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Our aim is to improve education opportunities for all students so they can fulfil their potential
Who are we?
Education Solutions is run by Rosie Sisson and Hayley Hayes to provide advice and support for parents, carers and other professionals. Rosie has been a teacher for 22 years and has a background in English, Literacy, SEN, EAL and Inclusion. She has worked in a number of schools in London and the South West and more recently in an advisory capacity for the local authority. With her tutors, she specialises in devising bespoke support programmes for children of all ages and abilities. Hayley is Primary trained and worked in a number of schools locally before becoming headteacher at a Bristol primary school. After having her children, she stepped back into the classroom where she has been ever since.
What do we do?
We provide a variety of services for parents, individual students, schools and Social Care.
Advice and support for parents
One to one tuition at home and in school
Support with transitions and reintegration
Bespoke education packages for vulnerable children and young people
Support and advice for parents
We provide support and advice for parents on how to best support your children with their learning and school place.
Whether your child is struggling at school or you are unsure of how their learning needs are being supported, we are able to give you guidance or signpost you to where you may be able to get further help.
Working with other professionals
We work closely with schools, Social Care and other external agencies. We provide creative solutions to a range of education based problem and devise bespoke education plans for vulnerable children. We can pull together the concerns of a range of different parties and then agree the best possible education outcomes for the children involved. We can support and advise at PSP, PEP, CLA Reviews and TAC meetings.
In the News...
We are delighted to welcome Hayley Hayes to the Education Solutions Team. Hayley is a hugely experienced primary trained teacher
Why are so many SEN students excluded from school? Because we are failing them.
From the Guardian
Primary school admissions 2017: How to appeal if your child missed out on their first choice
From the Independent
Rosie really took the time to listen to my concerns and come up with some practical solutions to the problem my daughter was experiencing.
— Parent of a child with specific learning difficulties.
The tuition was very helpful for my child because he had always felt too nervous to ask questions in class. The tutor was able to get to the bottom of his misunderstanding about certain topics in chemistry.
Parent of a GCSE science student
Thank you so much for supporting F over the last year while she was out of school. We couldn't have navigated the school system without your help. You really seemed to understand F's needs and get the right school for her.
Carer of a foster child.