Hannah Hall MA, BA(hons), PGCE, NASENCO
Hannah is a Coach, Trainer & Teacher and in her 16 years in Education has held a number of senior roles within schools and local authorities. These have included Assistant Head Teacher for Inclusion, SENCO, Behaviour and Attendance Consultant and lead practitioner for SEAL. In these roles Hannah has worked at both strategic and operational levels in partnership with pupils, parents, school leads, teachers and teaching assistants and other Educational, Health and Care professionals.
Hannah’s specialism is in SEND and Behaviour, and while her day job is implementing change as Vice Principal in a challenging inner city Alternative Provider, she also provides bespoke coaching, training and support for various schools across the UK , including Alternative Provision and Teaching Alliances. Underpinning her career has been the passionate and focused belief that the emotional well-being, resilience and safety of all pupils including our most vulnerable and troubled young people and families is key to ensuring aspirations, access and achievement.
Hannah’s own “pivotal journey” began when she was a new SENCo at a very challenging urban secondary school back in 2010. Paul Dix & Ollie Frith delivered a ‘Train the Trainers’ programme to a number of key staff and from that moment she was hooked. Having quickly implemented the techniques into her own practice she then followed the podcasts and twitter feed for several years before plucking up the courage to join the team!
The training was thorough, engaging and extremely motivating. Paul and Hannah were both very charming, thought-provoking speakers with a terrific way of delivering the content.
Exceptionally high quality training with attention to every aspect of our stay for the training, from helping us to develop our presentation style to reminding us what a very special profession we are in, and giving us a little treat of staying somewhere so beautiful too. Every child needs their school to have this training.
The training encourages you to be reflective, creative and ignites your passion for teaching all over again. The trainers are non-judgmental, inspirational and understanding of the pressures working in education presents