How do parents describe Abigail Gray?

“…articulate, thoughtful, in touch with students and families alike.”  Leda, September 2013

If your child has special educational needs then you may benefit from some practical and professional help with:

• Understanding the diagnostic reports you have received
• Choosing the right school
• Talking to schools about your child’s provision, support and progress
• Requesting assessments
• SENDIST tribunals
• Knowing how to support your child at home

Your child may benefit from specialist:

• Teaching
• Coaching
• Support for examinations (including access arrangements practise)

I can offer you practical advice and support based on:

• 22 years of experience in SEN
• 12 years of leadership, as Deputy and Head of independent specialist school (CReSTeD DSP registered)
• SpLD qualified teacher status
• Extensive knowledge and experience of statutory processes
• Extensive SENDIST tribunal experience
• Independent Schools Association approved SEN Consultant
• Experience of providing SEN training programmes to educators on a local and national level