Lesley-Ann Horder, the Centre Director of Kip McGrath Ossett has over 20 years teaching experience. For the last 16 years she has taught in a Wakefield school and held the post of Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator and Deputy Headteacher there.
Parents are invited to bring their child along for a free diagnostic educational assessment.
This determines the areas of strength and difficulty and identifies the individual learning needs of the student. It also gives parents and students the opportunity to meet with the staff and see the centre .
Tuition takes place after school and at weekends with each teaching session lasting 80 minutes. Children are taught on a 1:1 basis within a small group of up to 5. Each child works at their own pace. They are challenged and extended but never overwhelmed. Our aim is give them the confidence and skills needed to achieve their full potential.