- On-Line Training for Move to Learn
- June 2018: Mary has been asked back to the Dyslexia Association of Singapore Conference, where she will share her research on music and dyslexia.
- April 2018: Mary has been invited to present at the largest international conference for P.E. specialists in Germany.
- Conference in Italy
- Doctoral research on the experiences music teachers have of working with students with dyslexia
I am very privileged to work with Mary. She is a natural leader, transforming her knowledge and wisdom into something beyond learning, perhaps best described as vision, passion and compassion. When I watched her training I was glad that I had met someone with so much positive energy, love of children and above all contribution. It is such a gift to know her as she truly contributes to education. The recent training she gave to Highgate staff was but a simple taste of what she can do to transform…
‘ Can’t wait to start this for my children at home and in the classroom’. ‘ Fabulous and fun and good pace kept interest and activity flowing’. ‘ Very thought provoking and informative.’ ‘I am excited to go back to school and tell everyone: Give it a go!’.
Highly recommended! I would certainly like to incorporate Move to Learn in our setting working with 3-5 year olds.A good mix of listening, moving and watching videos.Mary was very warm and gave the information in an engaging manner.
My son George has almost completed a programme with Mary. I can honestly say the results have been life changing for George, great improvements have been made to his concentration and self- confidence which has given him a successful school life and most importantly George is a much happier little boy!
Mary is a committed professional who ensures that her quality of delivery remains forever high and I would strongly urge any of you to contact her for advice and guidance in relation to children with additional support needs.
My son is very hard working and diligent, yet he had to work twice as long on any homework than was necessary, particularly work that required a lot of reading or writing. He has dyslexia, and his school supported him really well with their learning support department. But I did feel that there was some sort of hidden barrier that he had to jump each time he did written passages. His writing and spelling were bad, and would often trip up his mark; it is difficult for teachers to reward the…
I am pleased to see that you have now had several books published since we last met. I am sure they must be helping to improve outcomes for children like my John, back in 2008. Your assessment of him was spot on, and it was good for him to learn that there are reasons why he is finding school and relationships difficult. Thank you for your recommendations and we have been following the programme every day. John is now feeling much more confident about getting on with other students and he…