EK Outreach Services is a SEND tuition service providing educational support to Local Authorities, Schools and Individuals. Our trained and dedicated staff are led by a skilled and experienced leadership team. We work with children and young people of any age, up to age of 25. Students can be taught at their homes, online or at our Outreach Centre in Manor House.
Our aim is to improve the learning outcomes of children and young people for whom education has been a challenge either through their SEND needs, SEMH needs, or other reasons which may prevent them from fully accessing education.
"We Just wanted to let you know that the session today went so well. He will be so lucky to be supported by such a lovely inspiring person. Thank you so much for putting yourself out to ensure that he has been provided with such first class support. We appreciate everything that you are doing for us."
"We are grateful for your great communication and continued support of our client. He has had a lot of changes in his life recently and we really appreciate your sensitivity and gentle approach to his education. Hopefully he will be more settled in the next term."
"As always it is a pleasure to work along side the team. I want to thank you and the office team for the Excellent support you’ve provided me throughout the term"
"If I can’t do the lesson that day my tutor changes it so I never feel stupid"
"My art time is the best – it’s where I can be free. "
"I enjoy my life skills lessons, my cooking is getting better, when I live alone I will be able to feed myself."
"My aim is to go to university – now I feel I can get there."
"I have enough qualifications to go to college and do the course I want."
"I never thought I would get a Level 2 in Maths – I’m proud of myself"
"My confidence comes from my mentor and well we work together"
Dayo has a varied background in education, including Feltham YOI, where he was Head of Education. Dayo has been an Ofsted inspector, visiting lecturer and university examiner and was a consultant to colleges. He is firmly committed to inclusion and has an MA in Inclusive Education.
Helen has worked in Special Educational Needs for over 20 years. She was a SENCO in a large secondary school in London, has managed an independent special needs organisation and been the head-teacher of an independent special school.
Natasha is Head of EK Outreach and has worked in Secondary education for over 17 years with experiences in colleges, as an Assistant Headteacher in a large secondary school and conducting independent work with local schools in both Hertfordshire and North London, advising on both Pastoral and Vocational Education and needs. She is committed to inclusion of all pupils no matter what their background, and has worked with students who are at risk of exclusion, those that have been temporarily or permanently excluded, school refusers, young offenders, those with emotional or behavioural difficulties and those who are SEN.
Annie is Family Liaison Officer at EK Outreach Services and has worked in both education and the youth service. She brings with her over 30 years’ experience of education. Much of this time was spent leading innovation in support for young people who find themselves outside of mainstream educational experiences. She has set up and run a number of alternative educational provisions, been a deputy and head in a Special school, created and run a Behaviour Support Team in a large London Borough and managed a special needs support service.