Specialist Dyslexia Teacher KS1-KS3


Ma SpLD (Dyslexia) 2015

Certificate Solution Focused Therapy 2008

CELTA (Certificate English Language Teaching Adults) 2012

PTTLLS (Preparing to Teach Adults in the Lifelong Learning Sector) 2009

Certificate SpLD (Dyslexia) 2003

Post Graduate Diploma Art Psychotherapy 1998

PGCE (Primary) 1992

BA Hons Combined Studies Art & Design (1st) 1986

London Diploma Art & Design (Mural & Stained Glass) 1984



Professional Bodies Memberships

AMBDA (Associate Member British Dyslexia Association)

BAAT (British Association Art Therapists)

PATOSS (Professional Association of Teachers of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties)

(DBS Certified)


Dyslexia Assessor

Carolyn has an Assessment Practising Certificate to assess and diagnose Specific Learning Difficulties. She works in the Disabilities and Dyslexia Services Department at a top London University as a dyslexia assessor.


OCR Level 7 Diploma in Specialist Teaching and Assessing

OCR Level 5 Diploma in an SpLD (Dyslexia)

Irlen Certificate; assessment of the visual perception difficulty (Irlen Syndrome)

Professional Development Program, Standard Teaching Certificate. Valid QTS certificate-

Simon Fraser University- Vancouver, Canada

RSA Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language-

International House School- Rome, Italy

Bachelor of Arts in Education-

Trinity Western University- British Columbia, Canada

(DBS Certified)


Dyslexia Assessor, Teacher & Consultant

Modupe has worked as an English teacher for more than twenty years across different education sectors including Primary & Secondary schools and College’s, teaching English and Literature and Functional Skills. For several years, she was the programme leader for the Access to Teaching Course at Barking and Dagenham College where she taught Cognitive Development, Language Development and other SEN units like Dyslexia. While in this capacity, Modupe developed an interest in understanding neurodiversity and its implications for students who learn differently. As a result, she ventured into the SpLD field and studied to be a specialist teacher and assessor, committed to maximising potential, making progress and improving attainment. 



M.A. SpLD (Dyslexia) SpLD (Dyslexia)

SpLD (Dyslexia) - Level 7

M.A.Ed. [Leadership and Management]

                           PGCE (PCET) English (QTLS)                      

          B.A.ED. English Honours          

Professional Bodies Memberships:

AMBDA (Associate Member British Dyslexia Association)

PATOSS (Professional Association of Teachers of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties)

Society for Education and Training (QTLS)

(DBS Certified)

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Founder & CEO (BA Hons, PGCE post 16 FE)

Diagnosed with Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Irlen Syndrome, Elizabeth set up this charitable organisation. She has also recently been diagnosed with Dyscalculia. After identifying a gap in support services, She took it upon herself to support adults with Dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties, who want to start their own business, go back to further education or improve their employability skills.

 "I felt I needed to help other Dyslexics who may be struggling within the education and self employment system or within the work place."


Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (Lifelong Learning) (post 16)

BA Hons Human Resource Management/Sociology  

PTLLS-Level 4 Award in Preparing to Teach in the Life Long Learning Sector  

NVQ Level 3 A1 Assessor

(DBS Certified)


Neurodiversity Consultant (PGDipADDS)

Jannett Morgan is a teacher, trainer, consultant and coach with twenty years’ experience in further and higher education and more recently as a leadership and management training provider in the private sector. Since 1998, Jannett has supported students and employees with ‘hidden’ disabilities, mainly the neurodivergent learning differences of dyslexia and dyspraxia, working part-time as a neurodiversity tutor at several universities and as an independent consultant in the workplace.



Cert. Ed.

PGDipADDS (Level 7)


Jannett is also a member of the Associate of Dyslexia Specialists in Higher Education (ADSHE) and a member of the Professional Association of Teachers of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties (PATOSS).

(DBS Certified)


Dyslexia Consultant

​Kymberlee is a Lecturer, Dyslexia Consultant and School Governor with experience in primary, secondary and tertiary education. Kymberlee specialises in diagnostic assessments, one-to-one/small group tuition and exam access arrangements and is committed to making a positive impact and seeing young people’s lives transformed through education. With diverse experience in teaching and supporting vulnerable families, Kymberlee aspires to inspire young people by improving their confidence and self-esteem in order to help them overcome barriers they may face academically and socially.


Masters in Specific Learning Difficulties (Dyslexia)

(University College London) 

Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Post 16)

(University of Greenwich)

 BA (hons) Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management

(London South Bank University)

Professional Bodies Memberships:

Associate Member of the British Dyslexia Association (AMBDA)

Professional Association of Teachers of Students with Specific Learning Difficulties (PATOSS)

Society for Education and Training (SET)

(DBS certified)


Neurodiversity Coach & Consultant (BA (Hons), PGCE MFL, L5 Cert SpLD, FHEA)

Emma Allsopp currently coaches senior staff and strategists in leadership and management development in UK organisations and HEIs, her favourite coaching flavour being solutions-focused in order for clients to take a self-directive role in sessions. Clients are able to bring their own goals for development that blend with coaching into self-efficacy, self-regulation and an attitude of curious experimentation in trying alternative solutions to bring about change.
Emma also has a special interest in championing the talents of people with neurodivergent profiles.


