Specialised Tutoring for children with SEN Special Educational Needs Tutoring On The Wirral
Metamorphosis Educational Consultancy can help your child to achieve their potential. Whether you have concerns about your child starting school or pre-school, or whether you feel that your child is not making the progress they deserve, or whether your child or teenager has a diagnosis of dyslexia, dyscalculia or other specific learning difficulties and you need a specialist literacy or numeracy tutor, Metamorphosis Educational Consultancy can help.
Our patient, experienced specialist tutors will support your child in developing the necessary skills to thrive. We offer a unique tutoring service because not only do we teach your child for as many or as few sessions as you need, we also help you to help your child at home.
As specialist SEN Tutors, we believe that children and young people learn best when they are happy and confident in their own abilities. Our kind, calm and supportive staff have many years’ experience of working with children from age 2 to 16, and we will listen to them and to you to find out not only what they need to learn but also how they like to learn.
We offer exam readiness and SEN tutoring on the Wirral peninsula.
We are proud to say that we work in partnership with The Thumbs Up Educational Programme, which aims to make a positive change to the mental health of young people. The Thumbs Up Programme is presented in schools to enable children to develop resilience, self-confidence and emotional wellbeing by using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy techniques. For more information please see their website.
As working mums, we understand how difficult it is to help your child. Perhaps younger siblings make it difficult to spend 1:1 time with your child, or perhaps you have time to help but don’t know how. Sometimes, children just don’t want to learn from Mum and Dad.
As children move through their school career, it can be a difficult time for parents to establish just what is needed to motivate and support their young person. We can help.
We can suggest ideas and strategies to make learning memorable and meaningful. We also offer an ongoing, free email support service for as long as your child is having lessons with us.
As teachers, we know that children tend to forget what they have learned over the summer holidays, and that going back to school in September ready for the next year of learning can be a challenge. We are offering four different options to combat this:
1. Weekly sessions for an hour a week
2. An 'intensive week' - an hour a day for 5 days
3. Consultation sessions - come and talk to us and see how we can help you to help your child
4. A full diagnostic assessment for dyslexia and dyscalculia (difficulties with Maths)
Contact us to book - these summer sessions are very popular.
We are different. Not only do we offer tutoring for children and teenagers, and advice and support for parents, we can also offer bespoke training for schools, charities and community groups. We have over 40 years’ teaching and SENDCo (Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator) experience between us, and are well-placed to advise and help.
We are highly skilled and experienced teachers with specialisms in literacy and numeracy tuition, and specialist dyslexia teaching for all age groups. We offer a bespoke service to concerned parents and will do our utmost to help your child be the best they can be. We can help you to help your child.
Children who have already learned and understood basic literacy and numeracy skills are best placed to blossom in the classroom. Our skilled specialist staff will assess your child to understand just what they need to learn. For example, they may need literacy skills, so, through a variety of short, fun games, your child will begin to learn to hear sounds in words, to recognise letters and to put these letters together to make words. Perhaps they need help with mathematics - they need to learn to recite numbers in the correct order, to match each item they are counting with a number name, to find one more and one less than a number, and to recognise numerals. Maybe your child likes ‘Frozen’, or perhaps they love dinosaurs? To prepare them for the challenges of school, we will devise relevant activities which teach these vital skills in imaginative and fun ways.
At Metamorphosis Educational Consultancy, we understand that we need to empower our children and young people with the skills to take ownership for their learning. This means that in addition to their developing literacy skills, we also need to teach our children how to spot their own mistakes, how to self-check and how to self-correct. This enables our children to develop autonomy and to access those higher order thinking skills required for life in the senior school and beyond.
At Metamorphosis, we pride ourselves on nurturing exam readiness through confidence and self-efficacy in our young people. We are very experienced in helping children with low self-esteem to realise success and to learn how to transfer the skills they learn into all areas of learning.
We believe that we provide a unique service: SEN Tutoring on the Wirral. We offer a free telephone conversation during which we can assess whether we can help your child. We then suggest that you visit our premises and tell us more about you and about your child. Some parents prefer to visit on their own, and some bring their child. During this session, we work out, with you, a plan detailing how to help your child, which we email to you afterwards. If you would like to book teaching sessions for your child after this visit, you can book as many or as few as you like. There is no obligation, and no contract. You simply pay for the sessions you have.
We have two teaching spaces on the Wirral. One, in Irby, is set up for younger children, with a waiting room for parents, who can see their child at all times through the glass partition. Younger siblings can play with the available toys, and parents can make themselves a cup of tea or coffee. You may also leave your child with us for the session, if you prefer. In Higher Bebington, our teaching space is more suitable for older children and teenagers.
Turn up Sandy Lane North. It is an unadopted road and may be bumpy in parts. Turn left at the top of the lane, and drive past a paddock on the left, and a row of cottages on the right. Follow the track as it bends sharply round to the right. Go down the hill, and park at the bottom. Go through the gate marked ‘Hazeldene’.
With easy access from the Clatterbridge roundabout and the M53 motorway network, our teaching space in Higher Bebington is easy to find, being just off Mount Road.