SPD Tuition and Coaching


Coaching for Children

At SPD Tuition and Coaching, we recognise that children's emotional well-being is an essential aspect of their development and overall success. That's why we offer evidence-based programmes and resources that support parents, practitioners, and leadership teams in establishing a culture of well-being for all.

Our programs help children develop the skills they need to regulate their emotions, manage their behaviour, and build positive relationships with others. By providing children with the tools they need to become confident, resilient, and effective communicators, we enable them to achieve academic success and overcome challenges like fear and anxiety. Whether you’re a parent, teacher, or school leader, we are here to support you in creating calmer learning environments that promote positive outcomes for all children

We are dedicated to helping children and young people build the skills they need to succeed in life. Our programs focus on developing social and emotional skills that enable children to regulate their emotions, build positive relationships, and communicate effectively. We provide evidence-based resources and training for parents, practitioners, and leadership teams, helping them to establish a culture of well-being that supports children’s development and success. By working together, we can create calmer learning environments that promote positive outcomes for all children, allowing them to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally.

“A dramatic improvement in academic progress! Could not take part in class activities before and is now taking a new approach. I hardly ever see her anxious, she is very settled and engaged with her learning. She is much better at sorting out friendship issues and making friends. She stands up for herself now and navigates tricky social situations much better. I am so pleased to see her improvement in confidence in the classroom, answering questions rather than crying or hair pulling as previously experienced.”
— K. Evans, Year 6 Teacher