Steve Brown has worked in mainstream and specialist settings in the UK and Australia.
He specialises in SEND and has worked in outreach advisory services for Autism and SEMH. He was the Care & Control Co-ordinator for Birmingham City Council for 4 years and worked as an adviser for their Autism Team for 9 years prior to that.
He has worked from pre-school to post 16 and also been very successful in supporting parents and families.
He has been a Team Teach Tutor for over 16 years and also writes and delivers training on a range of subjects.
Steve is a trained Person Centred Review Facilitator
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Steve is an accredited member of the Society of Educational Consultants and
Steve is a member (MICM) of the Conflict Management industry’s governing body – The Institute of Conflict Management
He holds a Senior licence to deliver Team Teach Birmingham Walsall Dudley Solihull
Andrea Moore has worked in Birmingham Schools across the city for 26 years.
She specialises in SEND and has an interest in language difficulties, Tic Disorders and autism. She has worked in an advisory role for over 16 years. The work included parent groups, assessing students and advising as well as writing and delivering training in a range of subjects. Recently she has been supporting schools with SEN Coordination.
Recently she has worked as an Interim SENDCo and Team Lead in a Speech and Language Dept in a specialist setting, as well as continuing to offer advice to Senco's on their strategic role and of course working with staff, pupils and parents.
Andrea is :
a qualified SENCo
a registered ICAN Talkboost KS2 and Primary Talk Trainer
a trained Person Centred Review Facilitator
Andrea is an accredited member of the Society of Educational Consultants
CBT trained to NCFE Level 4 equivalent - OCN
Currently completing a post graduate certificate in SpLD (Dyslexia)
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Michelle Bentley, SEMH Advisor.
Michelle has worked in education for over 20 years; since 2001 she has held a variety of roles supporting Children in Care via Birmingham Virtual School (previously Looked After Children Education Service). She was an Education Advisor at the latter end of her career with Virtual School.
Throughout her education career she has supported children, from Early Years to Post 16, in academic progress and social & emotional development, as well as supporting staff to understand the SEMH needs of the children they are teaching. She has delivered training to school staff in de-escalation strategies, Emotion Coaching and Attachment Awareness.
Over the last 8 years she has also advised and delivered training regarding Pupil Premium Plus, Children Placed for Adoption and Post-LAC children.
She is an Advanced Team Teach Tutor and is currently completing a Counselling Diploma.
Michelle is currently offering 1:1 sessions for pupils with academic, SEN and SEMH needs, as well as support sessions for school staff to assist in further understanding the SEMH needs of their pupils.