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Online, Private Tutors for Students with Special Educational Needs

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    Verified Tutors

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    Compassionate Teaching

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    Lessons start from £80 per hour

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How Dyslexia Affects Learning In Students

  • How Dyslexia Affects Learning In Students

    Dyslexic students may struggle to understand the connection between written words and the sounds they make (phonological awareness), making decoding and recognising words difficult. They may read slowly and struggle with fluency, comprehension, and understanding complex texts. These issues are not because of a lack of practice but how the dyslexic brain works.

  • Spelling Difficulties

    Dyslexic students may struggle to understand the connection between written words and the sounds they make (phonological awareness), making decoding and recognising words difficult. They may read slowly and struggle with fluency, comprehension, and understanding complex texts. These issues are not because of a lack of practice but how the dyslexic brain works.

  • Writing Difficulties

    Dyslexic students may struggle to understand the connection between written words and the sounds they make (phonological awareness), making decoding and recognising words difficult. They may read slowly and struggle with fluency, comprehension, and understanding complex texts. These issues are not because of a lack of practice but how the dyslexic brain works.

  • Maths Difficulties

    Dyslexic students may struggle to understand the connection between written words and the sounds they make (phonological awareness), making decoding and recognising words difficult. They may read slowly and struggle with fluency, comprehension, and understanding complex texts. These issues are not because of a lack of practice but how the dyslexic brain works.

  • Self-esteem and Motivation

    Dyslexic students may struggle to understand the connection between written words and the sounds they make (phonological awareness), making decoding and recognising words difficult. They may read slowly and struggle with fluency, comprehension, and understanding complex texts. These issues are not because of a lack of practice but how the dyslexic brain works.

  • Processing Speed

    Dyslexic students may struggle to understand the connection between written words and the sounds they make (phonological awareness), making decoding and recognising words difficult. They may read slowly and struggle with fluency, comprehension, and understanding complex texts. These issues are not because of a lack of practice but how the dyslexic brain works.

Supporting Students With Dyslexia

  • Understand Dyslexia

    Knowing more about dyslexia helps you tailor your approach for assisting them to address their specific strengths and weaknesses. Consulting with professionals such as educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your student’s situation.

  • Use Multi-Sensory Learning Techniques

    Knowing more about dyslexia helps you tailor your approach for assisting them to address their specific strengths and weaknesses. Consulting with professionals such as educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your student’s situation.

  • Use Visual Aids and Assistive Technology

    Knowing more about dyslexia helps you tailor your approach for assisting them to address their specific strengths and weaknesses. Consulting with professionals such as educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your student’s situation.

  • Encourage Regular Breaks

    Knowing more about dyslexia helps you tailor your approach for assisting them to address their specific strengths and weaknesses. Consulting with professionals such as educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your student’s situation.

  • Offer Encouragement and Support

    Knowing more about dyslexia helps you tailor your approach for assisting them to address their specific strengths and weaknesses. Consulting with professionals such as educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your student’s situation.

  • Individual Support

    Knowing more about dyslexia helps you tailor your approach for assisting them to address their specific strengths and weaknesses. Consulting with professionals such as educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your student’s situation.

How Can A Dyslexia Tutor Help Me?

  • Understand Dyslexia

    We help educate all people about dyslexia. Consulting with professionals such as expert educators or educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your child’s situation.

  • Visual Aids and Assistive Technology

    We help educate all people about dyslexia. Consulting with professionals such as expert educators or educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your child’s situation.

  • Encouragement and Support

    We help educate all people about dyslexia. Consulting with professionals such as expert educators or educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your child’s situation.

  • Individual Support

    We help educate all people about dyslexia. Consulting with professionals such as expert educators or educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your child’s situation.

  • Customised Learning Plans

    We help educate all people about dyslexia. Consulting with professionals such as expert educators or educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your child’s situation.

  • Increased Confidence

    We help educate all people about dyslexia. Consulting with professionals such as expert educators or educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your child’s situation.

The Special Educational Needs Support Experience At Sunbeam Education

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    Understanding And Compassionate Tutors

    Our tutors provide individualised expert support, and patience from first-hand experience; we help students thrive academically while encouraging them to grow as individuals.

