Cookies on Helen Arkell

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on the Helen Arkell website. However, if you would like to, you can change your cookie settings at any time.

Sue Morgan

Sue Morgan, BSc, Dip OCR (SpLD), SpLD APC

Sue Morgan works at HADC as a Helen Arkell Specialist Assessor, usually assessing children and young people up to the age of 16 years.  

Sue first arrived at HADC in 2009, interested in finding out more about dyslexia as two of her children had been diagnosed as dyslexic and their difficulties were becoming more apparent at secondary school.  She loved her introductory course and qualified as a Specialist Teacher and Assessor just over two years later, becoming the overall prizewinner in her year and receiving a distinction from Helen Arkell for her excellence of work throughout the course.  She was delighted to be asked to come back as a HASA as it meant she did not have to say goodbye.  

Sue also works three days a week at a girls’ secondary school, supporting dyslexic and dyspraxic girls with study skills and aspects of the curriculum, and dealing with access arrangements.  Since she has been there she has enjoyed developing multisensory resources for a number of different subjects to improve the girls’ understanding and help with revision.  Chemistry and French verbs are areas where girls often ask for support, but perhaps Sue’s greatest challenge was helping someone to learn Mandarin!

 

Website by Dewsign  |  UI Design by Sam Barclay

Registered in England No. 3432423 Registered Charity No. 1064646