Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Advice for families with Special Educational Needs

Do you have a child or young adult with learning difficulties?

We know that children and young adults with learning difficulties can struggle in regular school. As a result, individuals usually fall short of their academic potential. This can lead to a loss of self-esteem and confidence and behavioural concerns and a detrimental impact on their relationships — both in and out of school.

Our skilled consultants offer guidance as well as tailored coaching programs. We can also work directly with your child’s school to ensure they receive the most meaningful and fulfilling education possible.

If your requests are outside of our scope of expertise, we will gladly recommend you to external consultants that specialise in your requirements.

Contact us online or give us a call on 0207 060 4494 to speak with us.

Special Education Needs Advice - Expert Tuition


SEN stands for special educational needs, and it refers to specific learning difficulties or other disorders that make learning more difficult for some students than others. Depending on the severity of their disability, children with SEN may simply require extra assistance or a completely different approach to learning.

According to the NHS, approximately 1.5 million people in the United Kingdom have a learning disability, demonstrating how common these are.

SEN refers to a wide range of educational needs. Most of the time, such learning difficulties affect students’ cognition, communication, and/or concentration, as well as their literacy and numeracy skills. SEN also includes mental health issues that can cause increased anxiety or stress while learning. As a result, such students may exhibit a distinct lack of self-confidence and self-esteem within an educational setting, as well as behavioural issues that can have a negative impact on their relationships – both in and out of school.

Our tutors and expert consultants have assisted children with a broad range of SEND needs, including, but not limited to:

  • ADHD
  • ADD
  • Anxiety
  • Autism
  • Dyscalculia
  • Dysgraphia
  • Dyslexia
  • Dyspraxia
  • OCD
  • ODD
  • Physical Health Problems
  • PDA