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Jacqueline Heywood

Jacqueline Heywood

Jacqueline Heywood specialises in Education Health Care Plans (EHCPs), Autistic Spectrum, ADHD and School Attendance Difficulties.

Jackie has an academic background in social science from LSE. Following her degree she qualified as a teacher and has taught extensively in state and Independent schools as both a mainstream and specialist teacher.

She has worked as a Head of Department for both her academic teaching of social science and as a SENCO following postgraduate training.

Joining Latymer Upper School in 2003 Jackie developed an innovative and unique department open to all pupils and specialising in neurodiversity and disabilities. Her experience developing an academic mentoring scheme in involving many pupils and student was extremely successful.

Working successfully with many pupils with Education Health Care Plans has given Jackie experience and a high level of specialist knowledge in working holistically for diversity and inclusion in schools.

“Jacqueline Heywood passionately believes that we need to maximise the academic potential and wellbeing of all children.”

Jackie has always used a strength led approach to understanding and realising the individual child’s ability to be academically successful and meet academic demands through building their academic confidence and love of learning. She has been highly successful in helping many pupils and students achieve highly and realise their academic and personal ambitions.

“Of all the testimonials we’ve ever been asked to write, this one for Jackie Heywood, is the easiest. Jackie headed a unique and innovative department at a school where our son was a pupil. During his time at school he had considerable difficulties. Jackie fought for him, she was phenomenal at communicating to staff teaching him his particular needs. She arranged supplemental teaching for him both at school and at home. She facilitated the referral for his assessment at the Lorna Wing Centre and, ultimately, she provided essential evidence when he went to University, in short, without Jackie, our son would not have secured his place at University and would not be where he is today. Jackie is one in a million, and we can’t recommend her highly enough!” NT04/02/21

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