After studying a Chemistry (MChem) degree and then my PGCE at Keble College, Oxford University, I taught for 13 years in an independent school, Hymers College, in Hull. Whilst at the school I came upon the INPP method with its work with individuals at the school who were struggling either with known learning difficulties, or with issues such as balance, coordination, attention, and underachievement for unknown reasons. During that time, I completed the One Day Training Course for Teachers on Assessing Neuromotor Readiness for Learning and School Intervention Programme in 2012.
Following a move to the Cotswolds and a career break for the birth of our three children, I trained as an INPP Practitioner and have qualified as an INPP Licentiate. I believe the INPP Method can be very successful at removing barriers to learning, caused by immature reflexes, and I want to see children be able to engage in their education and to move forward, rather than be held back by a neurodevelopmental issue that can be remedied by an individualised programme of physical exercises. I also qualified as a Johansen provider as often auditory processing difficulties can be detected whilst assessing for the INPP programme, and this is an effective programme for helping.
I am based in Shipton-under-Wychwood (OX7 6BQ), just a ten-minute drive from Burford and Chipping Norton. Please contact me by email for more information, or to arrange a consultation.