Who We Are
Changing Chances is on a mission to improve the life chances of children and young people who struggle at home, in the classroom and beyond. We are passionate about understanding the reasons that lie behind behaviour difficulties. And we love sharing our approaches and strategies to empower children and their adult supporters to build new skills and make positive changes for the future.
Meet our core team
Co-founder of Changing Chances, is a former primary school Headteacher. She is a tutor at the University of Sussex and a qualified coach. Kit is determined to bring about big changes in how challenging behaviour is tackled in the education system and beyond.
Kit believes in “building unconditional, positive, supportive relationships between adults and children.”
Alison believes that “coaching is a powerful catalyst for change – it’s not just a nice chat.”
Co-founder of Changing Chances, is a former senior leader in a local authority and in secondary schools. She is a qualified coach, working with school leaders and people with neurodiverse conditions.
Is a former Deputy Headteacher with 23 years of teaching and leadership experience from Early Years to KS4. She is currently a primary education advisor and a university tutor for the University of Brighton.
Leslea believes that “behaviour change can only happen when high expectations are coupled with high support.”
Introducing our wider team
We also draw on the expertise, knowledge and enthusiasm of a wider team of professionals that includes:
- Educational and clinical psychologists
- Serving headteachers and school leaders
- Careers advisors