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Ginny is an educator with over 25 years in education as a classroom practitioner, SENCO and Headteacher. She is passionate for all things concerned with special educational needs. She has been published multiple times in The TES. She is an Associate of Undiscovered Country.

Do you want to improve relationships within your school setting? Be it for children, staff or parents? Please contact Ginny to find out simple strategies to promote positive interactions through a human, person based approach.

Are you a SENCO who needs to find more time in their day and work smarter? Ginny is a paperless SENCO. She can talk you through strategies to save time and help you work smarter.

Are home, school relationships strained? Are barriers up which are causing a strain on everyone. Ginny can talk you through ways to improve home, school relationships.

Ginny is working alongside  The University of Northampton and London Metropolitan University to help Trainee Teachers during their training in Special Schools.

She believes that building links between mainstream and special schools benefits everyone and is working with her local Special Needs school to improve home, school relationships.

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TALKS

Ginny loves to talk about her role as a SENCO and about her passion for empathy, kindness and trust. She wants to link her experiences to your experiences. She talks to a wide range of audiences and her words resonate long term with everyone she speaks to.
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ARTICLES

Ginny writes articles for a number of publications including TES. These embody her passion as a SENCO and the pivotal role empathy, kindness and trust play in everyday life. Readers say she writes from the heart and shows great authenticity.
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BLOGS

Ginny's blogs are an extension of her as a person. They show her thoughts and views through her deep rooted mantra of #followtheempathyroad.
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TESTIMONIALS

Ginny has worked with a variety of professionals who give a great insight into how she embodies #followtheempathyroad through everything she does.
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Ginny has written for TES for a year now, and she continues to produce articles that really challenge my thinking and that hopefully assist and challenge teachers too. She has a really valuable insight on SEND that we know teachers really value.

Jon Severs, Commissioning Editor TES

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