Our Special Educational Needs (“SEN”) tutors are all qualified teachers with additional experience and qualifications in supporting children with SEN. We believe one to one support can make a huge difference to a child’s education. Our SEN tutors can provide support across a range of school entrance, GCSE and A-level subjects. Below, you will find a list of our tutors and further information. Refine your results by using the search box above, or view each SEN tutor below:
Meredith is a passionate and engaging teacher who has over 11 years of teaching and tutoring experience in London and abroad. After gaining a First in Psychology she went on to complete her PGCE at the prestigious teacher training department of the University...
Katie is an experienced primary school teacher who taught for over twenty-five years in different schools across the country before becoming a full time tutor. For the past five years, she held the position of Deputy Headteacher at one of The Sunday Times top...
Having qualified as an 'Outstanding Teacher' from the prestigious TeachFirst programme, Rahul currently works as a PhD researcher in Politics and Children's Wellbeing at Strathclyde's Institute for Inspiring Children's Futures.
In over 9 years...
Tips and advice from our expert SEN tutors.
Recent changes to the National Tutoring Programme mean that many schools are now empowered to choose their own tuition provider to help their students. Owl Tutors provides qualified teachers for one-to-one support and have worked successfully with a number of schools. This article sets out why your school may benefit from choosing an Owl Tutor.
Here at Owl Tutors we believe every child and young person should have access to high quality, specialist tuition. We also believe education is best handled by professionals. That is why all of our tutors are experienced and qualified teachers.
Students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) should also have access to teachers who are trained and qualified to support specific learning needs. We have a number of teachers who are qualified to support students with SEN.
In this section you will be able to view our specialist tutors, read about the SEN areas we can support with and find useful links to other organisations and information.
Currently, we have teachers qualified to support children and young people with the following SEN requirements:
Please note that we provide supplementary support focused on education needs. We cannot provide clinical diagnoses, clinical advice or therapeutic treatments. If you think your child has an undiagnosed Special Educational Need, we recommend you speak with the school SENCO and an Educational Psychologist in the first instance.