Our coaches help students take control of their studies and develop vital skills for school, university, and their career. We look at a child’s interests, personality, and the style and type of support they require to ensure the best fit with their personal coach.
Executive function development is at the core of many of our coaches’ approaches to helping our students. We provide a strategic, personalised plan to tackle any obstacles in their learning and help them feel more confident acquiring agency and responsibility in their studies.
Coaching support in learning strategy, time management, accountability and soft-skill development such as communication, teamwork, and leadership helps our students create a strong foundation as independent learners; a trait that is vital in the independent school system.
Our executive function coaches help our students with anything from planning and organisation skills, building more focus, managing emotions, problem solving and greater self-awareness.
Our experienced Special Educational Needs and Disabilities coaches adapt to the needs of the child. By teaching study aids, executive function skills, and stress management strategies; our coaches help students navigate school life.
Some children need support on which career to choose. Our direction coaches help our students achieve specific goals and overcome obstacles to personal growth. We can introduce career coaches with direct work experience in many chosen fields.
Effective revision is key to handling exams. With a combination of revision skills, accountability, and stress-reducing strategies, our coaches support students to maximise their performance and alleviate the pressure.
Our mentors offer information, advice, and guidance to help students understand which careers would be available and of interest to them. Juno will assess the student’s desires plus abilities and where possible offer work experience opportunities.
Soft skills are skills like any other and can be developed and practised. Whether needing help in teamwork and leadership, or in communication and interpersonal skills, our coaches can provide learning and practice opportunities.
Our accountability mentors provide support and guidance to help students understand how they can take action to achieve their goals. By setting tasks, understanding appraisals, and working through challenges, our students will be able to review their progress themselves.
Every child can benefit from a coach. Our coaches teach essential skills for academic and personal development that are often not covered otherwise. You may consider a coach if your child is disengaged, performing poorly in exam situations or they’re finding it hard to make friends.
While we have categorised different styles of coaches available, coaches are also able to work across the different categories. Please get in touch with our team if you are interested in exploring this option for your child.
Yes, our experienced Special Educational Needs and Disabilities coaches adapt to the needs of the child. By teaching study aids, executive function skills, and stress management strategies; our coaches help students navigate school life.
We have specially trained SEND educators who can support those with: dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia, ASD (including non-verbal), ADHD, visually-impairments, hearing-impairments, and speech-impairments.