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    Improve confidence in learning

    We work with school or homeschool students to build their confidence in their abilities. We teach through positive reinforcement and compassionate understanding.

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    Reduce emotional distress

    We have developed teaching techniques that are designed to reduce stress and anxiety around learning. A calm environment is critical for learning.

How To Hire A Good Tutor For SEN From Sunbeam Education

  • Find A Tutor Who Works For You

    Find the perfect tutor by assessing their skills and compatibility. If you can’t decide, feel free to send us a message or schedule a free call.

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  • Schedule A Free Introductory Chat

    Book a free introductory call with us to discuss options and ask any questions you may have about our process of supporting students with ADHD/ADD.

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  • Onboard Your Tutor

    As soon as you feel confident in our methods and procedures, you can begin your course immediately by enlisting the help of one of our experts.

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What Our Clients Say

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    “Since started working with Alex my confidence has grown massively. Our sessions relaxed but also productive and always positive. Alex carefully explains every topic in detail.”

    Jodie

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    “Working with Alex has broaden my perception of working with ADHD and enabled me to tailor revision techniques to specifically engage my brain. I find him to be very motivating and encouraging.”

    Jess Not

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    “Alex has been coaching Harry in support of his A Levels and has built up an excellent and productive working relationship. Harry feels much more confident, organised and ready for the exams to come”

    Andy Beale

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    Jane Doe

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    “Our teenage daughter benefits enormously from Alisha and Alex’s tutoring techniques which are guided by their personal experience of ADHD. I would highly recomend Sunbeam Education.”

    Guy Grewar

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We help educate all people about dyslexia. Consulting with professionals such as expert educators or educational psychologists can also be beneficial in comprehending your child’s situation.

  • How do people with dyslexia learn best?

    Dyslexic individuals learn best through multisensory, structured, systematic and cumulative teaching methods, as these simultaneously engage all the learning pathways in the brain (kinesthetic, visual, auditory). This could involve using physical letters for phonics, writing in sand, or picture imagery for reading comprehension. Orton-Gillingham and Wilson Reading Systems are popular methodologies. Additionally, they may thrive in a supportive, understanding environment that encourages self-paced learning and offers positive reinforcement. It’s vital to highlight their strengths alongside areas of difficulty, ensuring they maintain self-esteem and motivation. Each person’s learning preferences can vary, so personalisation is crucial.

  • Can people with dyslexia overcome it?

    Dyslexic individuals learn best through multisensory, structured, systematic and cumulative teaching methods, as these simultaneously engage all the learning pathways in the brain (kinesthetic, visual, auditory). This could involve using physical letters for phonics, writing in sand, or picture imagery for reading comprehension. Orton-Gillingham and Wilson Reading Systems are popular methodologies. Additionally, they may thrive in a supportive, understanding environment that encourages self-paced learning and offers positive reinforcement. It’s vital to highlight their strengths alongside areas of difficulty, ensuring they maintain self-esteem and motivation. Each person’s learning preferences can vary, so personalisation is crucial.

  • What things are hard for people with dyslexia to read?

    Dyslexic individuals learn best through multisensory, structured, systematic and cumulative teaching methods, as these simultaneously engage all the learning pathways in the brain (kinesthetic, visual, auditory). This could involve using physical letters for phonics, writing in sand, or picture imagery for reading comprehension. Orton-Gillingham and Wilson Reading Systems are popular methodologies. Additionally, they may thrive in a supportive, understanding environment that encourages self-paced learning and offers positive reinforcement. It’s vital to highlight their strengths alongside areas of difficulty, ensuring they maintain self-esteem and motivation. Each person’s learning preferences can vary, so personalisation is crucial.

  • How does dyslexia affect students?

    Dyslexic individuals learn best through multisensory, structured, systematic and cumulative teaching methods, as these simultaneously engage all the learning pathways in the brain (kinesthetic, visual, auditory). This could involve using physical letters for phonics, writing in sand, or picture imagery for reading comprehension. Orton-Gillingham and Wilson Reading Systems are popular methodologies. Additionally, they may thrive in a supportive, understanding environment that encourages self-paced learning and offers positive reinforcement. It’s vital to highlight their strengths alongside areas of difficulty, ensuring they maintain self-esteem and motivation. Each person’s learning preferences can vary, so personalisation is crucial.