessions

Individual coaching sessions allow staff to explore an issue and focus on developing solutions with quick results.

Coaching for support

Coaching that runs alongside formal and informal support plans to ensure the well being of staff through a stressful period.

Head Coach Victoria Maguire

Compassion, empathy, trust

Victoria started teaching in 1998.  She became a Head of English in 2004 and gained a promotion to Assistant Headteacher in 2010.  She followed this in 2016 by being appointed to a position as a Deputy Headteacher. During her time as a school leader, Victoria learned about coaching and developed her coaching skills supporting staff and pupils in each of her roles.  She has supported the development of numerous members of staff through coaching, many into leadership positions.  In 2019 Victoria gained her Level 3 Diploma in Coaching and set up Transform Education Coaching.  She is passionate about the power of coaching to not only transform education but to transform lives.


“Coaching done well may be the most effective intervention designed for human performance.”

William James

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“Coaching is unlocking a person's potential to maximise their own performance.  It's helping them learn rather than teaching them.”

Timothy Gallwey


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