We’re delighted to announce a new range of support for learning services. Some of them, for example those related to SEN and to Study Skills, are open only to students of Wolsey Hall. They complement the work of our dedicated Tutor team in helping your child succeed in their studies.
Wolsey Hall support for learning services will enable your child to achieve their full potential as a learner. They are available for a modest fee.
Our Support for Learning Specialist has worked with a diverse range of students, many of whom needed support and specialist teaching due to: Dyslexia, ADHD, Mental Health Conditions and Autistic Spectrum Disorders.
Our Learning Support Manager has worked with many students who have, or suspect they may have, a difficulty with learning.
We can also help students with with specific medical conditions or disabilities.
Are you struggling to manage your studies? Do you need help in writing your assignments? Whether it relates to assignment work or revising for exams, this service is here to help you develop your skills.Find out more
Sometimes anxieties in relation to studying can cause stress and a feeling of being overwhelmed - which is often a factor in poor motivation. Our mentoring service can help you resolve these issues and achieve your full potential.Find out more
An initial telephone or Skype consultation with Michelle Mahoney, our Support for Learning Manager, is a good way to establish your needs and how we can help with your child's additional learning requirements.Book Initial Consultation
I must say enrolling Nicole at Wolsey Hall has been one of the best decisions we ever made. At school, Nicole's progress remained extremely limited due to lack of support with her learning difficulties. Since being at Wolsey, Nicole's English has come on leaps and bounds, from her spelling, to grammar, to organisation and formats of essays. The amount of time and support Nicole's tutors, Pat and Michelle have invested in Nicole has been fantastic. Nicole's academic knowledge and confidence has soared since being at Wolsey and I am extremely grateful to you all. (Nicole has segmatic pragmatic disorder high functioning autism, as well as suspected dyslexia).