Natasha initially re-trained with HADC in 2014 when she enrolled on the Level 3 Teaching Assistants course to develop her work in this area and to better understand how to support her son with his dyslexia. The training inspired her to go on to complete both the Level 7 and AMBDA qualifications, enabling her to assess learners with Specific Learning Difficulties (including dyslexia). Natasha Fuller works at HADC as our National Tutoring Partnership Mentor; supporting SpLD Tutors across the country as part of HADC’s collaboration with this Government initiative to support disadvantaged students. She is also a Specialist Teacher/Assessor.
Natasha has a wealth of experience working with students in KS3/4/5. Initially in a large mainstream school, then working for four years in a specialist setting for students with SpLDs (dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia) Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) and ASD, ADHD profiles. She has a particular interest in supporting students in preparation for their public examinations. She has experience of supporting GCSE/A Level and Functional Skills studies across a wide range of subjects.
Natasha believes in empowering learners with skills to achieve their full potential, helping them navigate the complexities of Assistive Technology and Access Arrangements for Public Examinations.