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When should Reading Intervention be considered?

  • A Child's Comprehension is Compromised and they feel left out or left behind.

  • Their Confidence is Damaged & their self-esteem suffers.

  • Their Spelling or Vocabulary is limited & they may be seen as slow, miss opportunities to make progress and contribute.


Read better and read faster for Reluctant Readers

The key to student growth is teaching the reader at just the right level and at the right pace for them.  Using this simple formula, students no longer struggle. They focus on building their foundation skills and beyond.


Test & Interview Cost    £50.00 Years 1-4

                                      £175.00 Years 7+


Test & Interview Cost includes a report and consultaton

This critical information provides the tutor with essential direction when choosing the child's starting point and designing the reading activities just for them.



Years 1-3: 30-minute 1 to 1 private tuition: £38

Years 4 and older 60-minutes 1 to 1 private tuition: £76


+ £35 (2021 prorated Jan to Dec 31) online registration and materials


Evidence-Based Research & Years of Experience.

The challenges of dyslexia, poor perceptual memory and wondering focus provide the student with opportunities to adapt and succeed in Reading and Reading Comprehension. The reading specialist uses evidence-based techniques that lead to positve reading outcomes.


From testing to creating a successful reading pathway, I develop a programme in which your child will feel confident in mastering reading.


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I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your effort in assisting with his learning over the past few months.  We have seen a huge improvement in so many things but most of all in his confidence.  One of the noticeable changes in him is his willingness to read..., 2 months ago he would not even attempt it. Parent of a Year 4 student.