095F785D-D7EF-46D3-9405-B3535BC06A71ACT4SEND is led by Sue Willis.  Sue has a vast wealth of experience in the field of inclusion.  She has worked as an Advisory Teacher since 2013. Previously she taught in schools for 14 years and was a Special Needs Co-ordinator for 8 years. Throughout her career, Sue has continued to develop her knowledge of SEN through a variety of learning opportunities.

The focus of her action research project for her Masters degree was Developmental Co-ordination Disorder, working with pupils in her class to develop their motor skills. Sue has studied Specific Learning Difficulties through a Postgraduate Diploma and is a qualified dyslexia and dyscalculia assessor. She also has experience of tutoring as a dyslexia specialist teacher. Sue remains up to date with changes in SEN policy through reading and webinars, and has recently attended Talk Boost and Portage training.

Sue Willis 

BSc (Hons) QTS Masters in SEN  PG Dip in SpLD  AMBDA  APC