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Elizabeth qualified as a secondary school teacher in 1990 and has worked in schools in the Midlands as well as Yorkshire teaching humanities subjects as well as English. She holds a postgraduate diploma in dyslexia and literacy from Middlesex University as well as a current APC from PATOSS which enables her to offer diagnostic assessments.
She has a wide range of experience teaching mainstream classes as well as offering support to those who needs extra intervention at GCSE level as well as for those who are struggling in the foundations of reading. She has trained and managed teaching assistants within both primary and secondary schools and has led workshops on dyslexia and autism spectrum disorders.
She also holds two postgraduate certificates from Leeds University and York University and was formerly a senior teacher and assessor with Dyslexia Action in Leeds and Sheffield. She is passionate about supporting those with literacy difficulties.
Carolyn qualified as a secondary school teacher in 1994 and has worked in state and independent schools in Yorkshire and abroad. She holds postgraduate certificates in dyslexia and literacy from Middlesex University and York University, as well as a current APC from the Dyslexia Guild which enables her to offer diagnostic assessments.
Carolyn has extensive experience of assessing and applying for exam access arrangements in line with the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) regulations. She also has a masters degree in Deaf Education and is a qualified Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator which has enabled her to lead on supporting students with developmental difficulties effectively through identification, intervention and staff training, since 2006.
Carolyn is passionate about supporting students to overcome their barriers to learning, nurturing self-belief and supporting the realisation of their potential and aspirations, in and out of the classroom.
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