ILM L7 Certificate in Executive Coaching and Mentoring, Academy of Leadership and Management

9295 Certificate in Adult Learner Support  (HCT)

OCR Certificate for Teachers of Learners with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD)             

(Herefordshire College of Technology (HCT)

PGCE Modern Languages

(University of Sheffield)

BA (Hons) Russian 2:1, distinction in spoken Russian

(University of Bristol)

Professional Bodies Memberships:

Member - Association for Coaching

Professional QA Tutor, Association for Dyslexia Specialists in Higher Education (ADSHE)

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

Member of the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM)

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Wendy Solomon is a mother of 5. She has a daughter and grandson who are both dyslexic. Wendy is a passionate supporter of A2i Dyslexia and wants to be able to play a significant part in sculpting the future of the organisation.


Co-Vice Chair BAME Committee G.L.A

Robert has an undergraduate diploma in employment law and has held many titles, some of which include Co-Vice Chair BAME Committee G.L.A,Vice Chair G.L.A Branch Unison, Recruitment officer, Health and safety officer and he has been a Unison rep for 15 years. Robert is also a promoter of Health and Wellbeing and a Motivational speaker.

Tracey Partridge

Tracey Partridge is a Senior Lecturer of Lifelong Learning, in the Department of Secondary LLTE and PE & Sport at the University of Greenwich.

Tracey is interested in dyslexia and how students are supported within the Higher Education (HE) environment, particularly on the Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) Lifelong Learning Sector (LLS) programme. She presently supports dyslexic students and intends to implement a small research project to study the effectiveness of the support. Tracey lectures on a range of courses in the PGCE Further Education (FE) programme and tutors both full time and distance learners.

She has a particular interest in learning theories, and coordinates the Professional Development Portfolio course as well as trainee teacher placements for students on the full time PGCE and mentors across all our Lifelong Learning programmes.

Prior to joining the university, she was a full time lecturer in Politics and Course Coordinator at Tower Hamlets College. Here, she undertook a number of mentoring roles on a range of courses as well as responsibility for coordinating Key Skills (Functional Skills) across the college. Whilst there, she also undertook training in diagnosing and supporting dyslexic students through the London Language and Literacy Unit at Southbank University, and qualified to train teachers to diagnose and support dyslexic students.

Tracey was a member of the working group, looking at English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) learners with dyslexia and delivered a number of workshops, training sessions and co-authored a publication as a guide for tutors in this field.

Cllr LEONIE COOPER, Vice Chair


Leonie is a British Labour Party politician. Since May 2016 she has represented Merton and Wandsworth in the London Assembly. She has served as a Councillor on the Wandsworth London Borough Council since 2006, representing Latchmere 2006-10 and Furzedown Ward from 2010 onwards.

SUZETTE METZ, Chair person

South West London and St George’s Mental Health Trust, Employment Officer

My name is Suzette Metz and I have several years of experience working with members of the public and in particular people with special needs. I joined the NHS in 2006. Prior to joining the Trust I had a long career as a civil servant in the Department of Works and Pensions. My last and most significant role there was as a Disability Employment Advisor with Jobcentre Plus. It was whilst in that role I became aware of the User Employment Programme (UEP) and what they do. Hence, when there was an opportunity to join the team I was keen to apply for the role of Employment Specialist. As an Employment Specialist it is my role to increase access to posts within the Trust for people with personal experience of mental ill-health.  This is achieved through a variety of ways: In the past I have helped support clients via work preparation courses which involved workshop facilitations and organising work experience for clients on the course to attend. Most of the work that I do is 1-1 work helping clients to develop their job search techniques and supporting them to sustain their employment in the Trust. I feel that a major part of my role is to have that belief for my clients even when they don’t have that belief in themselves  i.e. helping to apply for that job that they are unsure they can do and to look at reasonable adjustments to help them sustain employment. 

Cllr Ian Lewer

Deputy Mayor of Wandsworth

Ian Lewer
Deputy Mayor of Wandsworth
Chair of the Adult Services & Health OSC
Conservative Councillor for West Putney

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Zakeyah Swaby

Youth Worker

Zakeyah studied media and music technology in London and is currently working as a mentor/youth worker, creatively combining these elements to empower young people: to give them confidence, raise their self-esteem and help them to achieve.

Since 2002 Zakeyah has performed year after year in Mexico and has recorded with various artist worldwide including Europe, Mexico, U.S.A Jamaica, and Japan. 

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A2i Dyslexia contact details

Find us here

Caius House, 2 Holman Road, Battersea, London SW11 3RL 

(Landmark Pets at home)


Aspire2inspire Dyslexia CIC

(Not for profit Organisation)

Company number 10479373

07476 012 992

020 3818 6219 (Ext 3209)

Nominee from 22, 000 applications to 7th Catergories in the Community  Awards