Jane Clark

I have taught locally throughout my teaching career, working across all age groups from infant to adult.

I have enjoyed a range of opportunities including being a Deputy Headteacher at a primary school, a SENCo in secondary schools and developing a Learning Support Hub for Warwickshire’s Pupil Reintegration Unit. I have also worked in prisons providing learning assessments for offenders.

I am particularly interested in enabling learning for vulnerable people who for many reasons have previously experienced barriers to success. For me, this involves empowering people to understand their strengths and develop their resilience.

Qualifications: Cert. Ed., B.Ed., PGCE (General Learning Difficulties); PGCE (Specific Learning Difficulties); O.C.R. Diploma for Teachers of Pupils with Specific Learning Difficulties; SpLD Assessment Award Practising Certificate; Full Member of the Professional Association of Teachers of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties (PATOSS)