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Spotlight Education

Liz Murray

What does Spotlight Education Support offer?

Personalised consultation; bespoke advice and practical support for educators and parents of children with a range of learning needs or diagnosed Special Educational Needs. Please see Support Options for more specific information.

Why could it help your child?

Life moves fast in busy schools; teachers work hard to support large groups of children.  The school Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo) works hard to design provision for many children who all have very specific needs, but no-one works harder than the child with a learning barrier or disability.  One size for provision certainly doesn't fit all, and yet, with limited time and budgets this is often the best that schools can do.


Who needs this support?

Children with suspected learning needs or diagnosed Special Educational Needs and Disabilities such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, dysgraphia, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, ADD, visual/hearing impairments, speech and language difficulties.

Parents who would like more personalised support strategies for their child than they are currently receiving at school.  Or, for parents who are concerned that their child might have an undiagnosed learning need.

Schools who would like support with training and CPD to enhance their SEND provision, or support for their SENCo.  Please also look at the free resources.

​How can we help?

The key to effective provision is that it is personalised for the individual

Signposting Strategies:  I provide a specialist service to assess, interpret and signpost strategies needed for an individual child to make progress.  

​School Liaison: I support parents to communicate effectively with schools and other SEND professionals.  

​Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCP): I offer professional advice and support in relation to Education, Health and Care Plan applications.

School Support:  I offer bespoke training and support to enhance and improve your SEND provision.

Click here to find out more.

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