Vicky Ringer

BA (HONS), MA, PGCE, Diploma in Specific Learning Difficulties, Post Graduate qualification in Special Educational Needs, PATOSS

Vicky Ringer is a Specialist Dyslexia Teacher and an Assessor of children with Specific Learning Difficulties. She has a Post Graduate Diploma in Specific Learning Difficulties.  She is a member of the British Dyslexia Assocation and holds a practising certificate.

 

Vicky has 12 years experience of teaching both mainstream and special educational needs. She decided to specialise in dyslexia after teaching lots of children within the mainstream classroom who displayed good understanding verbally but struggled to write down their ideas, found it difficult to remember ideas and were often disorganised. She saw how having a diagnosis of dyslexia and being taught in a dyslexia friendly way, could raise a child’s self-esteem and self-belief that they can achieve in the world. Vicky understands how difficult school can be for dyslexic students and is committed to helping them realise their potential through having a dyslexia assessment and through recommending appropriate strategies of intervention. She understands the concern and frustration parents often feel if their child is underachieving and works carefully to assess and recognise the child’s difficulties. 

Sarah Patel

BA (HONS), MA, PGCE, Diploma in Specific Learning Difficulties, PATOSS

Sarah Patel is a Specialist Dyslexia Teacher and an Assessor of children with Specific Learning Difficulties. She has a Post Graduate Diploma in Specific Learning Difficulties.  She is a member of PATOSS and holds a practising certificate. 

 

Sarah has taught for thirteen years in schools around West Yorkshire and specialises in working with primary aged children. Sarah is experienced in working with dyslexic children, both in a one to one and a whole class situation.  She recognises the importance of dyslexia friendly practice in schools and is able to advise teachers on how to help dyslexic students feel included in their educational settings.  Sarah understands the value of being diagnosed with dyslexia and how a diagnosis may help a student to discover their learning strengths, enabling him or her to overcome struggles to read and write.

 

 

Yorkshire Dyslexia are proud to support Yorkshire based children’s brain tumour charity, Levi’s Star. 

 

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REMEMBER 
Early recognition and appropriate intervention are keys to success!