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‘Tutor Tuesday’ – Marlo Kinnear


A profile of one of the Dyscalculia Network teachers and assessors – Marlo Kinnear

Marlo Kinnear

I teach part time in a primary school as a Year 5 class teacher and part time as a specialist teacher working with learners who find Maths/English challenging.  I completed my Post Graduate Certificate (Level 7)  in Education, Dyscalculia and Dyslexia  at Edgehill University.  I am now able to assess and diagnose Dyslexia and Dyscalculia and make recommendations for access arrangements.

In reference to services offered – I see students in their school.


Presently undertaking National Award for SEN Coordination NASENCO with Real Group
Post Graduate Diploma – Merit (Level 7) Education (Dyscalculia) Edgehill University September 2021
PG Cert SpLD – Merit (Level 7 – Dyslexia) with AMBDA/ATS December 2021

Level 5 Diploma in Strategic Teaching and Support for Dyslexic Learners – Dyslexia Action June 2018
EAL Academy/ University of Greenwich (Level 5) – Supporting the learning of pupils with English as an additional language (EAL) in multicultural settings -2020 (online course)
Kingston University Masters Professional Studies in Education (EBD) 2004-2006
(QTS) Qualified Teacher Status in the United Kingdom 2005
University of Winnipeg, Canada Bachelor of Education Degree Elementary stream (K-8) major in Physical Activity and Sports Studies, minor in English. 1996-2000
Red River Community College, Canada Fetal Alcohol Syndrome/Effects Support Worker Program 1998-2000
Graduated from Churchill High School (honours) – 1996

Assessment at: Tutors home / place of business.

Preferred Age Range:    7-15 years

Contact: [email protected] or 0798 606 7711

Based: Wandsworth, London Borough of Wandsworth, Greater London, England, SW18 1UJ, United Kingdom

Website: mkdda.co.uk

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