About Dr sarah Moseley
I have spent over 30 years in education working in many different roles from teaching assistant to mainstream class teacher, senior leader within several special needs schools, Headteacher of an all-age special needs school and finally an independent consultant. Alongside the practitioner roles in my spare time, I spent nearly 20 years as a researcher. I completed a master's degree, a PhD in Special Education, presented nationally/internationally at conferences and became a published author of my research. I have just written a book on the teaching of reading to all learners, due in March! I am passionate about making a positive difference to the lives, attitudes and outcomes of those who may struggle to learn. I have learnt that it is only through a change in the culture of the adults that we can really make a difference to the opportunities for all children and young adults.
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Good evening my name is Sarah Moseley and I'm an independent consultant with a passion for making a difference to all learners. I have been working in Education for over 30 years initially as a teaching assistant within special schools, moving into teaching within mainstream primary schools and finally over 20 years within special schools. I have taught, led, managed and led individual organisations and trusts with a focus on supporting the most vulnerable learners to achieve. I am passionate about inclusion and removing barriers for all learners. I currently advise, support, train and work with schools, families and organisations to develop strategies, knowledge and understanding of how to continue to raise outcomes for all. I love to network, research and find out more about what others do so please get in touch. I am a bit of a nerd when it comes to information and will always support where I can finding out how, why and what may help!