Our Specialisms



Autism – Specialism SEN Tutoring



Asperger’s – Specialism SEN Tutoring



Dyslexia – Specialism SEN Tutoring

Which Special Educational Needs do we support?

Our experienced specialist SEN tutors can assist students with a diagnosis of, or possible:

  • Autism
  • High-functioning autism (formerly known as Asperger’s Syndrome)
  • Dyslexia
  • Speech and language delay
  • Dyspraxia
  • Dyscalculia
  • Sensory needs, including sensory processing and auditory processing disorder
  • ODD (oppositional defiance disorder)
  • PDA (pathological demand avoidance)
  • Global Developmental Delay
  • Down’s Syndrome
  • SEMH (social, emotional and mental health) and behavioural challenges
  • Focus and concentration difficulties
  • Memory difficulties
  • Other SEN needs

How do we support children and young adults with SEN (Special Educational Needs)?

Our private specialist SEN tutors can provide your son or daughter with 1:1, high-quality learning (English, Maths or Science) tuition, and/or communication, social-skills, study-skills, executive function skills and behaviour support. All sessions are specifically tailored towards your child or young adult’s individual SEN requirements.

We teach a wide range of ages (from 4-25 years) either at home (UK or abroad), in school or online.

We take our time to get to know your son or daughter so we can understand how they learn best. We adapt our teaching styles, work at a pace which works best for them, and can use a number of specialist tools, strategies and interventions to suit their personal needs. Our aim is for every single student to feel confident whilst progressing fully in their development.

Possible strategies and interventions which we can incorporate into the sessions include, but are not limited to:

  • Multi-sensory techniques;
  • Visual and pictorial approaches;
  • Structured reading, phonics and spelling schemes;
  • Pre-teaching, over-teaching and repetition;
  • Assistive technology e.g. text-to-speech, C-Pen or Topscan Text Scanner and Text Reader;
  • Paired and choral reading;
  • Role-play, drama and acting out scenarios;
  • Music and rhythm techniques;
  • Zones of regulation to support emotional regulation;
  • Literacy and/or Maths educational games and toys;
  • Computer games, Apps and other technology;
  • Study-skills and revision-skills-development strategies;
  • Executive function development strategies (organisation, planning and time-management-development);
  • AAC (Alternative Augmented Communication), e.g. PECs, Makaton;
  • Touch-typing;
  • Memory games and techniques;
  • Hands-on and practical Maths activities;
  • Practical and fun science experiments.

We focus on matching SEN specialist tutors to children or young people with a wide range of additional and Special Educational Needs (SEN)

To find out how we can help your child or young adult

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