Exam time is a stressful time for everyone. For some though, examinations can trigger serious forms of anxiety that can prevent students from achieving their potential. In this blog, Emily, a qualified teacher and SEN tutor, outlines ten top tips to help manage exam induced anxiety.
Emily November, 2021
In this blog article Meredith outlines some of the barriers to learning autistic students can face and offers some strategies to support them.
Meredith November, 2021
In this blog, Emily, a qualified SEN teacher, explores Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. This article is aimed to help teachers of children with CPTSD and contains advice for parents and carers seeking support from school for their child.
Emily September, 2021
In this blog, Jonathan - a teacher who has taught special educational needs classes in schools and professionally tutored students with autism, dyslexia and attention deficit disorder - breaks down five of the most common special educational needs found in UK schools and provides some advice for teaching those who have SEN.
Jonathan May, 2021
In this blog, Emily (a qualified teacher and professional tutor) offers advice to parents of children with dyslexia. Identifying dyslexia as early as possible will put the right support structures in place and ensure a child can thrive.
Emily October, 2020
Wondering if your child’s special educational needs (SENs) will be taken into consideration during school entrance exams? This blog outlines who may be eligible for exam concessions, which arrangements can be made to assist your child in their exams and how to get your child the best support available for them to succeed.
Meredith February, 2020
Seven plus entrance exam preparation can be a stressful experience for both parents and students. This blog post outlines 5 mindfulness techniques to add some calm and joy to the process. It has been written by Meredith, an Owl Tutor with a background in psychology and counselling.
Meredith September, 2019