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SEN children who are home tutored receive one-to-one attention so that their education is adapted specifically to meet their needs, pace and style of learning. When taught in the home environment children are able to relax and enjoy their learning. Good SEN teachers communicate regularly with parents so that they can better understand their child's learning style, needs and progress. Common SEN conditions that affect children include Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Asperger's Syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Anxiety Disorder and Working Memory Difficulties.
Dyslexia is a common learning difficulty that can affect reading, writing and spelling. Although known as a reading disorder, dyslexia is thought to be caused by difficulties with information processing. Children with dyslexia can find it difficult to process and remember information that they hear and see, but they can be very able with problem-solving skills, and demonstrate high levels of creativity. Dyslexia can occur alongside other conditions such as dyspraxia, dyscalculia and attention deficit disorder. Dyslexia can run in families.
Dyspraxia is also known as developmental co-ordination disorder and is a common condition that can affect movement, physical coordination and fine and gross motor control. Children with dyspraxia may appear clumsy, have difficulty with tasks that include balance and coordination; and struggle with writing, drawing, typing and other educational activities. Dyspraxia can affect a child�s ability to manage their emotions and deal with social situations. It can also affect speech and articulation.
Dyscalculia is a learning disorder that affects one's ability to understand numbers, maths concepts and carry out mathematical calculations. Children suffering from dyscalculia may show high levels of anxiety during maths lessons and have difficulties learning mathematical facts. Children with dyscalculia often show difficulties that are below the expected level for their age. They may struggle to count backwards, recognise digits, and have difficulty understanding numbers and place value; and struggle to remember simple facts.
Autism, also known as Autistic Spectrum Disorder, is an umbrella of developmental conditions that affect communication, social interaction and behaviour. Autism can range from mild to very severe and children with autism see, hear and experience the world in a different way to others. Autism can affect a child's ability to socialise, make friends and interpret people's feelings. Autism can cause difficulties with listening, understanding and concentrating.
We connect you to the best teachers who work across several of the best primary and secondary schools in Leek (some detailed below). This means we can reliably provide you with a local and experienced tutor that fits your needs.
Leek primary school performance:
The Leek area has 21 primary schools (one of the top being St Mary's Catholic Academy with 22% of pupils achieving at a higher standard).
From their latest Oftsed report:
The Leek local authority has an average of 65% of students meeting the expected standards in reading, writing, and maths at primary school age (vs England's average of 65%). And has an average of 10% achieving higher standard (vs England's average of 11%).
Leek secondary school performance:
The Leek area has 6 secondary schools (one of the top being Westwood College with 44% of pupils achieving grade 5 or above in English and Maths GCSEs).
From their latest Oftsed report:
The Leek local authority has an average of 37% of students achieving grade 5 or above in English and Maths GCSEs (vs England's average of 43%). And has an average of 95% of students either staying in education or entering employment after GCSEs (vs England's average of 94%).
Leek Ofsted ratings:
87% of Leek schools have received at least a 'Good' Ofsted rating, with 1 schools receiving an 'Outstanding' rating in their last evaluation.
Source: Gov.UK Website