Case Studies
All of the following case studies are sessions that have been
provided in recent years, in a wide range schools, other
educational or children service settings and Local Authorities.

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School Improvement and Leadership Development
1. School Self Evaluation
2. School Leader Coaching Session
Gaining a new perspective on a problem or difficulty.
3. School Leader Coaching Session
Crisis of confidence.
4. School Leader Coaching Session
Managing Excessive Workload.
5. Middle Leadership Development
Use of Data and Presentation of Findings.
6. Dealing with a difficult person
(Member or Staff, Parent or Governor).
7. Whole School Staff Training Session
Overcoming Attitudinal Barriers to Learning.
8. Solution Focused Staff Support and Development Session
for Staff Working with Troubling and Troublesome Children.
9. LA School Improvement Team Training in Effective Consultancy Skills.
Work with Children, Young People and Families
1. Parent and Child Coaching Session Example
Young Child with Eating /Feeding Difficulties.
2. Parent Support Group Course Outline
3a. Assessment of Social, Emotional and Behavioural Needs
(Boxall Profile, Common Assessment Framework).
3b. First Cluster: Self-Limiting Features
4. Guidance Package for Establishing Specialist
Support Classes in a Mainstream Cluster Setting.
5. Session for Child Suffering from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder.
6. Session for a Young Person with School Phobia and
Associated Anxiety including Anxiety Attacks.
7. Session Designed for Child with Self-Esteem Difficulties and
Lack in Confidence as a Learner.
8. Session Designed for a Young Person to be Able to Deal with
Negative Feelings that can Result in Violent or Abusive Outbursts.
"When discussing issues with
Eithne she can pinpoint what
needs to be done to help the
school and then has a very
wide knowledge to support
any discussions."
Falconer’s Hill Junior School
"Eithne has also worked
extremely well with the staff
and delivered INSET through
this period. Her training is
interesting, fun and practical
and staff always find these
sessions worthwhile. The
school has started to make
progress and much of this is
due to her consultancy skills."
Executive Headteacher
"Instilling positive thinking
when things are tough"
Acting Headteacher
Ashby Fields School