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About Jude

I have been working with children, young people and families for over 20 years in a variety of settings, predominantly with children looked after and children with autism and ASD’s.

I believe passionately in providing the best possible experiences in education for children looked after and children in need to help them to achieve their full potential by adopting a holistic approach to improve their emotional wellbeing.

I am also a fully qualified ‘Relax Kids’ coach and thoroughly enjoy delivering sessions in which the benefits to the whole class are apparent.

I have and do work closely with schools and local authorities across Cumbria, Cheshire, Merseyside, Greater Manchester and the West Midlands.

If you think you or a school, carer or family you know would benefit from the support services that Educla can offer, please don’t hesitate to get in touch

A service that provides 1:1 bespoke support packages for pupils in school

  • Transition support

  • Training for school staff in

    • Attachment Disorders

    • Autism in education

    • Improving educational outcomes for children looked after

  • 'Relax Kids' Sessions

  • Private Tutoring

Relax Kids Sessions

I am qualified as a 'Relax Kids' coach and I will be offering sessions to schools and communities.


  • 1:1 education support for children and young people

  • Training to schools

  • Advice and guidance to carers and families

  • ‘Relax Kids’ sessions for schools and after school clubs

  • Parent/carer and child ‘Relax Kids’ sessions

  • Relax Kids Parties

  • 1:1 children and young people’s support sessions

  • GCSE Support

  • PEP Support


Also offering training to schools, carers and other professionals in the following areas:

  • Attachment disorders

  • Autism in education

  • Improving educational outcomes for children looked after

  • NLP

  • Childhood behaviour

New research shows that being in care doesn't necessarily mean children's education will be impacted upon negatively; it is the impact of what occured prior to coming into care that may be detrimental to their education.
The right support can narrow the gap between achieving educationally for children looked after and non-looked after.
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