SENTAA - Special Educational Needs Teaching Assessment and Advice

Julie Showell and Libby Whitson are specialist teachers who aim to support schools in meeting their statutory responsibilities in relation to pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). SENTAA delivers high quality assessment, intervention and advice for schools and settings in order to enable children and young people with SEND to make the best possible progress.

 Why choose SENTAA? 

Julie and Libby are highly motivated, dedicated specialist teachers each with over 15 years of experience of working with pupils with  SEND. They are also continually updating their knowledge of new developments by attending regular training courses and through membership of professional bodies such as British Dyslexia Association, British Psychological Society and NASEN .

They have wide experience across a range of schools in Solihull and are highly valued within these settings.

SENTAA are able to support pupils from Foundation Key Stage  to the end of Key Stage 2.

SENTAA can offer a range of support including:

Teaching - high quality specialist literacy and maths interventions for individuals or small groups of pupils.

Assessment - ranging from informal observations, monitoring of progress for pupils at SEN Support or with an EHCP, to focused assessment with a written report providing individualised recommendations.

Advice - Consultation and advice for whole school development of SEND. Advice and training for SENCOs, teachers and support staff.

By agreeing to purchase a package of hours from SENTAA Ltd you will be guaranteed consistent support from either Julie or Libby. This will ensure that you will be dealing with a practitioner who can build a relationship with your school, staff, children and parents in order to provide support tailored to the school’s particular needs.