Episode 22 – Working as a dyslexic primary teacher to proving 1 to 1 tuition with Cassandra Rollett-May

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In the episode of The Dyslexia Life Hacks Show, Matt is talks to Cassandra Rollett-May who runs Rollett Ed, that provides one to one support for 6- to 13-year-olds in maths and literacy. Cassandra had a dream to be a teacher from a young age, having set her sights on this goal she had to take a longer route through the education system before qualifying as a school teacher. In the podcast we talk about her time as a teacher and some of the challenges she faces being a teacher and dyslexic. Working as a SENCO teacher and her thoughts on the benefits of being a dyslexic in the that position. 

In this podcast we talk about her education business what her process and techniques she uses. Sometimes the parents need as much guidance and support as the children. 

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