My name is Sue Kerrigan and I am the founder of Let Me Learn where I design and create Dyslexia Friendly resources that help all children learn more effectively.
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I was a teacher and tutor for 12 years teaching children with learning differences, just like me – I am dyslexic. That was before I had my gorgeous son Oliver who is now 2. I worked with dyslexic, dyspraxic and dyscalculic children at Chiltern Tutorial School in Otterbourne, Hampshire.
As for my own education I didn’t start excelling until I got to University as a mature student on a course that was very hands-on (multi-sensory). I never read a single book (I dipped into a few but reading and comprehension are where my difficulties lie). Mainly I asked a lot of questions and achieved a First Class Honours Degree.
I see time and time again that the best way for any child (or adult) to learn effectively is when they’re having fun. Education is essential for a fulfilled life and the process of gaining that education must be fun and enjoyable because that is the best and easiest way for anyone to learn.
So here at Let Me Learn I research, design and produce my own maths games and resource packs so ALL children can learn. Repetition is so important for children who are struggling with learning – over learning is essential. This is why my games are all about ‘fun learning and repetition without boredom’. Bulldog Letter Reversals, my first product is a classic example of this ethos, just read the reviews 🙂
I test all of my products before I put them in my shop to ensure that they will be fun. My products are tested by school children and teachers, home educators, parents and private tutors.
I like to ensure that you are happy with your purchase and your children enjoy learning (that is why I offer an unconditional 14 day money back guarantee to allow you time to ensure you are completely satisfied with your purchase)
I have a blog where I share my experience, ideas and resources with you. You can join my free newsletter (plus get your free gift) to stay up to date with what I’m writing about on the blog and dyslexia and dyscalculia news. I’m also on Facebook and Twitter.
Currently I am supporting The School Bus Project who are converting buses into mobile schools that will provide vital support for the refugees trapped in Calais and across Europe. My maths games have no words – that makes them accessible for children of all langauges.
I’m a Committee Member for Hampshire Dyslexia Association where I help raise awareness of dyslexia in Hampshire and The Isle of Wight. In 2012 I undertook an epic adventure cycling 212 miles on my bicycle raising funds and awareness of dyslexia on behalf of the Hampshire and British Dyslexia Association you can read more about that here.
Please contact me if you have any queries or questions using the form below, I look forward to hearing from you.