SEN specialists across the North of England

Address

30 Skipton Road

Earby

Lancashire

BB18 6PX

Contact

07725357489

Hours

Mon-Fri:

In schools

8.30am - 5:30pm

Sat and holidays:

Private

arranged with the client

Social

ADys Specialist Ltd

ADys Specialist Ltd offers bespoke school support through; SEN consultation and advice, exam access arrangements, as well as specialist teacher reports and full diagnostic assessments. All assessments are conducted by a fully qualified specialist teacher with AMBDA status (Associate Member of the Dyslexia Association) or SEN coordinator who holds a current DBS certificate and relevant Master's qualification in SEN coordination.

We also offer support to private individuals through assessments for Dyslexia and Dyscalculia which can then be used to guide support in their own schools.

We have supported a number of schools through recent OFSTED inspections. moving schools from inadequate to good with outstanding features. In all inspections SEN was highlighted as a strength of the school.

Through many recommendations by school advisors, head teachers and SENCos, ADYS Specialist is now supporting numerous individual schools and clusters of primary and secondary schools. Alongside this ADYS Specialist also provides bespoke support for numerous other schools in the North of England.

Company Directors

Claire Ashton

BA (Hons), PGCE, PgCert in SENCo, PgCert SpLd Dyslexia, PgCert SpLd Dyscalculia, AMBDA, ATS, MBPsS, SpLdAPC (Patoss)

AMBDA No: 5056

PATOSS No: 500001987-IF6637

I am a specialist teacher with AMBDA status, registered with the British Dyslexia Association and PATOSS.

As a specialist teacher, in both dyslexia and dyscalculia, the assessments I carry out produce legally recognised written evidence required to initiate additional support for children.

I am also a reflective and experienced SEN coordinator with the National Award for SEN.

To ensure I am up-to-date with my knowledge and to enable me to share good practice I am an associate tutor at University helping to deliver the Master level degree in Inclusion and SEN.

Clare Woodcock

BEd (Hons), NPQSL, PgCert SpLd Dyslexia, AMBDA, ATS, SpLdAPC (Patoss)

AMBDA No: 02042

PATOSS No: 500002741-IF8222

I am a specialist teacher with AMBDA status, registered with the British Dyslexia Association and PATOSS.

As a specialist teacher in dyslexia the assessments I carry out produce legally recognised written evidence required to initiate additional support for children especially surrounding access arrangements and JCQ regulations.

I am also a reflective and experienced SEN coordinator with over 12 years experience in Secondary and Primary education.

I enjoy furthering my own knowledge and I am currently working alongside Claire in developing a range of resources and interventions for publication to support learners from EYFS to Key Stage 4.

Why us?

  • Highly recommended by senior advisors in Lancashire as a model of good practice
  • Highly qualified teachers, senior leaders and specialist teachers
  • Competitive rates for your school budget
  • Take the worry out of SEN, for all involved
  • JCQ compliant for exam access arrangement at secondary and post 16 level
  • Up to date knowledge of all areas of SEN and education across all phases
  • Advisor role regarding the best practice and interventions for children who need support, with training provided for staff where necessary
  • Policies and procedures kept up-to-date and relevant to your school including SEN Information report and local offer
  • Enthusiastic and passionate about getting it right for the individual child and school
  • Guidance and support through your OFSTED inspection with up-to-date knowledge and confidence
  • Personal experience of SEN
  • Organisation and attention to detail
  • Personable and empathetic
  • Professional with integrity
  • Bespoke packages for you and your school
  • Calm and consistent approach even when the school is in 'crisis'
  • Friendly and approachable with children, staff and parents
  • Supportive 'critical friend' for all members of staff
  • Efficient turn around of support offered and resources to assist your school and your children to flourish and meet their true potential where only the best will do!
  • Collaborative approach with existing SENCos and new to role SENCos to support their practice