The Unicornmaths Studio is run by Sarah Wedderburn and three qualified Special Needs teachers, resulting in a high level of learning support and mathematical expertise. Pupils with maths difficulties are taught on a one-to-one basis so that lessons are tailor made for the individual child. Tutors work to boost their pupils’ confidence and extend their knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of maths.

The Unicornmaths Studio is based at 87 Howards Lane, Putney, London SW15 6NZ.
Hourly sessions run from 8.00–10.00 am and 4.00–7.00pm and cater for children from Key Stage 1 to GCSE and IGCSE.

For more information please contact:

Sarah Wedderburn
T: 020 8789 8501
sarahwedderburn@unicornmaths.com

The Team

Sarah Wedderburn originally qualified as a primary school teacher and taught in a mainstream school. She gained an RSA Diploma in Special Needs from The Hornsby Dyslexia Centre in 1997 and continued to work there as a tutor and lecturer at the same time as teaching in the special needs department at The Roche School in Wandsworth. She founded Unicornmaths in 2003 and also wrote and presented the British Dyslexia Association’s first accredited maths remediation training course. Sarah currently teaches at the Unicornmaths Studio, is the writer and presenter of two maths remediation training courses for teachers and TAs, and the author of the ebook ‘Prepare Your Child for Success with Maths’.

Susan Bennett holds a BSc and an MA in Physics. Prior to teaching she was a director of a company which specialised in computer training and conferences. She qualified as a Secondary School Maths teacher in 2004 and has been teaching maths full time since then at Burntwood School in Earlsfield. Her eldest son has cerebral palsy which has given her valuable insight into children with learning difficulties. Sue joined the Unicornmaths Studio in September 2008.

Olivia Hill was a BBC TV Producer until 1993 when her son was diagnosed with High Functioning Autism. She then ran an ABA programme for him for two years, transferring it with him to his primary school – The Roche School in Wandsworth. She stayed as his Learning Support Assistant for four years before training as a Dyscalculia specialist. Olivia works in the Learning Support unit at the Roche School as well as teaching at the Unicornmaths Studio.

Karen Trott qualified as a Dyslexia Therapist in 2004 having supported her own dyslexic and dyspraxic son for many years. She teaches at the Unicornmaths Studio and at the Learning Support Unit of Prospect House School in Putney, teaching numeracy and literacy.