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Lynda Kay

Senior Lecturer in Education (SEN/IS)

I am an experienced Class Teacher, SENCO and Specialist Advisory Teacher for SEN/D. I am passionate about improving outcomes for children with additional needs and supporting professionals in schools and settings in their work to achieve this. Chevron icon

Biography

I began my teaching career in 1984 in an inner city Birmingham Primary School. I have taught most age ranges across the primary age range in a variety of schools. In my last post, I was SENCo alongside my class teaching role and was part of the senior management team. In 2009, I started working as an Advisory Teacher for the Communication and Interaction Team (Autism Team) for Gloucestershire County Council. I have also worked as a Lead Teacher for Gloucestershire’s Achievement for All team during the national pilot in 2009.

Qualifications

  • MEd: Inclusive Education, University of Gloucestershire, 2009
  • PGCE: Language and Communication Impairment in Children, University of Sheffield, 2011

Membership of professional bodies

Member of the working party for NASENCo

Associate Member of the British Dyslexia Association (AMBDA)

Teaching & Research

Teaching

NASENCO Award

Inclusive Education / SEN

Research

Language and Communication Impairment in Children

Emotional Awareness and Emotional Literacy

Behaviour

Inclusion / SEN.

Tensions and opportunities in the relationship between assessment design at Masters level and the school improvement agenda

Publications

More publications from Lynda Kay can be found in the Research Repository.