The Learning Support department provides specialist teaching to support pupils with a variety of learning difficulties, through individualised intervention and personalised target setting.
Our team of qualified Learning Support teachers work one-to-one with pupils and alongside staff to enable these students to maximize their potential, and ensure they achieve success.
Head of Learning Support
PGCE Middlesex University, SENCO
PCGE Maths Support, Central Sussex College
Natalie Osborne has teaching experience with students of all ages. She loves learning languages, reading, horse riding, skiing, ice-skating, and meeting new people.
“All children, given the right environment and encouragement, can flourish and reach their potential,” she explains. “Education should be about creating a framework for critical thinking and holistic development.”
Learning Support teacher
For Jane Kan, Learning Support Teacher and Prep Form Tutor, nothing beats living in the mountains. “I feel privileged to be in a stunning environment working with such wonderful staff and students,” she says. “Every day is different and full of surprises, which makes teaching so great.” She also enjoys “travelling, cooking, eating, running (very slowly) and playing badminton".
BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences, Plymouth
PGCE Upper Primary, Lancaster
Mrs Ligertwood has a BSc(Hons) degree, PGCE certification, and specialist qualifications in dyslexia and literacy, and has also spent four years teaching Outdoor Education in Scotland, and coaching the Great Britain ladies' ski team at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Alaska. At Aiglon, Mrs Ligertwood works with students across all age groups who find their studies a challenge. “It is so rewarding helping young people discover tools they can use to help them succeed,” she says.