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Sarah Botfield

Sarah Botfield

I am a very proud mum and a wife and we live in Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan. I work as a specialist teacher in a secondary school and have recently obtained my MA SEN/ALN in Dyslexia. Followed by my MSc in Dyscalculia. This enabled me to become a full member of the British […]

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Dr Fiona Campbell

About Me My daughter was diagnosed with dyscalculia six years ago. Unsupported at school she fell further and further behind. My frustration with her school, that did not recognise dyscalculic learners or have in place procedures to support them, turned into action. I am now a specialist dyscalculic tutor working towards a PGDip at the

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Heather Bird Profile

Heather Bird

I am qualified to assess for and diagnose dyscalculia and dyslexia. I have a current APC and AMDBA. work within the Essex, Suffolk, Hertfordshire and Cambridge areas. I am also a qualified teacher and SENCo although now retired from teaching.

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Ellie Tuck

Ellie Tuck

I qualified as a teacher with a BA (Hons) Degree in 2014, and after 3 years of teaching in a primary setting, I decided I wanted to specialise in SEN. I completed a Master’s Degree in Dyslexia and SpLDs 2018 before working in a Secondary Independent Boarding School, teaching Year 9- Year 11, for 5

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Helen Nelson

Helen Nelson

A Specialist Teacher and Assessor of Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia & Dyscalculia), recognised by the British Dyslexia Association as a Level 7 practitioner and also holder of an Assessment Practicing Certificate with Dyslexia Guild. Passionate about making a real difference to young people’s lives through assessment, teaching and mentoring. With a personal interest and continuing

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Nicola Stimson

Nicola Stimson

I qualified as a teacher in 2005 and have been working in education since this time. I trained as a Music and English teacher in secondary education, before becoming a specialist advisory teacher for a local authority. In 2018 I gained my Post Graduate Certificate in Dyscalculia with Advanced Teacher Status and in 2020 I

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Louise Langford

As an approved Level 7 Dyscalculia Assessor with a current practicing certificate (APC-PATOSS), I carry out full diagnostic assessment reports written to SASC standards, that include recommendations for school, specialist teaching and home. I can also provide a Dyscalculia screener with a summary report that incorporates a profile of the pupil’s maths skills and key

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Nichola Evans

Nichola Evans

I trained as a secondary maths teacher over 20 years, and worked in schools up until 2010.  At this point I moved into teaching maths in FE – I specialised in teaching basic skills maths and GCSE to those on the C/D border.  Wherever I worked there was a large number of children with undiagnosed

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