Working with you to support your child's literacy.

Clinical quality, evidence-based, reading, writing and spelling instruction in Kyneton and surrounds. 

Practical, tailored support for parents.

Mutisensory Structured Language (MSL).  Associate Member Australian Dyslexia Association (AMADA).

What we offer.

One-to-One Instruction for Children

Online Tutoring

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For Children

If your child is finding reading, writing or spelling challenging, we can help with one-to-one sessions tailored to your child's needs. 

We provide clinical quality, evidence-based literacy instruction for primary and lower-secondary aged children.

We specialise in helping children with Specific Learning Disorders (dyslexia and dysgraphia) and Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). We support children in mainstream schools and in homeschooling contexts.

We run individualised programs based on Multisensory Orton-Gillingham principles. These principles are widely recognised by organisations such as the Australian Dyslexia Association, Learning Difficulties Australia and Dyslexia Victoria Support as being best practice for teaching children with learning difficulties. 

Our instructors are trained in Mulitsensory Structured Language (MSL) and are accredited as Associate Members of the Australian Dyslexia Association (AMADA) as well as being experienced, registered teachers.

Sessions are held once or twice per week during term time, face-to-face at an agreed location or online.

We are based in Kyneton, in the Daylesford-Macedon Ranges region of Victoria, Australia.

Prices include one 50 minute session per week, travel, preparation, home revision materials, progress reports and most resources. 

Meetings with schools and letters/reports for allied health professionals have an additional fee.

Contact us to discuss specialist literacy instrution and tutoring: 

For Parents

We provide support to parents of our students through:

We support other interested parents through:

For Schools

We provide consultancy to schools to help them implement practices based on the Science of Reading. 

If you are implementing a Systematic Synthetic Phonics program already, or just want to know where to start,  we can help with advice, coaching, training, professional development and support.