Maria Ramsey

Teacher, Staff Governor and SLE
Carwarden House Community School

Maria is a sixth form teacher and SLE at Carwarden House Community School. Carwarden House is a special school for students between the ages of 11 and 19 with a statement or Education, Health & Care Plan of special educational needs. Carwarden’s students have a wide range of needs including moderate learning difficulties, autism, Down syndrome, speech, language and communication needs and other conditions associated with learning difficulties. She is passionate about supporting children and young people to fulfil their potential to achieve both in and outside the classroom environment. Maria fiercely believes that everyone has a right to independence in future life and promotes life skills and interventions to mainstream partnership schools. Part of Maria’s work at Carwarden is to assist with its outreach service to local mainstream schools and is an SLE. Maria is the lead teacher in Carwarden’s successful collaboration with an independent school which has resulted in a TES award this academic year. She considers research in education essential and encourages the use of appropriate use of interventions in the classroom in the promotion of access for all in her classroom.

Maria Ramsey will be speaking at:

Teacher Panel: Why being brave is important

2017/02/16 14:15 - 15:15

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