Stroud, Tutoring and assessing primary and secondary children.
I am a primary trained teacher with 30 years of teaching experience. For 15 of those years I was a primary SENCo (special education needs coordinator). I completed the 2 years of my post-graduate training for dyslexia in 2007 and hold the relevant qualifications for both teaching and assessing dyslexic individuals.
I am now a part-time Support Teacher at a local secondary school, alongside private tutoring and assessing. I am a volunteer trustee for Gloucestershire Dyslexia Association. The students I teach privately range from 8 to 15 years. I am also trained as a Forest School Leader, but sadly have not had the opportunity to work within this field for a long time but try to bring the ethos into my dyslexia work.
Dr Georgia Niolaki Accredited Member of the British Dyslexia Association (AMBDA)
Assessment for children and adults.
Gloucester, Tutoring children primary and secondary.
Dyslexia and Dyscalculia Assessor and Teacher for primary age children around the Cotswolds and Gloucestershire
Marion is a bright dyslexic who has personal experience and empathy of a challenging school and university life. Through her courses, teaching dyslexics in primary schools and taking part in a two-year BDA Sound Check project (2013-2015), she has explored and developed strategies for herself and applied them successfully to her teaching and assessment recommendations. She strives to help primary age children understand and overcome their barriers in life-skills and their literacy/numeracy to become independent learners.
Tutor: Bernadette Lee
I have worked for many years in a local prep school and live in Leckhampton. I have always had a special interest in dyslexia. I have taught many children who have presented with learning difficulties. Having specialized in literacy teaching for many years, I have much practical experience in the ways learning difficulties impact on a child’s progress and how to help.
Cheltenham (Near Lido) Tutoring primary and secondary children.
Nicola has over 25 years’ experience working with dyslexic pupils of all ages in
schools, for the GDA and privately, to improve their literacy, numeracy, study skills
and confidence. She has also taught ICT at secondary schools and at the University
of Gloucester. She is presently teaching older clients for the Read Easy charity.