Welcome to Bromsgrove!
Our specialist team of tutors provide high quality and personalised tuition for pupils of school-age who are experiencing difficulties with literacy.
Our aim is to provide a supportive and non stressful environment where learning can be fun, engaging and interactive. We strive to boost your child’s confidence and self-esteem, helping them discover that learning can be both enjoyable and effective. Our tutors use their bespoke training in order to engender a love of learning, employing a range of specialist strategies and techniques delivered using a multisensory approach. The lessons are specifically tailored to your child’s needs.
We offer one hour sessions which take place on a Friday evening at the Wendron Centre in Bromsgrove. There are two x one hour sessions which begin at 4.30pm and 5.45pm. We provide literacy support for pupils up to Year 9, working in pairs with their tutor. We also offer Study Skills support in small groups for pupils in Years 10 and 11.
Here are some comments from our parents
Sally Arblaster, Senior Tutor Bromsgrove Workshop
Office Hours Only
I would just like to introduce myself, my name is Sally. I live with my husband and have two children and 3 grandchildren.
I have worked with learners in education for the last 30 years and at least 20 years within special needs education. I have worked in a Dyslexia club, in college and school settings. I am passionate about supporting learners with other needs, especially Dyslexia, my brother, my children and granddaughter are all dyslexic. I understand the frustrations and the joy and motivation of living with children who are dyslexic.
I promote inspiring young people to concentrate on their skills, which are generally creative whilst, underpinning and embedding English and maths.
For example, with my granddaughter she decorates and sells bottles, runs her business and works out her profit and expenditure, she is able to engage with customers and handles her own Sum up account at the age of 12. This embeds life skills, English, maths and communication. She has a very difficult time at school, but shines in her own creative environment.
My hobby is making multi-sensory learning resources and crafting. Spending time with my family is a big part of my life. Socialising with my friends and going to the cinema.
I also love cold water swimming. My coldest swim is 5 degrees!
I am really excited and looking forward to 2023 and joining the group, I hope I will be able to
support and encourage families and young learners to embrace their challenges and
develop strategies to overcome their reading and writing skills.
I am very approachable and want to be able to share my knowledge, ideas to support learning. Celebrate all successes and encourage learning for life!Sally Arblaster