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Highly Experienced and Qualified SEN Tutors

We specialise in helping children and young adults with:
ASC (autism), anxiety, PDA, ADD/ADHD, SEMH, dyslexia, trauma and other Special Education Needs (SEN) & Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND)

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Tutors working with children with anxiety aim to boost the child’s confidence, self-worth and self-esteem so they fully excel.

Tutors working with autistic children have knowledge and understanding of ASC/ autism strategies that aim to support all areas of the child’s development

 

Tutors working with children with dyslexia have the skills and experience which aim to improve reading, writing and spelling skills as well as associated needs such as processing and working memory difficulties.

Tutors working with children with ADHD and/or ADD have knowledge and experience with strategies that help children with ADHD/ ADD focus and access learning.

Tutors working with children with working memory and/or processing difficulties have the skills to help children retain and understand information and ideas.

Tutors working with children with behavioural needs and/or demand avoidance/ PDA understand the importance of developing a positive working relationship.

“From my first contact I knew that they were committed to making sure that parents are matched to a specialist SEN tutor who will work holistically to unlock your child’s potential.”

Why SENsational Tutors?

We provide a matching service to who we consider to be some of the best  private SEN specialist teachers in the UK. 

The SEN tutors have a variety of specialist SEND skills, training and experience to unlock and fulfil your child’s potential.

Your specialist SEN teacher can help with:

   Boosting academic performance in English (including reading, writing and phonics), Maths, Science and other subjects;

   Building confidence and self-esteem;

•   Social skills and friendship development;

•   Behaviour and emotional-regulation support;

   Developing executive functions, study-skills and organisation-skills support;

   Enhancing independence;

   Communication, speech and language development;

•   Homework.

“A set-up so superb and so clearly desperately needed that you can’t help wondering why there’s nothing else like it around. And believe us, there isn’t.”

Selecting a specialist SEN teacher to work with your child:

You can search the platform of SEN specialist tutors who have specialist training, skills and experience, and the personality to
unlock and fulfil your child’s potential. This includes:

Meet some of the tutors

Ayanna

Ayanna has a unique passion, knowledge and understanding for supporting children with special educational needs, including those who have ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia, developmental coordination disorder (previously dyspraxia) and those on the autism spectrum. 

James

 18 years’ experience within education covering the primary curriculum KS1/KS2 through secondary and Further Education KS3,4 and 5 (FE) to Higher Education Level (HE).  Experience and skills not limited to; ASC, ADD/ADHD, selective mutism, PDA, Global developmental delay.

Jessie

Experienced SEN teacher with QTS and OCR level 5 diploma in an SpLD (Dyslexia), and qualified visual stress assessor.  Has worked in the Special Educational Needs sector for 12 years specialising in Dyslexia, ADHD, ASC (autism), ADD, EAL, Dysgraphia, GDD, PDA, dyspraxia, working memory, processing difficulties, Speech and language needs, SEMH needs. 

Richard

Qualified Primary School teacher and Level 3 Forest School Leader. Reception SEN Hub and Key Stage 1 class teacher, working with children presenting with a wide range of special educational needs, including those with Autistic Spectrum Conditions, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorders, Social Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, Global Developmental Delay as well as speech, language and communication difficulties including Selective Mutism.

Sammie

8 years experience working as a teacher within a SEN school, recently leading a satellite class. Taught a range of ages, mostly aged between EYFS and KS1. Specialisms: pupils with ASD, PDA, behavioural needs, communication/ language needs, and ADHD, but have also a large amount of experience with GDD and downs syndrome.

Jenna

Former Head of School in a specialist mental health setting; 20 years experience in mainstream and specialist schools across both primary and secondary age ranges. Gained the Outstanding Teacher award in 2015 and was a SEND advisory teacher in Autism and General Learning Disabilities. I have a Masters in SEND and am in the second year of a  Doctorate of Education with a focus on` hidden’ disabilities.

How can a SENsational tutor improve the wellbeing of my child?

The difference we can make can be profound, but don’t just take our word for it. Watch a testimonial video from a
parent who may be have been in a similar situation to you, to see how we have helped their child to overcome learning
barriers, boost confidence and unlock their full potential.

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Explore our range of SEN tutors for the best support for your child

Book your FREE 20 minute call with Joanna, founder and director, to discuss the individual needs of your child’

“Game changer for us. This was money well spent; high level of professionalism and expertise. Linda helped our daughter immensely and set us on the right course to meet our daughter’s unique needs. Linda not only reassured us our daughter has the capacity to learn, but she also drew upon her in depth experience to give us the tools necessary. Our daughter responded very well to Linda and we couldn’t be more satisfied with Linda, Joanna, and SENsational tutors.”

“Game changer for us. This was money well spent; high level of professionalism and expertise. Linda helped our daughter immensely and set us on the right course to meet our daughter’s unique needs. Linda not only reassured us our daughter has the capacity to learn, but she also drew upon her in depth experience to give us the tools necessary. Our daughter responded very well to Linda and we couldn’t be more satisfied with Linda, Joanna, and SENsational tutors.”

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