“Whether your child needs specific SEND support; whether you need an impartial SEND consultant to talk through options for your child, or you are confused by the way forward, I can help.”
Sarach Cox is a Senior Consultant and SEND Specialist at Osborne Cawkwell Tuition. She has spent 18 years teaching young people, and 13 of those with students with a Specific Learning Difficulty. Sarah is passionate about students receiving the best as well as most effective tutoring support.
Sarah gained a post graduate diploma in Dyslexia/SpLDs at the Hornby Centre in 2007. She has worked as a Dyslexia specialist teacher in London Prep schools (including Notting Hill Prep, Garden House School and Thomas’s in Clapham). Sarah has garnered both a huge amount of knowledge and experience of what support SEND students need.
Sarah Cox bridges the gap between the guidance a student receives from an educational psychologist or SENDCo in school, and the work a tutor does with a student at home. She delivers tutor training as well as ongoing guidance to our tutors in study skills and SEN-related topics. Sarah ensures tutors feel confident working with students with learning differences.
“Sarah Cox has a wealth of experience in Specific Learning Difficulties. Gathered from her Post Graduate Diploma, her various tutoring roles and her position of Learning Support Teacher at Notting Hill Prep.
She developed excellent relationships with pupils, parents and colleagues. She was also often a source of support and shoulder to lean on.
Using cognitive approaches, Sarah Cox always demonstrated a deep understanding of how children learn. This was at the forefront of her methodologies.”
– Mrs L, London
Sarah’s special area of interest is in developing tutor training and awareness in how to support neurodiverse students effectively. Osborne Cawkwell Tuition was shortlisted for Organisational Member of the Year (2019) by the British Dyslexia Association. Our nomination was a result of Sarah raising dyslexia awareness as well as providing dyslexia training to tutors.
She has written numerous articles on SEN-related topics for The Tutor’s Association and also appeared as a guest speaker on Radio Veralum’s Parent Show, ‘Literacy and our Children’ with Kathy Weston.
Please contact Sarah on firstname.lastname@example.org