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Anna Renton-Green

Anna Renton-Green

Biography

Anna trained as a Specialist Dyslexia teacher in 2015 and since then has become an advocate for supporting dyslexic learners in the education system. In 2017 she joined the Teaching for Neurodiversity Project in an effort to bring to New Zealand schools the information, awareness and support needed by teachers to better help them to support their students. She tutors students privately and works with EIT supporting adult learners with dyslexia.

Anna is a Montessori-trained teacher, has an MA in Shakespeare Studies from the University of Birmingham, and a post-graduate OCR Level 5 SpLD Diploma. She holds Approved Practitioner Status with the British Dyslexia Association.

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