Whether it’s empowering learners to apply their spelling knowledge when writing, planning your own journey into leadership or balancing your career with your family life, you can save yourself shed loads of time, energy and stress by getting clear on your WHY. 

If you’ve just watched the video you’ll understand why I’m all about children succeeding and supporting teachers deliver spectacular teaching and learning in schools. Teachers saved my life. I pay this forward making sure teachers know how incredible they are.

  1. I speak at events and conferences inspiring teachers to see themselves as leaders.
  2. deliver Inset sharing practical ideas and resources to boost writing skills via phonics, spelling and grammar.

I’m interested in you. Your WHY is your vision, your preferred future, your specific goal or entire purpose. Once you have some clarity around what that looks like for you, you’re able to work on the HOW, which is the roadmap to get you from where you are now to where you want to be.

Last of all comes the action you take in the form of your WHAT. Though we usually jump right in and start with this, it’s so much easier to work out your natural next step once you have your eyes firmly on the prize.

Sign up for your FREE resources to help you with what is perhaps the most important part of teaching – embedding the skills needed to communicate thoughts and feelings in writing. Then watch out for my emails over the next week with more helpful tips on how to use these resources to develop the measurable impact we’re all passionate about.
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Jaz gave us a clear pathway, practical ideas and ways to challenge our children – and teachers!

Trudy Cotchin, Longwick School

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