She is offering tutoring services for children and adults requiring intervention in literacy and numeracy learning.
Her educational background includes a Masters of Education (Specific Learning Difficulties) from the University of Melbourne and Montessori qualifications and experience. D.) supporting children with learning difficulties. She uses a strength based, multi-sensory approach to improve organisational skills and literacy and numeracy outcomes for people who learn differently.
I use structured, multisensory teaching to develop reading and spelling skills and I also have experience and training in working with children with difficulties in numeracy.
I enjoy teaching and work best with children from Year 1 to Year 5.
This, paired with a love of teaching synthetic phonics as a literacy approach, lead her to teaching children privately in a one-to-one tutoring setting.
I currently work three days a week as a Learning Support Teacher working with Years 1 to 6.
I was involved in the assessment and teaching of dyslexic children in primary and lower secondary schools for over 10 years in the UK and Singapore.
I have lived in the North Eastern suburbs of Melbourne for 12 years now.
Sarah believes in empowering learners by teaching them strategies to better access classroom learning opportunities.
Diagnostic assessments Specialist tutoring for students with dyslexia aged 7 - 14 in reading, spelling, writing, and maths Teacher training Support and advisory services for teachers, parents and adults with dyslexia Sarah worked as the reading and spelling co-ordinator at Fairley House School, which is an independent day school for students with dyslexia and dyspraxia.