Who Do The Tutors Help?

Specialist SEN support for children and young adults with...

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 ASD/ 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.

Tutors working with children with speech, language and communication needs have the experience and skills to help children access learning in different ways, e.g. with visual support.

Tutors working with children with dyspraxia aim to help by implementing dyspraxia specialist strategies and ideas to help their children progress.

Tutors working with children with dyscalculia understand that Maths can be a challenge and that dyscalculia specialist strategies and ideas should be utilised during the 1:1 sessions.

Tutors working with children with dysgraphia know that writing can be a difficult and that dysgraphia specialist strategies and ideas should be utilised during the 1:1 sessions.

Tutors working with children with SEMH (social, emotional and mental health) aim to develop a trusting and safe relationship.

Tutors working with children with sensory and/or auditory processing difficulties are able to adapt their teaching to ensure that the environment is suitable for the child.

Tutors working with children with complex and medical needs such as those who have cerebral palsy, epilepsy, visual impairments, acquired brain injuries or who are deaf have the skills and understanding to help the child excel on a 1:1 basis.

 

Tutors working with children with other special educational needs such as Down’s Syndrome, OCD, hypermobility and executive functions needs have extensive amounts of experience to help children fulfil their potential.

“I just knew she was the right tutor for our 8 year old son who was recently diagnosed with High functioning autism (ASD). Siri is warm, approachable, very professional and has great sense of humour. She has loads of SEN experience and is able to follow my son's lead. Every week I am astonished to see that my son stays in the room learning and engaging with Siri for an hour and a half when I could not get him to sit for 15 minutes during home schooling. I would definitely recommend SENsational Tutors to anyone who is looking for a tutor for their SEN kids.”

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