Children who have Specific learning difficulties such as Dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia can find it difficult to access the curriculum and the work they are taught in the classroom environment. Specific learning difficulties affect the way information is learned and processed, and can affect literacy, memory, coordination, and the manipulation of letters and numbers. Some children face a constant struggle with reading and writing and many are at risk for developing low self-esteem, particularly when their condition goes undiagnosed and/or untreated. This where an assessment might help to understand the learning needs of a child. Additionally, a SpLD tutor can help by working with you as a parent to develop the right plan for your child.  

It is my mission to support children with dyslexia, to understand their difficulties and create a tailored learning plan so they can achieve their full potential. I have a wealth of experience identifying the symptoms of dyslexia and success stories of empowering children to learn the tools they need to learn to feel confident and eventually succeed. I believe in developing a strong rapport with the children I teach, to get to know their strengths in learning so as to help build up their weaker areas of ability.