Sarah has a broad experience in education which is very wide-ranging. She worked as a tutor and taught within a school; from teaching English as a second language to focussing on dyslexic children once she gained her diploma. Sarah also learnt a great deal about study techniques and NLP. Sarah worked with Lucy at Osborne Cawkwell for six years until 2008 and, now that her children are a bit bigger, she joins us again in the office on a part time basis. We look forward to benefitting from her energy and pragmatism once again.
Formative years spent…in Lancashire, singing and enjoying the outdoors.
Mind honed at…Clitheroe Royal Grammar School (A levels in English Literature, Classical Civilisation and Government & Politics) and School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (BA Hons in Japanese Studies).
First student…September 2002, tutoring a girl sitting her 11+ exams.
Since that she has taught…over 100 children from the ages of 5 to 16 in study skills and literacy. Since gaining a teaching Diploma in Specific Learning Difficulties, Dyslexia, in 2007 she has been a dyslexia specialist working predominantly in London prep schools.
She’s also…worked closely with parents, teachers and other specialists within the school environment, providing SEN related information, classroom ideas for multisensory learning and study skills programmes, and has also given presentations on Specific Learning Difficulties.
What else…Sarah is a mother of two small children, which keeps her on her toes. She enjoys dinner parties, cycling, picnics in Bushy Park, and getting a full night’s sleep whenever possible.