About Us

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SENsational Tutors provide home-based, specialist SEN tuition to children and young adults aged 4-25 in and around London, to boost confidence and inspire a love of learning. We specialise in matching highly-experienced SEN tutors, therapists and other specialists, to children with additional and special educational needs (SEN) including ASD (autism), ADHD/ ADD, dyslexia, Down’s Syndrome, Global Developmental Delay, behavioural challenges, sensory needs, language delay, focus and concentration difficulties, memory difficulties and other needs.

Our carefully selected team create and provide bespoke sessions based on your child’s individual needs; this can be their academic performance, communication, behaviour or sensory needs, or a combination of all of the above. Our unique method helps children discover the tools to develop independence alongside helping them to progress fully in their learning and other areas of development.

We understand that life can be challenging when you have a child with SEN - we aim to make your life, as a parent, easier and will work together with you as a team. We are always on hand to share any advice and recommendations for you to help at home. That’s also included as part of the SENsational service! We develop a network of support around you and your child, so that you can feel fully supported and understood. Whenever possible, we will also connect with the teachers, SENCos and other professionals (e.g. speech and language therapists, OTs) so that you can feel assured that your child is receiving the best possible support.

Our services are available in and around London and your child can be supported in the comfort of their home. Get in touch with Joanna or search for a specialist SEN tutor near you to begin your child's private journey with us.

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Meet Our Director Joanna Gibbs

Joanna’s career working with children started when she worked as a behaviour and educational advisor for the National Health Service. She has an exceptional understanding of the primary years curriculum and the training, experience, and skills necessary to be able to plan and deliver exceptional educational and behavioural support to all children and families.

Following attendance at the University of Leeds where she completed her undergraduate degree in Linguistics and Phonetics, she enthusiastically worked as a Behavioural Needs Assistant within a NHS multidisciplinary team in Coventry, UK.

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