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What we do
Many educational consultancies, play on the insecurities of schools and offer to sell them the next and greatest product that will raise standards. However our approach is very different. We research, digest, deconstruct and ensure our school improvement support is based around your school improvement needs. Nothing is off the shelf, and none of our school improvement support is pre-prescribed. We understand that no one school is the same, and no school context. In the same way that no child, or teacher is the same. What we do understand how to develop school cultures that are based around learning, rather than teaching.
Whilst every school consultancy is bespoke and different, our approach to highly effective school improvement is guided by these principles. We believe that school improvement should be 'done with', rather than ' done to', and so we use coaching and facilitation techniques to develop staff and leadership. We always start with your school improvement priorities and look at how we can design training and insets to have immediate and lasting change. As a company we have enjoyable and lasting relationships with our customers, ensuring meaningful and impactful change. As well as sustained school improvement.
Like your school, we are a people consultancy company; hard-working and committed to developing your staff, your school culture and making a difference for your children. Nothing is for Estyn/Ofsted, there are no quick fixes, no artificial additives, no gimmicks. Just honest challenge and support aimed at making an difference for learners. After all that's why we all entered the profession; to make a difference to the lives of children.
I am really pleased with how the days turned out with regards to the engagement of staff and what I think they have gained from the days, in raged to self-reflection.I think I could go as far as today this may potentially have the greatest impact of everything we have done sinceI took over. It will definitely be something that we put into our MER cycle as a regular feature.
– Pantyscallog Primary School