Testimonials

‘This rates as one of the most useful, clear and direct training courses I have attended in 15 years! Thank you.C. Luxford, Headteacher/SENCo, Milton Abbot School, Tavistock

 Wow.  That is single-handedly the most comprehensive and helpful report we have had all year!’– Reception class teacher – Penryn Primary, Aspire MAT, Cornwall

Fantastic both in delivery and content.”  Huw Marshall, Intervention Lead, Rhiwbeina Primary School, Cardiff

‘An excellent training session with lots of practical ideas to use’, Julie Wilkinson, Lead Teacher, Wroxall Primary, Isle of Wight

Excellent and informative – thank you. I have a clear picture of what I need to do next. Nothing for you to improve! Nicola Neale, Headteacher, Leedstown School, Cornwall

It was a fantastic morning – learnt so much- so productive,’ C. Callow, Deputy Headteacher/SENCo, Trewirgie Infants & Nursery School, Cornwall following Consultation visit.

Great to have lots of new, practical ideas and strategies…thank you’  K. Greenwood, St Cuthbert Mayne Joint Catholic & C of E Secondary School, Devon

 ‘Fantastic training with friendly, informative trainers – am going away feeling positive, more informed – one of the best training sessions I have been on.’  J. Holman, Wilcombe Primary, Devon

Great to have the time to do this and have your expertise – nothing to improve!’  J. Williams, Archbishop Benson Primary, Cornwall (following the SEN Code of Practice Workshop)

 ‘HUGE thank you.  Had an inspection on Thursday and it went brilliantly’ – Thanks a million –  Helen Casson, Looe Community Academy, Deputy Headteacher/SENCo (re Exam Inspection following Access Arrangements Testing)

“This course provided “off-the-peg” materials and ideas which I can implement immediately.”  Gareth Herring, Teaching Assistant, Penryn College, Cornwall

‘Thank you. The training was the best I have been on for a long while and is certainly training that I would recommend to others’, Deputy Headteacher/ALNCo , Cardiff.

Really useful and  relevant course with lots of strategies to use back in the classroom’, Alison Evans, Teacher, Gurnard Primary School, Isle of Wight

‘Sue assessed our 6 year old son at school after he found the transition into Year 1 challenging and he was struggling to concentrate; resulting in really disruptive behaviours.  We were all really struggling at home and school because we didn’t know how to support him effectively to change his behaviours.  From the outset of the assessment we felt that Sue really listened to (and understood!) our concerns and we were able to input to the assessment from our perspective.  After the classroom observation and one to one assessments, Sue provided verbal feedback then a full report containing recommendations that were both practical and achievable, both in the classroom and at home.  His classteacher implemented some of the strategies the following week and found a couple worked with immediate positive results.  We couldn’t believe it!   We all accepted that it might take a bit of time to find the right strategies to meet his needs, but the changes in our son’s behaviour have been amazing and the feedback from his school has been overwhelmingly positive.  There are now far more good days than bad and we are genuinely grateful to Sue for really understanding the root causes of our son’s challenges and for the emotional and practical support she gave us (and the teaching staff) throughout the process.’ Sarah W – Parent