My Teaching Career
I started my career in early childhood learning, have taught in primary and secondary state schools and obtained two masters degrees relating to learning difficulties. To me working with students with ASD and dyslexia is far more rewarding than being a classroom teacher as it is always exciting to see the links and progress made within individuals when the light bulb is switched on and they can reflect on how far they’ve managed to come.
Dedication and Support
I am dedicated in supporting students and adults with ASD and dyslexia to reach their full potential. My lessons are targeted, engaging, and flexible, based upon your individual needs. I also look at ways to boost your child’s self-esteem. For students with learning difficulties, this can be extremely important as they can feel inferior to others, are often reluctant to ask for help or to accept it and can ‘slip through the cracks’. This is achieved through patience and my ability to establish rapport.