About Us

Our Approach

At Sensational Learning, we believe that the child who senses, experiences and is involved in their education is a child that truly learns.  We believe that every child has the right to the best education available, tailored and bespoke to their needs in order to achieve their potential.  However, this is not always possible all of the time in many mainstream schools.  For example, the mainstream phonics approach to reading will not be suitable for a Dyslexic child. Mainstream approaches to writing and assessment may not be suitable for a child with a hearing or visual impairment. This is often down to budget, staffing or resource difficulties faced by many schools in the current climate.  This can cause some anxiety for parents of SEND children, who have chosen to place their child in a mainstream environment, but who also want their child to have to the quality, one to one input they need in order to progress.



Sensational Learning addresses this gap by equipping our educators, parents and children with the tools and strategies to teach and learn effectively, both in an educational setting and at home.  We provide private tuition and parent workshops that are tailored to each child’s individual specific needs.

Our approach is holistic, working with the whole family, and child centred, focused around the activities and interests your child enjoys most.  In doing this, we create an environment where your child can flourish, irrespective of their individual and unique needs.


Teaching is our passion and making learning fun and engaging is at the core of our approach. Helping children to learn and achieve their potential is a vocation for us, not just a job.




Hannah Wright

Founder and Director (BSc, PGCE)

Hannah is a fully qualified teacher for children aged 3-11 years and has many years experience working as teacher and senior leader in schools.  She has worked in both mainstream and special needs schools across several boroughs, including London Boroughs of Redbridge and Havering, Essex and Southend-On-Sea. Hannah has experience of teaching children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Global Delay, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia.  She also has a specialism in Computing and is a lecturer at Forest Independent Primary Collegiate teaching Primary Computing on the PGCE Primary Education course.

Next Steps…

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