SEND & reading support led by Dr Sarah Moseley

Dr Sarah MoseleySEND & reading Consultant

Sarah is a literacy and inclusion specialist focusing on empowering all learners, embracing neurodiversity and SEND. Sarah provides face to face or online training, consultancy, information and support for professionals and families from all sectors. Sarah is  passionate about making a positive difference to the lives, attitudes and outcomes of those neurodiverse learners who may struggle to learn.  Sarah has over 25 years’ knowledge and experience within special and mainstream education up to Headteacher level, as well as a solid research background rooted within the psychology of learning, that includes a Masters and PhD in Special Education. 

Sarah recently published a book on ‘Teaching Reading to All Learners’ and writes regular articles for several key industry publications.  Throughout her career the one constant has been her belief in people and that everyone can succeed in the right environment, with the right support and equal access to opportunities. Sarah aims to bridge the gap between theory and learning, to create a culture where high expectations thrive, improving outcomes for all. Through the creation of inspirational learning opportunities, raising expectations, and removing barriers for all learners. ’

5.10.23 Using tech to support and develop reading for learners with SEND
16.11.23 Creating a multi-sensory toolkit to support learning, behaviour and well being
30.1.24 Teaching phonics and decoding skills
8.2.24 Teaching reading to all learners: 3 session programme
6.3.24 Assessment and evaluation of reading strategies for reading difficulties for learners with SEND
24.4.24 Teaching reading to all learners: 3 session programme
21.5.24 Making phonics practical for the neurodiverse classroom – Phase 1 and beyond
25.6.24 Teaching reading to all learners: 3 session programme
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