SEN Dyslexia Tuition

Westcountry SEN is an educational service in Dorset that breaks down the barriers to education and ultimately unlocks the learner’s potential using SEN tutors. Experts in dyslexia maths.

SEN Tuition

We provide SEN & dyslexia courses and tuition in your home, in our Blandford or Shaftesbury centres, Dorset or globally online.

Online training

Our online SEN and dyslexia courses are designed for educators, parents and anyone who has a professional interest.


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Our subjects

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English Language

English Literature





Revision & Exams

Computer science





SATs 11+ 13+


Online SEN training

Our online training special educational needs and dyslexia tuition courses are written and designed by professionals in education, psychology and counselling. They are designed for educators, parents and anyone working with children.

Whether you are looking to understand more, become an SEN tutor or to improve your tutoring skills. Our SEN courses can take you to where you want to go.

About Westcountry SEN

Westcountry SEN is an educational service that strives to break down all barriers to learning with SEN tuition and dyslexia courses and training. Whether these barriers are; Cognitive (e.g. dyslexia, dyspraxia or spectrum related); Emotional (e.g., fear of failure, fear of success or maths phobia); Or low confidence and lack of self-belief. We will help you break these barriers down and build strong lifelong foundations for all academic journeys with experienced Dorset SEN tuition.

We know our story, we know our purpose and we know how to make lifelong changes in education.

Let us help you make the same changes in yours or your child’s educational story and help you to unlock that potential with SEN and dyslexia tuition.

“Though the barriers of life seem formidable, we find when we challenge them that they have no will.” Robert Breault

Student stories

Pippa and her team are amazing. Their kind, caring approach and knowledge helps children to realise their potential and build confidence. This sets them up to be the best that they can be. Highly recommend going to meet them and seeing what they offer.

Mrs Tabour, Yeovil


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