Sean


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Sean has lived in Cardiff since 1987. He has worked in both mainstream and special schools across South Wales; for the last six years in senior leadership positions. Sean has completed a Masters Degree in Special Education as well as the National Professional Qualification for Headship. He has worked with young people who have a wide range of learning needs as well as social and emotional difficulties.

He has always strived to be creative in unlocking children’s potential. Sean is delighted to be able to support the charity in its ambition to help and encourage young people with Dyslexia.

 

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9 months ago
Craig Keane on Twitter

Thanks for the tweet @craig_keane. We all value your help and support @TomorrowsGen #Dyslexia. https://t.co/te0VKCHMXD

“Love spending every Wednesday at @TomorrowsGen ! Highly recommend for those with dyslexia in #Cardiff #Wales #Education Every week I hear the kids saying they want to attend full time - I can see ... See more

9 months ago
For some children, reading feels like a cryptic code. We can help them crack it

Retweeted SEN Consultancy (@SENConsultancy):

For some #children, #reading feels like a cryptic code. We can help them crack it
https://t.co/rHhxBA6YGD #dyslexia #SEN #SpecialNeeds

With many children struggling with reading in some way, there’s a wealth of evidence to help teachers support students

10 months ago

Pob lwc i'n disgyblion sy'n cystadlu / Good luck to our pupils who are competing @EisteddfodUrdd @S4C yr wythnos hon / this week. Ewch amdani! / Go for it! #Urdd2018

10 months ago

Retweeted British Dyslexia (@BDAdyslexia):

Our colleagues @MadeByDyslexia are asking parents & teachers about their experiences with dyslexic children in education. Take part here! ... See more

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